(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts close preseason tomorrow. Vontae Davis injured, still no Luck. Fever take on Lynx Indians clinch division despite loss. College football preview.
>>Colts Close Preseason Tomorrow
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts close out the preseason tomorrow at home versus the Cincinnati Bengals. All NFL teams must trim their rosters from 90 players to 53 players by Saturday afternoon. The Colts are 1-and-2 this preseason. They open the regular season on September 10th in L.A. against the Rams.
>>Colts Corner Vontae Davis Sidelined With injury
(Indianapolis, IN) — Andrew Luck isn’t the only significant injury the Colts are saddled with as the regular season approaches. Cornerback Vontae Davis is week-to-week with what the team is calling a pretty significant groin injury. Davis suffered the injury in the first half of last weekend’s preseason game at the Pittsburgh Steelers. Luck has yet to be activated from the physically unable to perform list and seems unlikely to be on the field when the season opens in Los Angeles.
>>Fever Have Two Games Left
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Indiana Fever have two games left this season, and both are at home. They’ll host the Minnesota Lynx tonight, before closing the season on Saturday versus the San Antonio Stars. At 9-and-23, the Fever have been eliminated from playoff contention. They’re riding a six-game losing streak. Tipoff with the Lynx tonight is slated for 7:00 p.m.
>>Indians Fall To Bats, Clinch Division With Columbus Loss
(Louisville, KY) — The Louisville Bats scored seven unanswered runs in the fifth and sixth innings to rally past the Indianapolis Indians 7-4 at Louisville Slugger Field. Casey Sadler surrendered four-runs over two innings of relief to take the loss. Despite the setback, Indianapolis clinched its fourth division title in the last six seasons thanks to a Columbus loss against Toledo. The Indians and Bats are back at it tonight, 6:35 p.m. first pitch.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — The college football season kicks into high gear this week nationwide. Indiana plays host to second-ranked Ohio State tomorrow in Bloomington. On Saturday, Notre Dame welcomes Temple to South Bend and Purdue faces number-17 Louisville and reigning Heisman Trophy winner Lamar Jackson at Lucas Oil Stadium.