Notre Dame Fighting Irish
News 23-09-2020

Notre Dame-Wake Forest Game Postponed

While Indiana and Purdue wait another couple of weeks to begin playing college football games, the University of Notre Dame is already off to a 2-0 start. Notre Dame was set to take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons on Saturday, but that game has now been postponed. Notre Dame announced on Tuesday that 13 […]

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Big Ten Championship
News 21-09-2020

Indiana and Purdue to Play Fall Football

Earlier this week, the Big Ten Conference announced that college football will be played this fall. The 2020 regular season will begin on Oct. 24, and the Big Ten Championship Game will take place on Dec. 19. This is great news for both Indiana University and Purdue University as both teams were expected to be […]

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News 21-09-2020

Differences between Online Casino Bonuses and Sportsbooks Bonuses

While trying to find a good gambling site to bet on either sports or casino games, you are probably going to come across a lot of options and some of them will offer amazing bonuses and promotions. Once you start to look at the bonuses that are available to you, you are going to notice […]

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PointsBet Good Karma Payout
News 16-09-2020

PointsBet Pays Out Titans Bettors

The Tennessee Titans were able to beat the Denver Broncos by a score of 16-14 on Monday Night Football, but the Titans failed to cover the spread. Sportsbooks had the Titans anywhere from a 2.5- to three-point favorite before the start of the game. Titans kicker Stephen Gostkowski missed three field goals and an extra […]

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Blue Chip Casino Indiana
News 13-09-2020

Indiana Sports Betting Industry Sees Huge August Numbers

The August numbers are officially in, and Indiana‚Äôs sports betting industry saw huge growth from the numbers posted in July. Total sports betting handle grew by 138 percent month over month. Indiana sportsbooks reported a total sports betting handle of $169,018,238 in August, and it is clear that the industry has almost fully recovered. Sports […]

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Indianapolis Colts
News 09-09-2020

Colts Enter 2020 Season With Optimism

The 2019 season did not go well for the Indianapolis Colts, as the team got a big surprise before Week 1 even arrived. Quarterback Andrew Luck suddenly retired from the team, leaving a huge hole in the offense. The Colts went just 7-9 a season ago, finishing in third place in the AFC South. Indianapolis […]

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Kentucky Derby
News 08-09-2020

Kentucky Derby Betting Handle cut by half

The Kentucky Derby 2020 betting handle has fallen by more than half compared to 2019 One of the most important days on the sports betting calendar, the Kentucky Derby, usually produces enormous numbers. However, as with seemingly everything in this crazy year, the numbers posted in 2020 fell well below expectations as the industry continues […]

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Lucas Oil Stadium
News 06-09-2020

Fans Can See Colts Home Opener

The Indianapolis Colts have announced that a limited number of fans will be allowed to attend their home opener. Indianapolis hosts the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2 of the regular season, and fans will be allowed to attend the game. Finally some good news given the number of sports canceled due to the pandemic. Just […]

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Joseph Stahura resigns
News 02-09-2020

Whiting Mayor Joseph Stahura Resigns Amid Scandal

Corruption has rocked the small town of Whiting, Ind., and the mayor has decided to step down. This action stems from wire fraud and a false tax return that was filed by Joseph Stahura and his wife, Diane. A recent investigation discovered the Mayor and his wife misused more than $250,000 in campaign funds to […]

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Nate McMillan fired
News 29-08-2020

McMillan Out as Pacers Head Coach

The Indiana Pacers have fired head coach Nate McMillan after the team was swept in the first round of the NBA Playoffs by the Miami Heat. The Pacers were dealing with several injury concerns entering the bubble, but the quick exit still cost the veteran coach his job. This firing came as a major shock […]

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