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December 9 Richmond boys vs. Marion…………………..8:00
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL'S BEST GAMES: 1989 AUBURN 10 FLORIDA 7
TONY DUNGY'S UNCOMMON MOMENTS
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The No. 10 Indiana Hoosiers (6-1) extended their home winning streak inside Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall to 22 games, which is the longest active streak in the Big Ten and tied for eighth-longest nationally, by...read more
GAMEDAY INFORMATION Morehead State (2-4) at No. 15 Purdue (5-2) Saturday, December 3 / 2 p.m. ET / ESPN3 (Zach Zaidman, Homer Drew) West Lafayette, Indiana / Mackey Arena (14,804) / Tickets available WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The No....read more
COLLEGE FOOTBALL #17 Western Michigan 29 Ohio 22 #4 Washington 41 #8 Colorado 10 MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL #13 Indiana 83 Southern Illinois at Edwardsville 60 NBA SCOREBOARD Orlando 105 Philadelphia 88 Boston 97 Sacramento 92 New York 118 Minnesota 114 Toronto 113 LA...read more
PURDUE RELEASE COLUMBIA, Mo. -- The Boilermakers advanced to the NCAA Second Round for the 11th straight time with a 3-0 sweep of Iowa State on Thursday as junior Danielle Cuttino pounded down 21 kills to lead all hitters. Purdue won...read more
FRED GLASS: Good evening, everyone, thank you for being here on fairly short notice. It's much appreciated. I also apologize for not having been very responsive today to some of your inquiries. I try to be pretty responsive, as I think most of you know, but it was a...read more
INDIANA RELEASE OPENING TIP • This season marks the 117th season of Indiana Basketball and the defending Big Ten Champions are ranked 13th in the Associated Press Poll and 10th in the USA Today Coaches Poll. With the 76-67 win...read more
NFL SCOREBOARD Dallas 17 Minnesota 15 NBA SCOREBOARD Charlotte 97 Dallas 87 Milwaukee 111 Brooklyn 93 LA Clippers 113 Cleveland 94 Memphis 95 Orlando 94 Miami 111 Utah 110 Houston 132 Golden State 127 2OT MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL #8 Gonzaga...read more
Kevin Wilson Resigns as Head Football Coach; to be Permanently Succeeded by Associate Head Coach Tom Allen
INDIANA RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass announced today that he has accepted the resignation, effective immediately, of head football coach Kevin...read more
This season's Bog Wettig Memorial Tournament will have a different look this season. First, there will be only 12 teams instead of the 16 that have been a part of the tournament for the past several years. Second, they have divided the field into...read more
HOME, SWEET HINKLE: The Bulldogs return to Hinkle Fieldhouse after completing its first road trip unblemished. Butler is 7-0 on the season, including a 3-0 swing away from home last week that included capturing the Las Vegas Invitational title and defeating Utah on...read more
A WINNING COMBINATION: New England quarterback TOM BRADY recorded his 200th career victory (including the postseason) in the Patriots’ 22-17 win at the New York Jets last week, tying PEYTON MANNING (200) for the most wins by a starting quarterback in NFL history. With...read more
MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME NOTES: OHIO VS. WESTERN MICHIGAN Neither of these teams has ever won the MAC Championship Game; Western Michigan (0-2) last appeared in the title game in the 2000 season, while Ohio's (0-3) last appearance was in 2011 (current Ohio head coach...read more
NFL CHANCES OF WINNING DALLAS 52.8% MINNESOTA 47.2% Dallas beat Washington, 31-26, at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day, winning its 10th straight game -- the longest single-season win streak in franchise history. The...read more
PACERS PRESS RELEASE By Daniel Massa Game Recap The Indiana Pacers began a five-game Western Conference road trip with a 131-109 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers at the Moda Center on Wednesday night. Jeff Teague led the Pacers with 25 points, and also added eight...read more
