Indiana State University has announced $50 Million in renovations to its basketball arena. Picture is provided in what it will look like once done. Continue reading →
2017 was the first year of stadium wide alcohol sales at football games.
Indianapolis has another U.S. citizen dead by an illegal immigrant.
This Sunday will be the grand daddy of them all for football fans and also one of the biggest betting events for bettors.
In a yet released economic study on when cities host the NFL Super Bowl, some data has leaked showing bad news for the city of Indianapolis. Continue reading →
The NFL playoffs begin this weekend. Players contracts are set up to pay throughout the season for the sixteen games that are played. Continue reading →
For many decades, NFL owners have set up sweet financial deals for themselves with local governments at the expense of the taxpayer. There are now some signs this could be ending. Continue reading →