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Colt's Make it Personal Tour Stops in Bedford, IN

Colts tour comes to Bedford

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The Indianapolis Colts sponsored a day-long fan festival in Bedford on Wednesday as part of their Make it Personal Tour.  The tour will visit 18 different cities across both Indiana and Illinois during the months of June and July.


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Hoosiers snag several highly ranked recruits

A slew of commitments for the 2011 class have come in the past week, with several recruits verbally committing to play for Bill Lynch and the Hoosiers.


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Carroll committed the perfect college crime

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It’s only fitting that the NCAA hit the USC football program with a 2-year postseason ban, a loss of 30 scholarships, and a required vacancy of all wins from December 2004 to January 2006, after an investigation found former running back Reggie Bush received improper benefits from individuals outside the program.


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Education No. 1 goal for team

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Eighty-three members of the football team earned a 3.0 grade point average during the 2009-2010 academic year. Forty-two athletes earned the distinction in the fall and 41 athletes in the spring. 




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Spring game exceeds Glass’ expectations

Heading into this year’s Cream and Crimson Spring Game, IU Athletics Director Fred Glass said he wouldn’t measure success by the number of people in the stands.  He had no hard numbers to compare it to — because previous administrations didn’t count attendance — but Glass said the turnout was obviously better than it normally was, and he’s ecstatic to see 5,325 people in the stands.


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In last practice until August, Crimson wins error-filled game vs. Cream, 17-10

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A record 5,325 fans traveled to Memorial Stadium for the annual Cream and Crimson Spring Game on Saturday. But if they were looking for mistake-free football, they went to the wrong place. Seven total turnovers and nine punts highlighted Crimson’s 17-10 victory, something IU coach Bill Lynch attributed to the divided nature of a spring game.



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Glass, IU Athletics changing spring game culture

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If you are looking for attendance numbers from previous IU spring games, don’t bother — they aren’t there. But Athletics Director Fred Glass can give you a pretty good idea of the scene. 




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Chappell, Replogle taking reins of younger squad

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Having lost 20 seniors and returning only four defensive starters from last season, IU coach Bill Lynch ended 2009 with a hazy view of his team’s on-field leadership. Entering the spring, things have become much clearer.


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Football student section to become ‘The Quarry’

For the second-straight season, the IU Athletics Department is asking Hoosier football fans to design a T-shirt for the Memorial Stadium student section. This year, though, they have an official name to work with.



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Notre Dame recruit dies from drunken fall

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A “drunk and belligerent” 17-year-old Notre Dame football recruit was killed in a fall from a fifth-floor hotel balcony during his senior-year spring break in Florida, authorities said Saturday.


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New-look Hoosiers begin spring practice

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When the IU football team trains before and during the 2010 season, the players will wear workout shirts with the word “finish” scrawled in large letters across the back. But before the Hoosiers can finish, they’ll have to start. With spring practice kicking off today, IU coach Bill Lynch said at his press conference he is excited for new beginnings at Memorial Stadium.


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Off-field problems persist for Michigan State football team

EAST LANSING, Mich. — Former Michigan State running back Glenn Winston has been sentenced to 180 days in jail and a year of probation for his role in a Nov. 22 fight with members of a campus fraternity.


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Attendance increase major step for IU

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By the end of the 2009 season, the IU football team had only won one more game than it had in the previous year, going 4-8. The team lost to Purdue again. It finished at the bottom of the Big Ten again. It was the second-worst team in at-home attendance in the Big Ten again. But maybe that last fact isn’t as clear-cut as it seems. Home attendance increased by an average of more than 10,051 fans per game, the third-largest increase in the nation.