(Undated) — Here is the latest sports news: Colts visit Rams Sunday. Pacers sign two. McGinnis, McGraw heading to Hall of Fame. Bulls blank Indians. 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 and newly acquired quarterback Jacoby Brissett will serve as his backup. The Colts got Brissett from New England over the weekend for receiver Phillip Dorsett. Andrew Luck is still not practicing for the Colts and won’t play this week.
>>Pacers Sign Two
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Pacers are adding a pair of tryout players before training camp. Indiana agreed to terms with forward DeQuan Jones and guard Trey McKinney-Jones on Thursday. McKinney Jones averaged 16.6 points in 48 games for the G-League Mad Ants last season. DeQuan last suited up in the NBA in 2013 with Orlando.
>>Two With Local Ties Headed To Basketball Hall of Fame
(Undated) — Two with local ties will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame this weekend. Former Pacers great George McGinnis and Notre Dame women’s coach Muffett McGraw are apart of the 11-person class. McGinnis played parts of seven season with the Pacers, and helped them win two ABA titles. He was the ABA’s MVP in 1974-1975 and played collegiately for Indiana. McGraw has coached at Notre Dame since 1987 and has one national title and seven Final Four appearances on her resume.
>>Bulls Blank Indians
(Durham, NC) — The Indians are down two games in their playoff series with the Bulls following a 2-0 loss in Durham Thursday. The Tribe piled up eight hits but couldn’t scratch a run across. Indy trails the five-game series, 2-0. Game Three is tonight at Victory Field. First pitch is at 7:15 p.m.
>>College Football Preview
(Undated) — In college football action tonight, Purdue plays host to Ohio. The Boilermakers are 0-and-1 after a season-opening loss to Louisville. Tomorrow, number-25 Notre Dame plays host to 15th-ranked Georgia in South Bend. The Hoosiers hit the road to take on Virginia.