1. Peyton Manning's Saga: The First True Test of the Indianapolis Colts Fanbase

    When I was born in Indianapolis, the Colts played in Baltimore , Bob Irsay had not rented any vans and Peyton Manning was just a football player's son and not the star of one-third of all commercials...

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  2. Cincinnati Bengals' Playoff Hopes Rest with the 'Red Rifle,' Andy Dalton

    A good friend of mine and longtime Bengals fan spoke to me last night about watching Carson Palmer make his first throw in the Silver and Black. He was unsure if he would root for their former franchise quarterback or against him...

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  3. A Refreshing Day in Tampa

    Senator Barack Obama held a rally in Tampa Bay today, and some members of the heading-to-the-series Rays joined him onstage. It was a fitting moment, and Sen. Obama's moniker of "change" took on dual meanings...

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  4. Playing in The Shadows: Indiana University Plays Football, WKU Only Spectators

    "Does what God say ever change his mind...when the president talks to God?" Bright Eyes The long drive to Bloomington, IN from Lexington, KY lends itself effortlessly to long thought...

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  5. The Obligatory LIVE Draft Column

    Adding to an already massive file of draft articles, I've decided to come out of seclusion to speak on some of these selections...

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  6. Indiana Basketball: The Fall of Kelvin Sampson

    This morning Indiana University announced that the NCAA sent them five major rule infractions in addition to what IU's own investigation found last fall...

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  7. The Bob Knight Problem

    Not one for conventional thinking, Robert Montgomery Knight stepped down as head coach of Texas Tech University last week with 10 games remaining in the regular season...

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  8. Big Ten Race for Conference Supremacy Heats Up, Nation Unimpressed

    It is nearly February and the Big Ten's best remain untested in conference play. That is slated to change however, as co-leader No...

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