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Not quite hysteria

Hey, Hoosiers know what's important in life:

Indiana still boasts 12 of the nation’s 13 largest high school gyms. That is one reason people continue to romanticize the state’s relationship to basketball.

Posted in: Hoosier lore, Sports

Fall guy

If tolerance of gays gets our troops killed by jihadists, and our generally wicked ways can cause hurricanes, I guess a little football karma isn't out of the question in the wrath-of-God department:

Televangelist Pat Robertson is not happy with the Broncos shipping out Tim Tebow. So unhappy that he's wishing Peyton Manning bad karma.


Talk about landing on your feet after getting fired:


The Denver Broncos have a new quarterback and his name is Peyton Manning. Team owner Pat Bowlen along with VP John Elway introduced Manning at a Tuesday afternoon press conference.

Peyton pick

Really? They'll trade their good quarterback at the very beginning of his career so they can get someone with only two or three good years left?

Stay calm, please

Posted in: Hoosier lore, Sports

Peyton place

So, Peyton Manning and the Colts are parting company. We all knew it was coming, and the Colts won't be as much fun to watch while they're in rebuilding mode. The most interesting part to me is the what's-next-for-Manning question:

How will Manning's final chapter play out?

Posted in: Hoosier lore, Sports, TV

The fix is out

I know anybody can sue anybody else for absolutely anything. Still, someone who would bring a suit like this has some balls:

Posted in: Hoosier lore, Sports

Super Bowl bust out

When everybody was gushing about all the effects from the Super Bowl that would spread out all over Indiana, this probably wasn't what they were thinking of, huh?


That epicenter was the Super Bowl which took place in Indianapolis on February 4th.
Since then, there have been 13 reported cases of measles.

Dr. Bohlin said patients won't see symptoms for about 7 to 14 days after they are infected.

Team spirit

Posted in: Hoosier lore, Sports

Don't mess with football

Gee, do ya think?

Labor activists are deciding whether to go ahead with protests that could include Teamsters clogging city streets with trucks and electricians staging a slowdown at the convention center site of the NFL village. What's holding them back is a fear the effort could create a backlash from those who think sports and politics don't mix.