Tag Archives: Jim Irsay

Paying off a radio bet will render me a moronic Billy Idol/Pony Boy lookalike
October 28, 2015

by Kent Sterling When a talk radio host where I worked made some inane and ill-conceived on-air bet, I always forced them to follow thru. It wasn’t fair to tease listeners and not pay off, so whatever the harebrained threat was, it was done. If I refuse to pay a similar bet now that I’m […]

Indianapolis Colts show a pulse with seven minutes left in Nashville
September 28, 2015

by Kent Sterling The obituaries were being written, and reporters were ready to pronounce the Indianapolis Colts dead for 2015. Behind 27-14 in Nashville as the clock ticked under seven minutes to play, the Colts awakened with a fury unseen since the startling comeback win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 wild card […]

Indy Star’s Bob Kravitz on Jim Irsay’s struggles with addiction
June 22, 2014

by Kent Sterling Bob Kravitz is one of my favorite columnists for the same reason I enjoy him as a friend – he is always openminded in his relentless pursuit of the truth, and is always willing to acknowledge when he does not know something. A lot of guys try to make it up as […]

Peyton Manning’s Return Happy for Indianapolis Colts Fans as Colts Triumph 39-33
October 21, 2013

by Kent Sterling Tonight, Colts fans hoped they would be able to salute their hero, and watch the Colts pull the upset in a game that lived up to the hype.  Check and check. Ill-timed Broncos turnovers and penalties doomed the previously undefeated Broncos to their first defeat.  The 39-33 score doesn’t tell the story […]

Indianapolis Colts – Five Keys to Beating Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos
October 17, 2013

by Kent Sterling On Sunday night, the Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts will actually play some football.  The hyperbole and weirdness of this strange week will be over, and football skills will finally trump verbal clumsiness Bill Polian/Jim Irsay) or brilliance (Peyton Manning/Andrew Luck). There will be those who say that the toughest part of […]