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The RailCats are hovering around .500 in the American Association standings and struggling at the ticket window, so it's time for drastic measures.
We're a spoiled society.
Sports ownership is seldom beloved and waiving the face of your franchise will get the angry villagers lighting torches quicker than anything.
Tim Keough, a jolly old soul while retired and living in Arizona, told friends in Northwest Indiana that he often was "booked" making appearances as Santa Claus at the local stores during Christmas.
WEST LAFAYETTE | The term “mental toughness” in sports today is so often watered down.
For an insider's scoop on the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat, ask E'Twaun Moore.
John Baratto's East Chicago Washington basketball teams produced several great players, but the movie credits didn't end there.
I like new Purdue football skipper Darrell Hazell. He avoids the ho-hum coach speak that puts you to sleep.
You watch LeBron James take off at midcourt for a windmill dunk or Kevin Durant pull up for a 3, then fall backwards into the third row.
West Side junior sprinter Jonvae Johnson has qualified in four events for today's Valparaiso Regional.
The athletic programs in Gary have become a joke, like the hapless victim who unknowingly has a "KICK ME!" sign taped to his back at the workplace.
Name calling and organized sports go together like buttered popcorn.
You have the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft and money to burn.
E.C. Central senior high jumper Kenneth Lloyd has already cleared a school record 6-10 indoors and 6-8 outdoors this season.
CHICAGO | What do you do, what do you say, when the end is inevitable?
CHICAGO | You can't stop Sasquatch with spitballs.
CHICAGO | Coach Tom Thibodeau says we're missing the real story.
North Newton track and cross country coach Tim Loughmiller, 2013
North Newton's Austin Olive is closing in on the school's 30-year-old 110-meter high hurdle record, held by his uncle.
North Newton senior Austin Olive follows his father and uncle as one of the top hurdlers in school history.
Quit dumping your vitriol on Derrick Rose, OK?
CHICAGO | Nate Robinson isn't human.
CHICAGO | Free spirit Joakim Noah has undergone an amazing transformation from clown to All-Star since joining the Bulls.
Munster distance star Tommy Bolanowski is an honors student who carries a 4.25 grade point average.
Munster junior Tommy Bolanowski has the team's best times for the 800 (2:06.9), 1,600 (4:26.0) and 3,200 (10:17.0) and was a state qualifier in the mile last season.
Besides growing up together in cozy Lovington, New Mexico and being best friends, the bond between Brian Urlacher and Brandon Ridenour is as basic as milk.
Fans will turn on a professional athlete faster than a rabid dog. It's their nature as paying customers.
Batiste Haywood has a plan, a pretty good one at that.
Crown Point's Jordan Kelly vaulted 14 feet, 6 inches at the Hoosier State Relays Indoor Finals in March, good for third place.
Crown Point senior Jordan Kelly placed ninth downstate in the pole vault last season and is shooting for 16 feet, if only the fickle weather would cooperate.
Mary "Merciless" McGee has literally been a fighter all her life.
You could sense the shock and deep sadness in Carey Pinkowski's voice as if he were sitting next you at a Starbucks, baring his soul.
An open letter to Michigan's Glenn Robinson III, Mitch McGary and Spike Albrecht:
CHICAGO | Cover your children's ears. Don't touch the Derrick Rose poster in their bedroom, though purple bunting taped across it might be appropriate.
Hobart's Matt Stewart, who stands 6-foot tall, has cleared a personal best 6-8 in the high jump, which he shows in this photo.
Feel-good stories are as rare as a Cubs winning streak.
Next to the Super Bowl, the NCAA men's basketball championship is the most popular sporting event in this country.
It was once believed Jerome Harmon could fly.
CHICAGO | Now at power forward for the Orlando Magic, No. 55, E'Twaun Moore.
Merrillville senior Austin Jamerson credits his weight room regimen for his track success in the high jump, long jump and low hurdles.
Merrillville track standout Austin Jamerson prepares to lift 500 pounds in the inertia split squat used to strengthen calves and quads.
CHICAGO | How sad that a high school player's future can be summed up with flashy one-liners and comparisons to an NBA star.
Occasionally, social media gets it right.
If Erik Campbell was an assistant for Marc Trestman last season, he might be on the Bears payroll in 2013-14.
CHICAGO | I took the bait. I feel so dumb.
Highland brothers Ian Hardy, left, and Seth Hardy are the 1-2 punch on this year's track squad. Ian has cleared 14 feet in the pole vault and Seth is a 6-4 high jumper.
Highland twin brothers Ian Hardy, left, and Seth Hardy were regional qualifiers as sophomores last year.
What were you doing on Feb. 3?
WEST LAFAYETTE | Kawann Short wants so badly to play pro football, he's given up pizza and ribs and chocolate sundaes.
Kawann Short's Pro Day at Purdue drew close to 40 NFL scouts Monday morning.
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