(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news: Colt prep for Jags.  Pacers visit Rockets.  Notre Dame falls in rankings.  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.

>>Pacers Visit Rockets

(Houston, TX)  —  The Pacers face a tough challenge tonight as they take on the Rockets in Houston.  Indy is 6-and-1 in its last seven games and is sixth in the East at 12-and-9 overall.  The Rockets have won five in-a-row and are atop the Western Conference at 16-and-4.  Tipoff is set for 7:00 p.m.

>>Notre Dame Plummets in CFP Rankings

(Undated)  —  Notre Dame took a tumble in the latest College Football Playoff rankings.  The Fighting Irish fell seven spots from eighth to 15th after this past weekend’s loss at Stanford.   Both the 9-and-3 Irish and 6-and-6 Purdue will find out what bowl games they are heading to when the matchups are announced this weekend.  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)  —  Purdue won its ACC/Big Ten challenge matchup with number-17 Louisville last night, 66-57, at Mackey Arena.  Vincent Edwards led the way with 15 points while Carsen Edwards and Dakota Mathias scored 13 apiece.  The Boilermakers improved to 6-and-2.  Indiana will welcome top-ranked Duke tonight at 9:30 and number-five Notre Dame visits third-ranked Michigan State tomorrow.  Both games are part of the annual ACC/Big Ten Challenge.  Indiana State will host Ball State tonight and Butler is off until Saturday when it welcomes Saint Louis.