NOTRE DAME RELEASE By Megan Golden IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The No. 1 University of Notre Dame women’s basketball team relied on its veteran leadership to guide it to a 73-58 victory at Iowa on Wednesday in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The...read more
TCU RELEASE FORT WORTH, Texas - TCU forced Washington into 25 turnovers Wednesday night en route to an 86-71 victory over the Huskies inside Schollmaier Arena. The Horned Frogs, who won for a second-straight game over Washington, improved to 7-0 on the season. With...read more
MIAMI RELEASE OXFORD, Ohio - The Miami men's basketball team `Weathered' a storm to erase a 15-point second half deficit in a 78-76 overtime win over Grambling State on Wednesday night. Michael Weathers and Marcus Weathers combined to score 46 of the team's 78 points...read more
PURDUE RELEASE BoilerNotes • Purdue saw its seven-game winning streak in the ACC / Big Ten Challenge come to an end in its 71-64 loss to Louisville ... the streak had been the longest by a Big Ten team in Challenge history ... Purdue...read more
PURDUE RELEASE PITTSBURGH, Pa. - The Purdue women's basketball team picked up its second win in the 10-year history of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday, taking a 67-61 victory at Pittsburgh. Senior Ashley Morrissette continued...read more
INDIANA RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana football team matched 2015's program record with 12 standouts recognized by the Big Ten over Tuesday and Wednesday. After six defenders earned honors Tuesday, six offensive players...read more
INDIANA BASKETBALL RELEASE BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – With a commemoration of the 1981 NCAA Championship team, an appearance from World Series champion Kyle Schwarber, and a Big Ten/ACC Challenge matchup against No. 3 North Carolina, the...read more
MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Indiana 76 North Carolina 67 Virginia 63 Ohio State 61 Baylor 79 Sam Houston State 45 UCLA 98 UC Riverside 56 St. Mary's 66 Stanford 51 Louisville 71 Purdue 64 Arizona 85 Texas Southern 63 Oregon 93 Western Oregon...read more
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue junior center Isaac Haas has been nominated to the 2017 National Association of Basketball Coaches Good Works Team, the organization announced Wednesday morning. This esteemed award honors an outstanding group of student-athletes who...read more
Cleveland, Ohio – A total of 29 repeat selections from last year’s All-MAC teams highlight this year’s postseason football awards in the Mid-American Conference and Western Michigan and Ohio swept the postseason awards. Western Michigan senior wide receiver Corey...read more
WEEK 13 – THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 DALLAS COWBOYS (10-1) AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (6-5) REGULAR SEASON SERIES COWBOYS VIKINGS SERIES LEADER Series tied: 11-11 STREAKS 2 of past 3 COACHES VS. OPP. Jason Garrett: 1-0 Mike Zimmer: 0-0 LAST WEEK W 31-26 vs....read more
NFL WEEK 13 SCHEDULE
Dallas at Minnesota
Kansas City Atlanta
Miami at Baltimore
San Francisco at Chicago
Philadelphia at Cincinnati
Houston at Green Bay
Denver at Jacksonville
Los Angeles at New England
Detroit at New Orleans
Buffalo at Oakland
Washington at Arizona
NY Giants at Pittsburgh
Tampa Bay at San Diego
Carolina at Seattle
Indianapolis at NY Jets
COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
Temple (9-3) vs. #25 Navy (9-2) 12:00
#1 Alabama (12-0) vs. #15 Florida (8-3) 4:00
#4 Clemson (11-1) vs. Virginia Tech (9-3) 8:00
BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHIP
#6 Wisconsin (10-2) vs. #7 Penn State (10-2) 8:00
#10 Oklahoma State vs. #8 Oklahoma 12:30
1901 – Milwaukee Brewers baseball team is dropped from the American League and replaced by Saint Louis Browns.
