(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts host Steelers Sunday. Colts release CB Davis. Pacers visit Bulls.
>>Colts Host Steelers Sunday
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indy looks to build a winning streak after beating the Texans in Week Nine. The Colts are last in the AFC South at 3-and-6, with the Titans and Jaguars tied for first at 5-and-3. With Andrew Luck officially out for the season, Jacoby Brissett will remain the team’s starting quarterback.
>>Colts Release CB Davis
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Indianapolis Colts are releasing Pro Bowl cornerback Vontae Davis. The team announced the decision yesterday, one day after multiple outlets reported Davis would undergo season-ending groin surgery. Davis had 21 tackles in five games this season, his sixth in Indy after three years with Miami. The 29-year-old has 22 picks over 120 career games. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2014 and 2015.
>>Pacers Visit Bulls
(Chicago, IL) — The Pacers travel to face the Chicago Bulls tonight as they try to end a four-game losing streak. Indiana sits at 5-and-7 on the season, while the Bulls enter at 2-and-7. Tonight’s matchup is the first of a back-to-back as the Pacers visit the Spurs Saturday night. Tip-off is at 8 p.m.
>>College Hoops Preview
(Undated) — College basketball season tips off today around the country. Notre Dame starts the season ranked 14th in the USA Today Coaches Poll, while Purdue is ranked number-21. Butler also received votes. Tonight, Purdue plays host to SIU-Edwardsville, Butler welcomes Kennesaw State, and the Hoosiers clash with Indiana State at Assembly Hall. The Irish open their regular season schedule tomorrow with a road game at DePaul.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — In college football action tomorrow, third-ranked Notre Dame pays a visit to number-seven Miami in a pivotal top-ten matchup. The Fighting Irish likely need to win their final three games to clinch a spot in the College Football Playoff. Purdue sits at 4-and-5 and visits number-25 Northwestern on Saturday. The 3-and-6 Hoosiers look to snap a four-game slide as they visit Illinois.