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Reggie Wayne's return

REGGIE HAYES: Can COlts receiver regain the form he has shown in decade of excellence?

NASCAR slowly building history

When NASCAR first set foot upon the yard of bricks and the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1994, it was a track dominated by the legends of Foyt, Unser and Andretti.

Will affiliation help K's?

BLAKE SEBRING: Colorado Avalanche want both teams to succeed.

BSU's gridiron challenge

The thermometer on the streets of Muncie nearly touched 90 degrees Tuesday, but don't be misled by the sweat pouring down the back of your neck, for football season is here.

Retired series: Lloy Ball

Depending on the sport, not every athlete gets to share all of their success with their family.

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Colorado affiliation could be different and better for Komets

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Former International Hockey League Commissioner Bill Beagan once said, ``Sleeping with the NHL is a little like sleeping with a porcupine. They aren't very cuddly. They are cuddly only when they have to be, when it benefits them.''

NASCAR slowly building its own history at Brickyard

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When NASCAR first set foot upon the yard of bricks and the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1994, it was a track dominated by the legends of Foyt, Unser and Andretti.

Ball State football 2014: 5 areas to focus on

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Ball State will be participating in today's Mid-American Conference Football Media Day at Ford Field in Detroit, which is the site of the league title game in December.

Wayne's return ranks as No.1 topic in Colts camp

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At some point today, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne will arrive for training camp at Anderson University, undoubtedly in memorable fashion.