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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Indy 500 2020 winner
News 26-08-2020

Indy 500 Low Betting Interest

The Indianapolis 500 took place this past weekend, but fans were not allowed to attend the event. Not only did this take away from the usual festive atmosphere at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but it also had an impact on betting. The 104th running of the Indianapolis 500 was originally scheduled to take place on […]

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Indy 500 2020
News 22-08-2020

Indianapolis 500 On Tap For Sunday

The Indianapolis 500 will be held on Sunday, but it will be a race unlike any other. “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” will be held without fans in attendance, and fans in Indiana could still be subject to a local TV blackout. Roger Penske became the new owner of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway less than […]

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DraftKings Casino IN
News 19-08-2020

Online Casino Gaming Could Be Coming To Indiana in 2021

The state of Indiana passed an expanded gaming law in 2019, and now it looks like the next step could happen in 2021. A key industry executive and a state Senator are predicting that online casino gaming will be legalized at some point next year, paving the way for the possibility of online slots, games, […]

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Memorial stadium
News 14-08-2020

Big Ten Postpones Fall Sports

Indiana University and Purdue University will not be on the football field this fall after the Big Ten Conference has postponed all fall competitions. Other sports were affected by this announcement, but the biggest sport to lose is football. The Big Ten Conference cited too many uncertainties surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and two different […]

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Stanley Cup
News 12-08-2020

Sports Betting Hits $1 Billion

The July sports betting numbers are out, and it was a monster month for the sports betting industry in Indiana. Total sports betting handle and revenue saw significant jumps from the month of June, despite that pandemic still taking place. Total sports betting handle reached $70.9 million during the month of July, which was more […]

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