(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news: Colts prep for Bills.  Former Colts’ coach Ron Meyer dies.  Manning, Faulk enshrined in CFB HOF.  Pacers host Bulls.  College hoops roundup.

>>Colts Prep For Bills

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts get back to work this week as they get set to visit the Bills on Sunday.  Indy is attempting to salvage what is left of a disappointing season.  The Colts are 3-and-9 and all but eliminated from playoff contention.  Buffalo is 6-and-6.  In other news, the Colts have placed starting linebacker John Simon on injured reserve and elevated defensive end Anthony Johnson to the 53-man roster from the practice squad.

>>Former Colts Coach Ron Meyer Dies

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts organization is mourning the death of former head coach Ron Meyer.  Meyer, who coached the Colts from 1986-to-1991, passed away at 76.  He led the Colts to their first division title and playoff appearance in Indy in 1987.  Meyer also played quarterback and defensive back for the Boilermakers in 1961 and 62.

>>Pair Of Former Colts Enshrined In College Football HOF

(Undated)  —  Two former Colts’ greats are joining an exclusive college football club.  Marshall Faulk and Peyton Manning are among ten players who were inducted into to the College Football Hall of Fame last night.  Faulk was drafted by Indy and had a 12-year NFL career with the Colts and the Rams.  Manning played 13 seasons in Indy and led the Colts to a Super Bowl title in 2007.

>>Pacers Host Bulls

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Pacers are back in action tonight as they welcome the Bulls to town.  Indy comes into play at 13-and-11 following Monday’s home win against the Knicks.  Chicago is an NBA worst 3-and-19.  Tipoff is set for 7:00 p.m. at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

>>College Hoops Roundup

(Undated)  —  In college hoops action last night, eighth-ranked Notre Dame was stunned by Ball State 80-77 in South Bend.  The Fighting Irish fell to 7-and-2 with the loss.  They will look to bounce back when they visit Delaware on Saturday.  Purdue hosts Valparaiso tomorrow and Indiana is at Louisville on Saturday.