(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Pacers Roll T’wolves. Colts’ assistant coach Robert Mathis arrested for drunken driving. Colts place Hooker on IR. Colts prep for Bengals.
>>Pacers Roll T’wolves
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Pacers rode an incredible offensive night to a 130-107 win over the Timberwolves at the Target Center. Indianapolis made 66.7-percent of its shots on its way to 2-and-2. Victor Oladipo scored 28, while Darren Collison contributed 15 points with 16 assists. Minnesota was without Jimmy Butler due to an illness. The Pacers wrap up their three-game road trip tonight in Oklahoma City.
>>Colts’ Assistant Coach Mathis Arrested For Drunken Driving
(Indianapolis, IN) — Former Colts linebacker and current assistant coach Robert Mathis is facing drunken driving charges in Indiana following his arrest early this morning. Multiple outlets report Mathis was pulled over in Carmel after driving the wrong way on a one-way street and did not use his turn signal. The 36-year-old was hired to be the Colts’ pass-rush consultant just last month after retiring.
>>Colts Place Hooker On IR
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts have placed rookie safety Malik Hooker on injured reserve with a torn ACL and MCL. He suffered the injury in Sunday’s 27-0 home loss to Jacksonville. Hooker ends his season with 21 tackles and three interceptions. In other roster news, the Colts added wide receiver K.J. Brent and safety Ronald Martin to the practice squad and released running back Marcus Murphy from it.
>>Colts Prep For Bengals
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts are preparing for their Week Eight showdown with the Bengals on Sunday in Cincinnati. Indy has dropped back-to-back games to slip to 2-and-5. The Bengals are 2-and-4.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — The college locals are gearing up for their next games. On Saturday, 10th-ranked Notre Dame hosts number-15 NC State, Indiana visits Maryland, and Purdue hosts Nebraska.