Tag Archives: Bob Kravitz

Grades Are in for Indystar.com’s First “Pat McAfee Show”
September 4, 2013

by Kent Sterling In terms a punter would understand, the first Pat McAfee Show was a towering kick that resulted in a fair catch at the 12 yard line.  There is room for improvement, but for a first effort, pinning the opponent inside their own five was not a realistic goal. Putting together a show […]

Indianapolis Colts Receiver Marvin Harrison’s Speech Will Have to Wait
August 10, 2013

by Kent Sterling Retired Indianapolis Colts receiver Marvin Harrison will be a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and be forced to speak in public, a task he will loathe more than dropping a sure touchdown pass thrown by longtime partner in crime Peyton Manning, but that will have to wait at least […]

Mike Wells Leaving Indy Star for ESPN – Lots of Seats to Fill at the Star
July 28, 2013

by Kent Sterling Former Indiana Pacers beat reporter and briefly the new lead Colts guy Mike Wells, will begin work covering the Colts for ESPN on August 5th.  Terry Hutchens is gone as the Indiana University beat reporter, and Wells former spot on the Pacers beat is being manned by Michael Pointer on an interim […]

Indy Star Sports Moving in the Right Direction with ‘Pat McAfee Show’
July 12, 2013

by Kent Sterling “It’s all about content, dumbasses,” is what I shout on a daily basis to people in the media.  The delivery system is entirely beside the point.  Unique content is everything. I’m sure there were and are people at the Indianapolis Star who are wondering what the hell a bunch of ink stained […]