(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Colts back on the field.  Clippers drop Indians.  Fever host Sky tomorrow.  Former Notre Dame coach Parseghian dies at 94.  Davis ATH Taylor commits to Hoosiers.

>>Colts Back On The Field

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts are back on the field today for training camp after getting Wednesday off.  Scott Tolzien is the team’s starting quarterback at the moment, as Andrew Luck has yet to return from offseason shoulder surgery.  Luck’s status for Week One is in jeopardy.  Other quarterbacks on the roster include second-year player Stephen Morris and rookie Phillip Walker.  The Colts face the Lions next Sunday at home to kick off preseason play.

>>Clippers Drop Indians

(Columbus, OH)  —  The Indians blew a three-run lead as they fell to the Clippers, 6-3, in Columbus.  Tyler Eppler gave up eight hits and five runs to take the loss for Indianapolis.  The Tribe will try to prevent the sweep today on the road.  First pitch is at 7:05 p.m.

>>Fever Host Sky Tomorrow

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Fever begin a two-game home stretch tomorrow as the Chicago Sky visit Bankers Life Fieldhouse.  Indiana will also host Minnesota on Sunday.  The Fever are looking to break out of a slump that has seen them lose four in-a-row and nine of their last 10 games.  Indiana and Chicago are both at the bottom of the Eastern Conference with 8-and-16 records.

>>Former Notre Dame Coach Parseghian Dies

(Granger, IN)  —  Former Notre Dame head football coach Ara Parseghian [[ par-SEEG-yun ]] is dead at the age of 94.  Parseghian died in his Indiana home early Wednesday morning.  He served at Notre Dame’s head coach from 1964 through 1974, compiling a record of 95-17-and-4 while guiding the Irish to a pair of national championships.  Parseghian also coached at Miami-Ohio and Northwestern.  He played pro football in 1948 and 1949 with the Cleveland Browns as a halfback.

>>Davis ATH Taylor Commits To Hoosiers

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  Ben Davis High School athlete Reese Taylor will continue his football career at Indiana next season.  Taylor committed to the Hoosiers on Wednesday over offers from Wisconsin, Iowa and others.  Taylor plays quarterback for Davis, but will switch to cornerback for Indiana.