(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts hold off Browns. Report: Colts’ Luck to practice this week. Pacers host Media Day, camp starts tomorrow. College football roundup.
>>Colts Hold Off Browns For First Win
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Colts scored three second-quarter touchdowns and held off the pesky Browns in a 31-28 victory in Indianapolis. Jacoby Brissett hooked up with T.Y. Hilton on a 61-yard touchdown pass and also rushed for two touchdowns to lead Indianapolis in his second start with the team. Frank Gore found the end zone and became the ninth NFL player with three-thousand career carries. Rashaan Melvin had two key interceptions as Indy earned its first win. The Colts visit the Seahawks on Sunday.
>>Colts Partake In Protests
(Indianapolis, IN) — Pre-game protests dominated headlines around the NFL on Sunday, and the Colts played a role. Colts safety Darius Butler, safety Malik Hooker, and almost 10 other Colts took a knee during the national anthem before Sunday’s. About 20 Browns players knelt as well. The displays came after President Trump’s call for fans to boycott NFL games and for professional athletes to be suspended or fired for not standing for the national anthem.
>>Report: Colts’ Luck To Practice This Week
(Indianapolis, IN) — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is expected to take the practice field this week for the first time this year. ESPN reports Luck could return anytime between weeks five and seven as he works his way into playing shape. Luck underwent shoulder surgery in January and has not practiced since.
>>Pacers Host Media Day Today, Training Camp Starts Tomorrow
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Pacers will hold their annual Media Day today and will tip off training camp tomorrow. Indiana is moving on from the Paul George era, and head coach Nate McMillan enters his second season at the helm. The preseason tips off next Wednesday when the Pacers visit the Bucks.
>>College Football Roundup
(Undated) — In college football action over the weekend, Indiana steamrolled Georgia Southern, 52-17. Purdue took a 28-10 loss to seventh-ranked Michigan. Notre Dame earned a 38-18 road win over Michigan State. This upcoming Saturday, 2-and-1 Indiana hits the road to face number-four Penn State. The 2-and-2 Boilermakers are on a bye, and 3-and-1 Notre Dame hosts Miami-of-Ohio.