My 2014 Colts season prediction. Because I think there is rule somewhere mandating one.

Since the NFL season begins tonight, I figure it’s time for my Colts prediction. The Colts will go 10-6 and win the division. ehhh? I should say a little more than that? I think the Colts will stumble out of the gates early but finish strong. Indianapolis will start the season with a pair of likely […]

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Buckeyes and Fighting Irish agree to home and home series…in 8 years.

Ohio State and Notre Dame announced that they will play a home and home series in football beginning in 2022. The Buckeyes & Fighting Irish will play in Columbus on Sept. 3, 2022 and in South Bend on Sept. 23, 2023. While fans of both schools may be excited about the announcement, that is still 8 […]

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High school football and more on this edition of Scott Spouts Sports

Week one of the high school football season is in the books! I’m joined by Brownsburg Bulldogs color analyst for 1610 AM XRB and Audio Sports Online Chris Worley as we talk about Brownsburg, Avon and a little National League Central baseball. Chris even goes out on a limb about this weeks Ohio State vs. Navy […]

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MLB, NFL and 7.13 tonight on the return of Scott Spouts Sports from 9-10 PM here and on @IndianaTalks

Scott Spouts Sports returns to the airwaves tonight from 9-10 PM on Scott Spot Radio and Indiana Talks! Tonight I’ll be spouting off about some of the deals made at the MLB trade deadline. I’ll have some thoughts about the Cincinnati Reds. The ridiculousness of MLB rule 7.13 and finally the NFL. I’m back! And […]

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Pacers select Louis Labeyrie with 57th Pick then trade to Knicks

The Indiana Pacers had only one pick in last night’s 2014 NBA Draft. With the 57th pick, the Pacers chose Louis Labeyrie, a 6-10 forward from France. Indiana then traded Labeyrie to the New Your Knicks for cash considerations as Larry Bird proclaimed he was happy with the current make up of his team.

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James’ opt-out announcement has at least made this NBA draft interesting

I know I’ve said it before, but I really don’t care for professional sports drafts. I don’t mean to belittle their importance to the sports themselves. Without the amateur drafts, we don’t have the next LeBron James or Peyton Manning or Tom Brady or Joey Votto or any of today’s current sports stars. Well, Aroldis […]

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