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Hazen garnering IU,PU interest

When it comes to Brachen Hazen's fit on the basketball court, his present situation is likely much different than what his future will be.

NFL at the quarter point

The NFL reached the end of the first quarter of the season and the Detroit Lions are 3-1.

Purdue football

And so we have, at last, the potential answer to Purdue's offensive woes: Raheem Mostert and B.J. Knauf.

Cheap Shots

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter retired after a tour of baseball that included cheers from completely sober Boston Red Sox fans.

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Sports

In his words: Stanford coach talks on getting Indiana talent

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The Stanford University football roster includes student-athletes from 30 states, as well as Mexico.

Podcast: N-S Sports Talk, Komets training camp

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The Fort Wayne Komets open their 2014 training camp Sunday at the Canlan Ice Rink.

Notre Dame coach: Sideline confusion unlikely with Irish

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SOUTH BEND – In early September, the Notre Dame football program displayed its dominance of Michigan with a 31-0 victory over its longtime rivals at Notre Dame Stadium.

NFL at the quarter point: Luck moving up, Brady moving down

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The NFL reached the end of the first quarter of the season and the Detroit Lions are 3-1 despite having players injured while doing the “Discount Double Check” and potty training a puppy. Maybe this is finally their year.