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It’s hard to keep track of the number of miscues that come out of the NFL office in New York City. After all, you have a commissioner who basically serves at the whim of a consortium of fat cat billionaires and can ride herd on the players with no fear of repercussion, other than the somewha…

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The Colts’ slot cornerback Kenny Moore II made headlines in June, but it wasn’t because of a great play on the field. Instead, a story of Moore’s actions off the field around Thanksgiving 2017 went viral. 

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When Jackson State University and Kentucky State University meet at this year’s Circle City Classic Sept. 28, it will be a metaphorical David and Goliath matchup as Division II Kentucky State takes on the much larger Division I Jackson State.

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It’s been a 15-year hiatus, but the NTT IndyCar Series will return this weekend to Laguna Seca, with both drama and uncertainty surrounding the final race of the season, which will determine the series champion, and hopefully rekindle relations between the premier open wheel series in North …

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There was a time when Mo Alie-Cox was a defensive nightmare. He had his own chant — “Mo says no!” — that would ring through the Siegel Center on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University. In his 2015-16 redshirt junior season, Alie-Cox led the Athletic 10 Conference in blocks and set a …

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Growing up in Lawrenceburg, a town tucked into Indiana’s southeast border corner with Ohio and Kentucky, J.R. Todd was about two hours away from some of the best racing you could find anywhere in the country. He went with his parents to Brownsburg, just west of Indianapolis, to watch the Nat…

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I really like Andrew Luck. He’s polite, interesting and certainly a world class quarterback. There can be no question about his patience as well, as he has tolerated this Jimmy Olsen wannabe for some time now, and not just at Lucas Oil Stadium or the Colts complex. I’ve had chance encounters…

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The smile is still the same, and his unmistakably razor sharp wit is clearly intact. Just 64 years young, he remains on top of his game, which is, and will always be, holding the throttle wide open on any race car he drives. Yes, William Theodore Ribbs Jr. is still one helluva story, and wit…

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Willy T. Ribbs is one of those names fans of Black trailblazers in sports should know. He was the first African American man to test a Formula One car in 1986. He was the first African American to qualify for the Indianapolis 500 in 1991. Ribbs faced racism — which he learned to have some fu…

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We’ve reached the time of the year that many of you look forward to with great optimism. Yes, NFL training camps open this week, and your Indianapolis Colts will crank it up on July 25 in Westfield as they begin the process of fielding a team that some pundits feel has championship potential…

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Reese Taylor was the man at Ben Davis High School. He was faster, smarter, just plain better than pretty much everyone else on the field. He was a star quarterback, leading the Giants as a senior in 2017 to an undefeated season that culminated in a state championship. Taylor, getting ready f…

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The NBA draft is hardly an applied science. There are all sorts of variables, including the dilemma of having to choose between a player you didn’t think would be available when your pick rolls around and the guy you targeted going into the process. The second-guessing from those who know ve…