(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news: Colts at center of controversy as they enter bye week.  Pacers back at it tomorrow.  College football roundup.  College hoops preview.

>>Colts At Center Of Criticism On Concussion Protocol

(Boston, MA)  —  The founder of a brain injury protection advocacy group says the NFL’s concussion protocol is a “fraud.”  Concussion Legacy Foundation CEO Chris Nowinski leveled his criticism after a hit left Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett holding his head but put back in the game on Sunday.  Nowinski said Brissett showed the clearest signs of a concussion so far this season.  The Colts said Brissett passed through concussion testing only to develop symptoms after the game.

>>Colts Enter Bye Week

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Colts head into their bye week looking for answers.  Indy lost for the fourth time in five games this past weekend.  At 3-and-7 overall, they are in last place in the AFC South.  Jacksonville and Tennessee are tied at the top at 6-and-3, Houston is also reeling at 3-and-6.  Indy will host the Titans out of the bye on November 26th.

>>Pacers Visit Grizzlies Tomorrow

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  The Pacers are back on the hardwood tomorrow when they visit the Grizzlies in Memphis.  Indy is 6-and-8, losers of five-of-six.  Memphis has dropped three-of-four and sits at 7-and-6.  The Pacers will then return home to battle the Pistons on Friday.

>>College Football Roundup

(Undated)  —  Notre Dame will find out its fate in the latest College Football Playoff rankings when they are released tonight.  The third-ranked Irish were clobbered this past weekend, 41-8, at Miami.  They play host to Navy, Indiana welcomes Wisconsin, and Purdue visits Iowan on Saturday.

>>College Hoops Roundup

(Undated)  —  The local college hoops squads are back in action this week.  Last night, Notre Dame cruised past Mount Saint Mary’s 88-62 in South Bend.   Purdue will look to make it 3-and-0 when it visits Marquette tonight.  Tipoff is set for 8:30 p.m.  Tomorrow, 2-and-0 Butler travels to Maryland and 1-and-1 Indiana visits Seton Hall.  The 2-and-0 Fighting Irish wrap up the weekday games on Thursday when they welcome Chicago State.