(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts visit Steelers Saturday. Colts activate C Schwenke. College football preview. Liberty crush Fever. Indians hammer Bats.
>>Colts Visit Steelers Saturday
(Pittsburgh, PA) — The Colts seek their first win of the preseason on Saturday as they visit the Pittsburgh Steelers. Indy is 0-and-2 so far after losses to the Lions and Cowboys. The Colts will close preseason action a week from today when the Bengals visit Lucas Oil Stadium.
>>Colts Activate C Schwenke
(Indianapolis, IN) — Veteran offensive lineman Brian Schwenke [[ SHWANK-ee ]] is back at practice for the Colts. The team activated him from the physically-unable-to-perform list on Wednesday. Schwenke spent the past four season with the Titans, and played 16 games for them last season. Schwenke can play center and guard and his returns boosts the offense following a foot injury to starting center Ryan Kelly.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — The Indiana Hoosiers kick off the regular season a week from today when they host second-ranked Ohio State in Bloomington. The Hoosiers look to build off last season, when they went 6-and-6 and advanced to the Foster Farms Bowl. Indiana has not won a bowl game since beating Baylor in the 1991 Copper Bowl
Purdue and Notre Dame each open the season next Saturday, September 2nd. The Boilermakers will face reigning Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson and 17th-ranked Louisville at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Fighting Irish are set to host Temple in South Bend.
>>Liberty Crush Fever
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Fever got outscored in every quarter as they fell to the New York Liberty, 71-50, on Wednesday night in Indianapolis. Candace Dupree led the Fever with 12 points. The Fever have lost five straight games and fell to 9-and-22. Indiana will visit Atlanta on Saturday.
>>Indians Hammer Bats
(Indianapolis, IN) — Tyler Eppler fired seven innings of one-run ball as the Indians hammered the Louisville Bats, 10-2, at Victory Field on Wednesday night. Eppler struck out six and earned his seventh win for Indianapolis. Erich Weiss and Edwin Espinal each drove in three runs for the Tribe. The Indians close a four-game series with the Bats tonight at home. First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.