RHS BOYS B-BALL
November 17… Rushville (Scrimmage)
November 23…. Indianapolis Howe
November 26…. Jay County
December 2….. At North Central
December 3….. At East Central
December 9…. Marion
December 16…. At Indianapolis Tech
December 17…. Connersville
December 19…. Dayton Dunbar
December 27….10th Annual Wettig
December 28….10th Annual Wettig
December 29….10th Annual Wettig
January 6…. New Castle
January 7…. McCutcheon
January 13…. At Muncie Central
January 20…. At Shelbyville
January 21…. Belmont, OH
January 27…. At Harrison
January 28…. At Winchester
February 2…. Anderson
February 10…. At Kokomo
February 11…. Logansport
February 17…. Lafayette Jeff
February 24…. Fort Wayne Wayne
RHS GIRLS BASKETBALL
November 4….Indianapolis Home School
November 11…. At Anderson
November 12…. East Central
November 15…. At New Castle
November 19…. At Logansport
November 26…. Muncie Central
November 29…. At Rushville
December 3…. Union City
December 6…. At Franklin County
December 16…. At Indianapolis Tech
December 22/23… At Greenfield tournament
January 3…. National Trail
January 6…. At Marion
January 7… McCutcheon
January 17…. Mount Vernon
January 20… at Kokomo
January 21….Lafayette Jeff
January 24…. At Jay County
January 31 – February 4…. Sectionals
November 11…. Kansas @ Honolulu
November 16…. UMass- Lowell
November 19…. Liberty
November 22…. IPFW @ Fort Wayne
November 27…. Mississippi Valley State
November 30…. North Carolina
December 2…. Southern Illinois – Edwardsville
December 4…. Southeast Missouri State
December 10…. Houston Baptist
December 17…. Butler @ Indianapolis
December 22…. Austin Peay
December 28…. Nebraska
December 31…. Louisville at Indianapolis
January 3…. Wisconsin
January 7…. Illinois
January 10…. At Maryland
January 15…. Rutgers
January 18…. At Penn State
January 21…. Michigan State
January 26….at Michigan
January 29…. At Northwestern
February 1…. Penn State
February 5…. At Wisconsin
February 9…. Purdue
February 12…. Michigan
February 15… At Minnesota
February 21…. At Iowa
February 25 or 26…. Northwestern
February 28…. At Purdue
March 4…. At Ohio State
March 8 – 12…. Big Ten tournament, Washington DC
November 11…. McNeese State
November 14… Villanova
November 18…. Georgia State
November 22…. Utah State at Cancun
November 23…. Auburn/Texas Tech at Cancun
November 26…. NJIT
November 30…. At Louisville
December 3…. Morehead State
December 6…. Arizona State at New York
December 10…. Cleveland State
December 17…. Notre Dame at Indianapolis
December 19…. Western Illinois
December 21…. Norfolk State
December 28…. Iowa
January 1…. Minnesota
January 5…. At Ohio State
January 8…. Wisconsin
January 12…. At Iowa
January 17…. Illinois
January 21…. Penn State
January 24…. At Michigan State
January 29…. At Nebraska
February 1…. Northwestern
February 4…. At Maryland
February 9…. At Indiana
February 14…. Rutgers
February 18…. Michigan State
February 21…. At Penn State
February 25…. At Michigan
November 28…. Indiana
March 4 or 5…. At Northwestern
#17 Western Michigan 29 Ohio 22
#4 Washington 41 #8 Colorado 10
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
#13 Indiana 83 Southern Illinois at Edwardsville 60
Orlando 105 Philadelphia 88
Boston 97 Sacramento 92
New York 118 Minnesota 114
Toronto 113 LA Lakers 80
Detroit 121 Atlanta 85
LA Clippers 114 New Orleans 96
Chicago 111 Cleveland 105
San Antonio 107 Washington 105
Houston 128 Denver 110
Calgary 3 Minnesota 2
San Jose 2 Montréal 1
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
#24 Oregon State 60 Idaho 49
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
North Central 105 Richmond 51
Kokomo 55 Peru 50
Lawrence North 67 Marion 53
Twin Lakes 55 Lafayette Jeff 39
McCutcheon 66 W. Lafayette 48
Lincoln 69 Union 47
Northeastern 60 Centerville 38
Randolph Southern 54 Union City 46
Tri 63 Blue River 53
Union County 72 Knightstown 42
Winchester 52 Wapahani 46
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
Logansport 65 Lewis Cass 36
Northeastern 41 Centerville 24
UPCOMING PACERS SCHEDULE
Sunday December 4 @ LA Clippers 9:30
Monday December 5 @ Golden State 10:30
Wednesday December 7 @ Phoenix 9:00
Friday December 9 @ Dallas 8:30
Saturday December 10 vs. Portland 7:00
Monday December 12 vs. Charlotte 7:00
Wednesday December 14 vs. Miami 7:00
Thursday December 15 @ New Orleans 8:00
Saturday December 17 @ Detroit 7:00
Monday December 19 vs. Washington 7:00
Tuesday December 20 @ New York 7:30
Thursday December 22 vs. Boston 7:00
Monday December 26 @ Chicago 8:00
- 1901 – Milwaukee Brewers baseball team is dropped from the American League and replaced by Saint Louis Browns.
