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Busy Colts sign RB Gore, DE Cole

Posted On March 10, 2015

Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - The Indianapolis Colts made a quick start to the free agency period, agreeing to terms with running back Frank Gore and defensive end Trent Cole on Tuesday. Gore had spent his entire 10-year career with San Francisco and was reportedly headed to Philadelphia, but apparently pulled out of a pending deal…

Colts bring back Adams

Posted On March 10, 2015

Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - The Indianapolis Colts have kept one of their defensive leaders in the fold, agreeing to terms with safety Mike Adams on a contract extension moments before he was set to hit free agency. The Indianapolis Star reported the deal to be for two years. Indianapolis also re-signed special teams ace Colt…

Indiana’s Ferrell, Purdue’s Davis, Hammons Receive Big Ten Honors

Posted On March 10, 2015

(undated) -- Indiana point guard Yogi Ferrell has been voted to the first-team all-conference for the Big Ten. Ferrell averaged 16 points and five assists in his junior year with the Hoosiers. Meanwhile Purdue guard Rapheal Davis was named the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year. He just edged teammate A.J. Hammons, who ended…

Report: Gore rethinking Eagles deal; Colts still in play

Posted On March 10, 2015

(SportsNetwork.com) - Veteran running back Frank Gore is reportedly having second thoughts about signing with the Philadelphia Eagles. On Sunday, Gore reportedly informed those around him that he planned to sign with Philadelphia when free agency begins on Tuesday.But NFL.com reported Monday that Gore has "pulled out" of the pending deal with the Eagles and…

Purdue Knocks Off Illinois

Posted On March 09, 2015

(West Lafayette, IN) -- Rapheal Davis racked up 18 points to lead Purdue to a 63-58 win over Illinois in the regular season finale from Mackey Arena. A.J. Hammons posted 16 points and 10 rebounds while Jon Octeus chipped in 11 points. Purdue finishes the regular season 20-and-11 and 12-and-6 in the Big-10.