The Indianapolis Colts have their fair share of questions entering training camp at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana including Reggie Wayne's return from an ACL injury, whether or not they have the right pieces in place to solidify an offensive line that struggled to keep pressure off Andrew Luck, and who, if any, of the rookies can step in and make an immediate impact on the team. On Tuesday's Ford and O'Bryan we looked for answers on those questions and more from Mike Chappell, who reports on the Colts for the Indianapolis Star newspaper.
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen says he is stepping down as owner of the team because he is battling Alzheimer's Disease. Bowlen explained he has been dealing with short term memory loss since 2009 that has become full-blown Alzheimer's according to his family.
Labor Day is around the corner and soon I will have to say "Bye-Bye" to my cute white capris. Which is a shame. Where is the origin of that rule? I need those capris. My labor day will be filled with sleep, work, and then, probably some homework
Your summer won't be complete without a trip to the 94th Annual Vanderburgh County 4-H fair. Rides, contests, games and tractor pulls! Trade in your points for two tickets. You'll receive special instructions below when you claim your tickets. There are only 15 pairs available!
On Sunday, Rory Mc Ilroy became the second youngest golfer in history to win the British Open at age 25. Mc Ilroy has won three majors, but has a long way to go to catch Tiger Woods who is stuck on 14. Like Tiger, Mc Ilroy was introduced introduced to the world as a child on TV...Rory at age 8, Tiger at age 2.
This past weekend, we hosted the Evansville Outdoor Expo at the Old National Events Plaza. On the Expressway Ram Stage, Stephanie and Kris Ford from Sons of Guns and The Edwards Family from Swamp People along with reptile handlers and fishing experts did interviews, meet and greets and hands-on demonstrations. If you missed it, check out our video below.
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