- 1921 – 9th Canadian Football League Grey Cup: Toronto Argonauts defeat Edmonton Eskimos, 23-0.
- 1932 – 20th Canadian Football League Grey Cup: Hamilton Tigers defeats Regina Roughriders, 25-6.
- 1933 – Connie Mack sells Mickey Cochrane to Detroit Tigers for $100,000.
- 1938 – Amateur Athletic Union decides to continue linear measuring system over metric.
- 1943 – 9th Heisman Trophy Award: Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame (quarterback).
- 1944 – NFL Chicago Cardinals-Pittsburgh Steelers merger dissolves.
- 1946 – 12th Heisman Trophy Award: Glenn Davis, Army (Half Back).
- 1948 – Donald Bradman scores his last century, 123 in his own testimonial.
- 1950 – Cleveland Browns’ last NFL team with no-pass game (beat Philadelphia 13-7). Horace Gillom sets club record with 12 punts.
- 1956 – Wilt Chamberlain’s first collegiate basketball game (scores 52).
- 1957 – 23rd Heisman Trophy Award: John Crow, Texas A&M (Half Back).
- 1961 – Anton Geesink becomes first not-Japanese judo world champion.
- 1961 – George Blanda of Houston Oilers kicks 55-yard field goal.
- 1967 – Derek Clayton runs world record marathon (2:09:36.4).
- 1968 – Major League Baseball pitcher’s mound drops from 15 inches to 10 inches and strike zone reduced from knees-to-shoulders to top of knees to armpits, to help hitters.
- 1978 – Pat Bradley/Lon Hinkle win LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic.
- 1979 – 45th Heisman Trophy Award: Charles White, Southern California (Running Back).
- 1981 – Beth Daniel/Tom Kite win LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic.
- 1982 – First New Jersey Devils’ hat-trick by Steve Tambellini, in defeating Hartford Whalers 5-4.
- 1982 – Tommy Hearns wins WBC Welterweight title in decision over Benitez.
- 1983 – 49th Heisman Trophy Award: Mike Rozier, Nebraska (Running Back).
- 1986 – Sri Lanka all out 55 versus West Indies in one-dayer Walsh 5-1 in four 3 overs.
- 1988 – 54th Heisman Trophy Award: Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State (Running Back).
- 1989 – Pat Bradley/Bill Glasson win LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic.
- 1990 – National League batting champion Willie McGee signs as a free agent with San Francisco Giants.
- 1995 – 84th Davis Cup: USA beats Russia in Moscow (3-2).
- 1995 – Beth Daniels/Davis Love III win LPGA J C Penney Golf Classic.
- 1995 – Jack Russell takes 11 catches in Test Cricket versus South Africa, a record.
- 1995 – Naeem Akhtar takes 10-28 for Rawalpindi B against Peshawar.
- 1997 – Golden State Warriors’ guard Latrell Sprewell’s four-year, $32 million, contract terminated for attacking his coach P J Carlesimo.
- 2003 – Mike Lowell signs a four-year, $32 million deal with the Florida Marlins.
- Manny Corpas—1982
- Paul Byrd—1970
- Darryl Hamilton—1964
- Wayne Garrett—1947
- Harry Simpson—1925
- Joe Collins—1922
- Eva Nemcova—1972
- Brent Barry—1971
- Lindsey Hunter—1970
- Mike Bantom—1951
- Jack McMahon—1928
- Fred Taylor—1924
- Bob Gruenig—1913
- Rick Mears—1951
- Bobby Allison—1937
- Jason Campbell—1981
- Rock Cartwright—1979
- Kwamie Lassiter—1969
- John Mendenhall—1948
- Tom Woddeshick—1941
- Bobby Boyd—1937
- Bobby Howfield—1936
- Tom Fears—1923
- Pappy Waldorf—1902
- Bert Baston—1894
- Tom Preissing—1978
- Mike Ramsey—1960
- Igor Larionov—1960
- Bob MacMillan—1952
- Michael Essien—1982
- David Villa—1981
- Heiko Herrlich—1971
- Christian Karembeu—1970
- Alberto Tarantini—1955
- Pedro Rocha—1942
- Laszlo Cseh—1985
- Franz Klammer—1953
Track & Field
- Alberto Juantorena—1951
- Joop Zoetermelk—1946
- Katarina Witt—1965