(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colt prep for Jags. Pacers halt Magic. College football roundup. Big Ten title game kicks off Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium. College hoops roundup.
>>Colts Prep For Jags
(Indianapolis, IN) – The Colts get back to work this week as they get set to visit the Jaguars. Indy sits at 3-and-8 and are looking to salvage what’s left of a disappointing season. The Jags are battling with the Titans for first in the division at 7-and-4. Jacksonville blanked the Colts 27-0 in the first meeting this season at Lucas Oil Stadium. In injury news, cornerback Rashaan Melvin will likely miss Sunday’s game with a hand injury and center Ryan Kelly is in the concussion protocol.
>>Pacers Halt Magic
(Indianapolis, IN) — Victor Oladipo [[ O-la-dee-po ]] scored 26 points, blocked four shots and doled out five assists as the Pacers topped the Magic 121-109 in Indianapolis. Bojan Bogdanovic [[ BOY-ahn bog-DON-O-Vich ]] contributed 22 points to the victory, while Domantas Sabonis [[ oh-MAHN-tiss sa-BONE-iss ]] had 19 points off the bench. The Pacers are 6-and-1 in their last seven games. Indy is back at it tomorrow night when they visit the Rockets.
>>College Football Roundup
(Undated) — The latest College Football Playoff rankings are set to be released tonight but two local schools play the waiting game for a different reason. Notre Dame is currently eighth in the CFP poll but will likely drop after losing to Stanford 38-20 in its season finale. Both the 9-and-3 Fighting Irish and 6-and-6 Purdue will find out what bowl games they are heading to when the matchups are announced on Saturday. Indiana is not bowl eligible at 5-and-7.
>>Indianapolis To Host Big Ten Title Game
(Indianapolis, IN) — Unbeaten Wisconsin will clash with Ohio State on Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium in the Big Ten Championship Game. The 12-and-0 Badgers rolled through their schedule, winning every game by at least eight points. Ohio State sits at 10-and-2 after beating rival Michigan this past weekend.
>>College Hoops Roundup
(Undated) — In local college hoops action, Purdue welcomes number-17 Louisville to Mackey Arena. Indiana will welcome top-ranked Duke tomorrow and number-five Notre Dame visits third-ranked Michigan State on Thursday. All three games are part of the annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge. Indiana State will host Ball State tomorrow and Butler is off until Saturday when it welcomes Saint Louis.