>>Luck Working His Way Back
(Indianapolis, IN) — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck continues to work his way back from the shoulder injury that cost him all of 2017. Luck is now throwing the football and is building up the strength in his shoulder. He’s spent time working with throwing expert Tom House. New Colts head coach Frank Reich, a former NFL quarterback himself, has also been monitoring Luck’s progress. Luck is expected to take the field April 9th when the offseason workout program starts.
>>Pacers Hold Off Kings
(Sacramento, CA) — Victor Oladipo scored five of his 24 points in the final 20 seconds to clinch the Pacers’ 106-103 win against the Kings in Sacramento. Bojan Bogdanovic paced Indiana with 25 points as they pulled to within a half game of the Cavaliers for the third seed in the Eastern Conference. The Pacers travel to visit the Clippers on Sunday to continue their West Coast road trip.
>>Notre Dame, Indiana Women Still Alive
(Undated) — The top-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish women’s basketball team meets U-Conn tonight in the FInal Four in Columbus. Notre Dame is 33-and-3, while U-Conn sits at 36-and-9. The Irish lost to U-Conn in December. Louisville and Mississippi face off in the other National Semifinal tonight. Indiana meets Virginia Tech tomorrow in Blooming for the Women’s NIT title. The Hoosiers are 22-and-14.
>>Purdue Adds Transfer Player
(West Lafayette, IN) — Purdue is bringing in an experienced forward to help replace four graduating seniors. The Boilermakers got a commit from former Dartmouth forward Evan Boudreaux. He sat out this past season after two All Ivy-League seasons. Boudreaux averaged 17.5 points and 9.5 rebounds two seasons ago for Dartmouth and will have two seasons of eligibility left for Purdue.