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Overtime: Colts may struggle

BY BEN SIECK | ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR The Indianapolis Colts may disappoint fans hoping for a repeat of last year’s success, given this season’s prospective results. Despite winning their opening game against the Oakland Raiders, the 2013 Colts will be hard-pressed for wins in the coming weeks. The 2012 Colts, led by number one draft pick

RotoDawg: Week 1 player watch

The season is almost here! Tomorrow the defending champion Green Bay Packers take on the Saints from New Orleans. This game matches up two contenders to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Last year the Packers did just that in winning it all while the Saints flamed out and lost to the Seahawks in

OVERTIME: NHL needs to act on player deaths

The National Hockey League has been confronted with one of the most terrifying issues in the history of professional sports. While the other three major American professional sports leagues are dealing with lockout issues (National Basketball Association), post-lockout issues (National Football League) and boring postseason races (Major League Baseball), the NHL is faced with a

NFL greed could hurt Indy

$400 million in one weekend: that’s what the city of Indianapolis will lose out on if the National Football League and the NFL Players’ Association fail to renegotiate the collective bargaining agreement. While the league’s lockout “millionaire versus billionaire” fight continues into its fifth week, the city of Indianapolis is paying the price. Though tourism,