(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news: Bengals outlast Colts.  Report: Luck seeking more opinions on shoulder.  Pacers nip Spurs.  College football roundup.

>>Bengals Outlast Colts

(Cincinnati, OH)  —  Carlos Dunlap returned a Jacoby Brissett interception for the game-winning score as the Bengals outlasted the Colts, 24-23, in Cincinnati.  Dunlap batted the pass into the air and caught it himself to put Cincy on top for good.  Brissett threw for 233 yards, two scores and the costly interception as the Colts fell to 2-and-6 and 0-and-4 away from home.  Jack Doyle caught 12 passes for 121 yards and a touchdown in defeat.  The Colts visit the Texans this coming Sunday.

>>Report: Luck Seeking More Opinions On Shoulder

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is seeking second opinions on why his throwing shoulder is not progressing as expected.  Multiple reports state Luck will meet with a specialist today.  Luck underwent surgery on his torn labrum back in January.  He returned the practice field a couple weeks ago, but was shut down again after having a setback.  The Colts traded for Jacoby Brissett in the preseason and he has served as the team’s starting quarterback since Week Two.

>>Pacers Nip Spurs

(Indianapolis, IN)  —  Victor Oladipo [[ O-la-dee-po ]] made a go-ahead trey with 10 second left, and finished with a team-high 23 points, as the Pacers edged the Spurs 97-94 in Indianapolis.  Domantas Sabonis [[ doh-MAHN-tiss  sa-BONE-iss ]] had 22 points and a dozen rebounds for Indiana.  Pacers forward Bojan Bogdanovic [[ OY-ahn  bog-DON-O-Vich ]] contributed 15 points and eight boards.  The Spurs are now 3-and-3 and host the Kings tomorrow.

>>College Football Roundup

(Undated)  —  In college football action this past weekend, Notre Dame knocked off North Carolina State, 35-14.  The Irish improved to 7-and-1 and are ranked eighth in the country.  Indiana lost its third straight game, 42-39, to Maryland.  The Hoosiers are 3-and-5.  Purdue also lost its third game in a row, 25-24, to Nebraska and sports a 3-and-5 record.