(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news: Colts host Steelers Sunday.  Pacers fall at Pistons.  College hoops preview.  College football preview.  Murder charge dropped against former Hoosier.

>>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.

>>Pacers Fall At Pistons

(Detroit, MI)  —  The Pacers’ losing streak is up to four games as they lost to the Pistons, 114-97, in Detroit.  Victor Oladipo [[ oh-lah-DEE-poh ]] led Indiana with 21 points.  Al Jefferson added 19 off the bench.  The Pacers were just 7-of-24 from three and their record is now 5-and-7.  They’ll visit the Bulls tomorrow night.

>>College Hoops Preview

(Undated)  —  College basketball season tips off this weekend 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.  The Irish open their regular season schedule on Saturday with a road game at DePaul.  On Friday, Purdue plays host to SIU-Edwardsville, Butler welcomes Kennesaw State, and the Hoosiers clash with Indiana State at Assembly Hall.

>>College Football Preview

(Undated)  —  In college football action this Saturday, 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.

>>Murder Charge Dropped Against Former Hoosier Patrick

(Maryville, TN)  —  A criminal homicide charge against former Indiana running back Camion Patrick has been dismissed.  A judge in Blount County Tennessee dismissed the charge.  Patrick was one of four men charged in the stabbing death of an 18-year-old man back in July.  Patrick’s brother, former junior college running back Isaiah Wright, is still facing charges along with three other men.  Patrick caught six passes for 154 yard and a score last season, and also rushed for 10 yards and a score.  His football career ended this summer due to injuries.