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Purdue Grabs In-State Verbals From Reagan Mattice and Grace Lux

Reagan Mattice of Zionsville, Indiana and Grace Lux of Fortville, Indiana have announced their verbal commitments to Purdue as members of their class of 2022. Current photo via Reagan Mattice/Grace Lux. Fitter and Faster Swim Camps is the proud sponsor of SwimSwam’s College Recruiting Channel and all commitment news. For...
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Big entry for Music City GP portends future growth

At 27 cars, the Music City Grand Prix has all the appeal of a throwback IndyCar race where pit lane, the paddock, and the grid were packed with an incredible number of entries. It’s been nearly a decade since the NTT IndyCar Series had 27 or more cars to deal...
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Michigan basketball: More great news is on the horizon

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - MARCH 22: Head coach Juwan Howard of the Michigan Wolverines celebrates after a win over the LSU Tigers in the NCAA Basketball Tournament second round at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 22, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) More good news is going to...
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Michigan Basketball: Analyzing Tarris Reed’s commitment to Wolverines

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - MARCH 22: Head coach Juwan Howard of the Michigan Wolverines reacts after beating the LSU Tigers in the second round game of the 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 22, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) Michigan basketball has...
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Indiana Football: Mike Penix named on Manning Award Watch List

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - JULY 23: Michael Penix Jr. of the Indiana Hoosiers speaks during the Big Ten Football Media Days at Lucas Oil Stadium on July 23, 2021 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Michael Hickey/Getty Images) The Hoosiers’ QB is set to have a big season. The Indiana Hoosiers are...
Indianapolis, INchatsports.com

IU Football Lands at #17 on ESPN Preseason Poll

Jul 23, 2021; Indianapolis, Indiana, USA; Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen speaks to the media during Big 10 media days at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Goddin-USA TODAY Sports. The Hoosiers have higher expectations than ever before going into 2021. Tom Allen has built up a foundation and...
Johnson County, INdailyjournal.net

Boys cross country preview

For each of the last three cross country seasons, boys in Johnson County were racing for second place just about every time out. Will Jefferson was That Guy, a pretty safe bet to score just one point in almost every meet between the season opener and the regional. Whiteland’s star...
Waldron, INShelbyville News

Engelbert ready for new challenge with Mohawks

It started with an unexpected phone call. Now, Alex Engelbert is in Waldron with a new job. Engelbert, a 2010 Columbus East graduate, never thought about a career as an athletic director – until his phone started to ring one day. A former teacher at Columbus North, Engelbert was asked if he would be interested in applying for the athletic director position at Columbus Central Middle School. He was.
Indianapolis, INhoosierhuddle.com

IU DB Marcelino Ball 'Finna Have Fun' in 2021

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle) Sixth-year senior defensive back Marcelino Ball has found perspective at the ripe old age of 22. The Hoosier veteran has had a change of attitude after a knee injury knocked him out of the 2020 season in fall camp. An injury that left him to hobble up his apartment stairs and change his outlook on the game of football and his college experience.
Indianapolis, INWISH-TV

Classic tales from Peyton Manning’s high school coach

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Tony Reginelli and Peyton Manning walked off the field in defeat. The 1993 Louisiana Class 2A regional state playoffs marked the end of an era for Isidore Newman Greenies football and the start of one of the most remarkable journeys the sport will ever witness. Coach Reginelli,...
Shelby County, INShelbyville News

Open for learning: Golden Bears head back to class

Principal Deryck Ramey was busy running around helping faculty members Wednesday morning a few hours after Hendricks Elementary School opened its doors to students. He did so with an enthusiasm that, while normally seen on the first day of school, might have been expressed a little extra considering the circumstances.
Indianapolis, INchatsports.com

Report drills NCAA on equity, recommends combined Final Four for men and women

National Collegiate Athletic Association, NCAA Division I, NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, Final four, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Geno Auriemma, Indianapolis, Mark Emmert. The NCAA has fallen short of upholding its commitment to gender equity by prioritizing its cash cow Division I men's basketball tournament “over everything else,” according a...
Indianapolis, INhoosierhuddle.com

2021 Countdown to Kickoff: 31 Days (Bryant Fitzgerald)

31 days remain until kickoff of the 2021 IU football season. The Hoosiers will kick off the season against Iowa on Sept. 4th. Make sure to keep checking the Hoosier Huddle website each day for a new player in the 100-day countdown. The 31st player is red-shirt senior Bryant Fitzgerald.
Indianapolis, INfirefighternation.com

Chikerotis: Slow the Game Down and Play Big

At the FDIC International 2021 Opening Ceremony Day 1, Deputy District Chief (Ret.) Steve Chikerotis from the Chicago (IL) Fire Department spoke to a standing-room-only crowd in Indianapolis on “Slow the Game Down and Play Big”:. “Today’s talk is about three things: enhancing the health, success, and happiness of the...
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Two coaches added to Purdue football staff

Purdue football added two new members to it's coaching staff: quality control David Elson and director of player development Mel Mills. “I’m very pleased to have these two outstanding individuals join the staff,” head coach Jeff Brohm said in a Purdue Athletics press release. “They fit perfectly with our desire to bring in not only outstanding football minds, but people of high character, as well. I know they will work well with our student athletes and staff.”