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Carson Wentz injury
News 04-08-2021

Colts Lose Carson Wentz to foot injury

The Indianapolis Colts will be without quarterback Carson Wentz for the next 5-12 weeks after he underwent surgery on his foot. Wentz aggravated a prior injury during a practice last week, and it was determined that surgery was the best course of action. The Colts acquired Wentz this offseason, and he was immediately slotted into […]

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Colts FanDuel ticket promotion
News 31-07-2021

Colts and FanDuel team up for awesome ticket & credit promotion

The Indianapolis Colts and FanDuel Sportsbook are two of the biggest names in the state of Indiana, and they are teaming up for a great promotion. Fans of the Colts can now look to purchase ticket packages that will allow them to bet at the sportsbook. By teaming up for this new deal, the Colts, […]

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Lilly King
News 28-07-2021

Lydia Jacoby pips Lilly King in 100-Meter breaststroke at Olympics

Evansville, Indiana native Lilly King entered the Tokyo Olympics as one of the leaders of Team USA, especially when it came to the swimming team. King is already a decorated swimmer on the world stage, and she was expected to pick up a gold medal in her top event, the breaststroke. King was the reigning […]

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Peer-to-Peer Sports Betting Indiana
News 23-07-2021

Peer-to-Peer Betting Coming to Indiana

Peer-to-peer betting could be coming to the state of Indiana as soon as 2022, and that would bring a new sports betting option to the state. This form of betting has started to become popular in other countries, but there aren’t many options of this kind in the US. Caesars Entertainment recently inked a deal […]

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NBC microphone
News 21-07-2021

IndyCar and NBC extend broadcast partnership

IndyCar and NBC Sports were back in the news this week as they announced a new extension on the current television agreement. This announcement will keep IndyCar on NBC Sports in 2022, with 13 races scheduled to be broadcast. The NTT IndyCar Series will be featured by the television company, and the biggest draw will […]

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Starting blocks
News 17-07-2021

Indiana June Sports Betting Numbers Are Out

The Indiana Gaming Commission has announced the June sports betting numbers, and there was a slight dip from what was reported in May. The total sports betting handle for June was $246.4 million, a decrease of 3.2% from the figures posted in May. The drop in total handle didn’t hurt the state when it came […]

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News 14-07-2021

Purdue Hoops Stars Shine at FIBA U19 World Championships

The Purdue Boilermakers are expected to be one of the favorites to win the Big Ten Basketball championship this season, and three of the team’s biggest stars are getting a great experience this summer. Zach Edey, Jaden Ivey, and Caleb Furst all competed in the FIBA U19 World Championships, and each player came away with […]

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Colts Betting Odds
News 09-07-2021

Time to Look at the Colts Betting Odds

With the Indiana Pacers flaming out early in the NBA Postseason, sports fans in the state have been without a local team for some time. The Indianapolis Colts are easily the most popular team in the state, and they are set to begin their training camp later this month. Now that the regular season is […]

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Indiana Derby
News 06-07-2021

Indiana Derby Set For July 7

The Indiana Grand Racing & Casino will host the Indiana Derby on July 7, keeping with the same format used a year ago. COVID-19 restrictions moved this race off of the weekend a year to go, and the race track wanted to keep that tradition alive for a second straight year. The first running of […]

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Tropicana Evansville fully open
News 02-07-2021

Tropicana Evansville Back to Full Operations

One of the biggest casinos in the Southern part of Indiana will be back to normal operating hours this weekend. The Tropicana Evansville has announced that it will be open 24-7 once again, beginning on July 2. After months of negotiation, the casino was finally taken over by Bally’s who are making a real march […]

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