(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news: Pacers visit Raptors.  Michigan State thumps Notre Dame.  Colts visit Jaguars Sunday.  Wisconsin, Ohio State clash in Indy tomorrow for Big Ten title.

>>Pacers Visit Raptors

(Toronto, Ontario)  —  The Pacers head north tonight to clash with the Raptors in Toronto.  The Pacers are 12-and-10 on the season after Wednesday’s loss in Houston.  The Raptors enter at 13-and-7.  Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m.  Indiana opens a six-game homestand on Monday, starting with a match-up versus the Knicks.

>>Michigan State Thumps Notre Dame

(East Lansing, MI)  —  Number-five Notre Dame fell into a 20-point hole at halftime and fell to third-ranked Michigan State, 81-63, in East Lansing last night.  Bonzie Colson paced Notre Dame with 17 points, six rebounds, five steals, and four blocks.  The Irish fell to 6-and-1 and host Saint Francis of Brooklyn on Sunday.

In college hoops action tonight, Purdue visits Maryland to open Big Ten action.  On Saturday’s schedule, Butler hosts Saint Louis, Indiana travels to face Michigan, and IUPUI visits Ball State.

>>Colts Visit Jaguars Sunday

(Jacksonville, TX)  —  The Colts travel to face the Jaguars in AFC North action on Sunday.  Indy has lost five of its past six game and is 3-and-8 on the season.  The 7-and-4 Jags are tied with Tennessee for the division lead.  In Colts injury news, cornerback Rashaan Melvin and center Ryan Kelly didn’t practice yesterday and are likely out Sunday.

>>Wisconsin, Ohio State Clash For Big Ten Title Tomorrow

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  Fourth-ranked Wisconsin clashes with Ohio State on Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in the Big Ten Championship Game.  The 12-and-0 Badgers rolled through their schedule, winning every game by at least eight points.  Ohio State sits at 10-and-2 after beating rival Michigan this past weekend.  If the Badgers win, they’re virtually a lock to make the College Football Playoff.  The Buckeyes would likely need some help plus a win to make the top four.

Notre Dame and Purdue await to know their bowl destination, which will be unveiled Sunday on ESPN.  The Fighting Irish finished the regular season 9-and-3, while the Boilermakers went 6-and-6.