Time for Colts fans to admit defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus blitzes just the right amount!

November 23, 2020

Colts defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus takes more undeserved blows than Galveston and New Orleans during hurricane season. The Colts defense is ranked comfortably among the NFL’s top five.  Colts owner Jim Irsay called Eberflus’s crew “the best Colts defense since 1995.”  They are the primary reason for the AFC South leading 7-3 record. But fans are furious Eberflus doesn’t […]

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Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein leaving without regrets or drama

November 17, 2020

Cubs president Theo Epstein is leaving the team on Friday, and there is a lot of chatter about what nefariousness occurred to cause this change at the top of the franchise’s front office. The answer appears to be that Epstein is leaving because the time has come.  It’s simple as that. Sometimes the most least […]

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Entire March Madness could be – and should be – coming to Indianapolis!

November 16, 2020

March Madness, Indy-ed! A perfect storm of COVID spread, enthusiasm for college basketball, and a plethora of facilities will give the City of Indianapolis an NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament to remember forever, if the NCAA pulls the trigger on plans to hold all rounds of the NCAA Tournament where only the Final Four was originally scheduled. Logistics for […]

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Paul Hornung dies – Louisville loses a friend, icon, and rogue

November 13, 2020

Paul Hornung died today, and his hometown of Louisville became less fun. ESPN will spend some time on Sportscenter eulogizing Hornung as Notre Dame’s Golden Boy and Vince Lombardi’s whipping boy.  Louisvillians will mourn him differently. Sure, he won NFL Championships with the Packers and the Heisman Trophy at Notre Dame, but he was the […]

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