(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts visit Rams Sunday. Luck, Davis, Kelly out for Colts. Pacers’ Owner: Not suing NBA, Lakers. Indians open postseason with loss. College football preview.
>>Colts Visit Rams Sunday
(Los Angeles, CA) — The Colts kick off the 2017 season on the road as they visit the L.A. Rams on Sunday. Scott Tolzien will start at quarterback as Andrew Luck has been ruled out for week one. Newly acquired quarterback Jacoby Brissett will not challenge for the starting job, but is now Tolzien’s back-up and has been busy learning the playbook.
>>Still No Practice For Luck
(Indianapolis, IN) — Colts quarterback Andrew Luck did not practice on Wednesday. The team took him off the physically-unable-to-perform list over the weekend, but Luck has yet to see the field. His status for Week Two is up in the air, but he is definitely out Sunday versus the Rams. In other injury news, cornerback Vontae Davis and center Ryan Kelly have been ruled out for Sunday.
>>Pacers’ Owner: Not Suing NBA, Lakers
(Indianapolis, IN) — Contrary to recent reports, Indiana Pacers owner Herb Simon has no plans to pursue legal action against the Los Angeles Lakers or the NBA as a result of the Paul George tampering ordeal. Simon released a statement Wednesday saying they “agree with the NBA’s findings and want to put this issue behind us”. The Lakers were fined 500-thousand dollars by the league following an investigation.
>>Indians Fall To Bulls In Game One
(Durham, NC) — The Indians continue playoff action tonight against the Bulls in Durham after falling 10-3 in Game One on Wednesday. Starter Clay Holmes gave up seven hits and six runs over four-plus innings to take the loss for Indianapolis. The Tribe trail the five-game semifinal series, 1-0. Game Two gets going at 6:35 p.m. in Durham before the series shifts to Indianapolis tomorrow.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — In college football action tomorrow night, Purdue plays host to Ohio. On Saturday, number-25 Notre Dame faces 15th-ranked Georgia in South Bend, while Indiana hits the road to take on Virginia.