(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts visit Texans Sunday. Colts’ Luck out, status in question. Pacers dump Cavs. College football preview. College hoops preview.
>>Colts Visit Texans Sunday
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts continue preparations for Sunday’s division matchup against the Texans in Houston. Indy sits at 2-and-6 on the season and hopes to snap three-game slide. Houston enters at 3-and-4. Tennessee and Jacksonville are tied for the division lead at 4-and-3.
>>Colts’ Luck Out, Status In Question
(Indianapolis, IN) — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is still out and his return for 2017 looks very bleak. Luck has not practiced during the past three weeks after experiencing a setback during his return to practice in early October. He sought different opinions on the injury, but the team wants to make sure Luck will be okay in the long-term. The Colts worked out free-agent quarterback Josh Johnson on Wednesday.
>>Pacers Dump Cavaliers
(Cleveland, OH) — The Pacers went into Cleveland and came away with a 124-107 victory last night. Indiana outscored the Cavs by 16 in the second half to pull away. All five Pacers starters were in double-figures, led by Thaddeus Young’s 26 points. Darren Collison added 25 and Victor Oladipo put up 23. Cleveland shot 50-percent from the field, but only 7-of-31 from three. Indiana is 5-and-3 and travels to face the 76ers tomorrow night.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — Number-three Notre Dame is at home versus Wake Forest on Saturday. The Fighting Irish are riding a six-game win streak since losing to top-ranked Georgia in Week Two. Purdue is 3-and-5 and hopes to snap a three-game slide. The Boilermakers host Illinois. Indiana is also 3-and-5 with three straight losses. The Hoosiers visit ninth-ranked Wisconsin.
>>College Hoops Preview
(Undated) — All four of the Indiana Division-One men’s college basketball programs are hosting exhibition games this week. Purdue beat NAIA-school Carroll last night, 98-71. Tomorrow night, Notre Dame hosts NAIA-school Bethel. On Saturday, Butler hosts Division-Two Lincoln Memorial, and Indiana hosts Division-Two Indianapolis on Sunday.