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Watching our local community react to the global pandemic that is COVID-19 has been difficult to say the least. The concern for our own personal health, coupled with the financial uncertainty, is indeed overwhelming to all. As a self-confessed sports junkie, reality set in pretty quickly rec…

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When the Indianapolis Arena Enforcers, a minor league football team, play their first game in the Indiana Farmers Coliseum later this month, it will be the first time football has been played in the historic building. 

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Being a longtime sports fanatic, as well as a co-host of on an upstart sports podcast, I was instantly overwhelmed with sadness upon hearing about the tragic death of Kobe Bryant. It’s that side of media, that I personally loathe covering. If you savvy yourself to be a know-it-all, as I do, …

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I will readily admit I’ve been openly critical of Myles Christian Turner. Part of that is looking at the talent and athleticism he possesses and asking why he can’t consistently apply it on the floor as one would assume he could, and then pondering why he doesn’t look to be a force in the po…

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Like most open-wheel racing enthusiasts, I was pleased when the Hulman George family elected to sell the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (IMS) to the most powerful man in motor sports. After all, the Indianapolis 500 has been Roger Penske’s personal playground for decades, and his dominance as a…

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The tragic passing of Kobe Bryant made me think of when I fully realized just how special he was as a player. As an NBA junkie l remember it very well. The Indiana Pacers, by virtue of defeating the New York Knicks in the Eastern Conference Championship round, had finally arrived in the 2000…

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It’s been a year now since Victor Oladipo suffered a ruptured quadricep tendon in his right knee, and everyone continues to speculate when he will be ready to return to the court. In an interview with Stadium’s Shams Charania earlier this month, the seventh-year guard stated he was targeting…

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She wasn’t the tallest student to walk into Providence Star Martial Arts on a recent evening for class. She wasn’t the fastest either, usually finishing third or fourth in sprints to the wall and back.

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It’s hard to believe 2020 is upon us, so let’s take a look at what yours truly thought were the five biggest Indiana sports stories of this past decade. (Feel free to chime in to the contrary and email me yours.)

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When I was a kid (heck l still am) l wanted everything under the sun for Christmas, and my beloved parents always made sure Santa was generous to me and my younger brother. As time went on I learned that giving was really a lot more fun than receiving, so I thought I’d take a stab and hand o…

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I remember it very well. Back in July, I had the audacity to predict a rather average year for the Indianapolis Colts. The emails saying “everyone knows you’re an idiot” began to funnel in, and even a few sports radio talking heads took a few shots at yours truly.