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GLSEN gay bullying 'Think before you speak' PSA to run at Super Bowl XLVI


GLSEN has announced that PSAs about anti-gay bullying will run on a video billboard outside Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis as football fans enter the Super Bowl. The "Think Before You Speak" ads...

SBNation.com Reporting Madonna Will Be Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show At Lucas Oil Stadium


SBNation.com brings you the exclusive announcement of the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime show, right here in Indianapolis.

Steele, Perkins, WVU, Hawaii, and the Rest of the News


As of Monday morning we have a mere 89 days until the Irish kickoff the 2011 season against South Florida. The players are back on campus for the summer sessions and while we wait for some news...

Lucas Oil Stadium to Host Big Ten Championship Game


The Big Ten conference will hold their first championship game in Lucas Oil Stadium.



Every day of the NCAA Tournament, BracketCat will discuss the day's upcoming games. Today's entry previews the fifth round.




Three Former Cats Headed to NFL Combine


Former Kansas State football players Jeron Mastrud, Brandon Banks and Joshua Moore will participate in the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, beginning Wednesday in Indianapolis. The 2010 Scouting Combine is the annual job fair for prospective new NFL players. For six days at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, players are put through a series of drills, tests and interviews with more than 600 NFL personnel, including head coaches, general managers and scouts.

Lucas Oil Stadium named 2009 Sports Facility Of The Year


Lucas Oil Stadium named best sports facility for 2009.

Let this be a lesson to the NCAA: Don't hold the Final Four in friggin Detroit


Link from Deadspin: It seems Indy's mayor (Greg Ballard) was ROBBED as he exited Ford Field Saturday night. Next year, the Final Four will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Maybe we should rob Detroit's mayor next year, just to make things square.

BigBlueShoe quoted in New York Times


I guess this means our little blog has made the "big time." A NY Times writer (Stephanie Clifford) for their Business section contacted me looking for a fan's point of view on the article's substance (stadium sponsorship and advertising). It's an interesting read. Comment on the article here.

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