>>NFL Combine Continues In Indianapolis
(Indianapolis, IN) — The NFL Scouting Combine continues today in Indianapolis. Offensive lineman and running backs will run 40-yard dashes today and complete other on-field workouts. Quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends will do the bench press and meet with the media. Defensive backs arrive today while defensive lineman and linebackers undergo medical exams and measurements.
>>Colts To Let CB Melvin Test Market
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts have a need at cornerback, but do not plan to overpay for impending free agent Rashaan Melvin. General manager Chris Ballard told the press yesterday that they’re going to let the market play itself out regarding Melvin. The 28-year-old had three interceptions in 10 games last season.
>>Pacers Visit Bucks
(Milwaukee, WI) — The Pacers play the third of a four-game road trip tonight as they visit the Milwaukee Bucks. Indiana has lost both games on the road trip so far and sits at 34-and-27. The Pacers are fifth in the East, one game ahead of the Bucks. Tip-off is at 7 p.,m.
>>Pirates Edge Blue Jays
(Bradenton, FL) — Eric Wood singled in the go-ahead run in the sixth inning as the Pirates edged the Blue Jays 4-1 in Bradenton. Austin Meadows tacked on a two-run homer an inning later to extend the lead. Six Pirate pitchers combined to give up six hits and one run. The Bucs take on the Orioles today.
>>Big Ten Tournament Roundup
(New York, NY) — Indiana’s season might be over following a 76-69 loss to Rutgers in the second round of the Big Ten tournament in New York. Juwan Morgan finished with 15 points and nine rebounds in defeat for the Hoosiers. They’re now 16-and-15. Third-seeded Purdue will face off with Rutgers next tonight.
>>College Hoops Roundup
(Undated) — In other college hoops action tonight, Ball State visits Northern Illinois. Indiana State is the sixth seed at the Missouri Valley men’s basketball tournament in St. Louis and faces Illinois State. On tomorrow’s schedule Notre Dame visits top-ranked Virginia and Butler visits Seton Hall. IUPUI is the fifth seed in the Horizon League men’s basketball tournament, which tips off in Detroit tonight. The Jaguars face Oakland on Sunday in quarterfinal action.