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BSRTV: John Shoop [$]

Purdue offensive coordinator John Shoop discusses the Boilers' first spring practice.

Pit Pass: Unable to commit to full season, Panther Racing turned...

Many were surprised when two-time IndyCar Series champion Panther Racing was not included in the sanctioning body's program that financially supports full-time teams.

Gallery: Spring ball Day 1

Evan Panfil and defensive coordinator Greg Hudson talk during the Boilermakers' first workout of the season. This and more images inside.

BSRTV: Darrell Hazell [$]

Purdue coach Darrell Hazell recaps the Boilers' first spring practice.

Notes: Boilers start up spring drills [$]

Purdue is looking to build confidence with its spring drills. Boiler Sports Report offers notes and quotes from day one from the Mollenkopf Center.

W. Basketball. Rip Squad Diaries: Big Ten Tournament Edition

Four weeks. Four weeks have passed since the last RIP Squad Diaries and for those of you who read these religiously, I sincerely apologize.

Football. Football Opens Spring Practice

The Boilermakers opened the 2014 spring practice schedule on Thursday inside the Mollenkopf Athletic Center. The team had its first of 15 spring practice sessions in just helmets.

Etling leads competitive group; Day 1 notes

Purdue insists that it has a quarterback competition this spring, with its top two vying for the job in 2014. But it's hard to ignore that Danny Etling gets the nod now. More on the QBs, plus other notes from the first day of spring inside.

Analysis: Spring practice No. 1 [$]

Jim Bridge and Purdue's coaches were stressing teaching and technique during the first spring practice. Our observations from Day 1 inside.

Environmental groups call for investigation of Duke power plant...

A coalition of environmental and citizens' groups called on Indiana regulators to launch a formal investigation into a growing list of problems and delays that have sharply crimped output of Duke Energy's controversial Edwardsport power plant.

Tully: For Indy to prosper, city needs all-out assault on crime...

Mayor Greg Ballard and his staff have come up with a great plan: rebuild the city's budget by rebuilding its tax base with thousands of new residents.

Craigslist rental scam fleeces woman out of $1,900

Indiana State Police are warning about an online home rental scam after a Plainfield woman was fleeced out of $1,900.

Indy Eleven owner says soccer stadium proposal will wait a year...

A well-connected Indianapolis developer who wants to build an $87 million soccer stadium in Indianapolis acknowledged today that the proposal will have to wait for another year.

Suspect accused of sexually assaulting 5 women in 2 days in Avon,...

Michael Parrish, the man charged in connection with the kidnapping and raping of two women in Avon, is facing 35 new charges in Marion County.

Carmel-North Central headlines big night of boys basketball sectional...

Trying to beat Carmel is a bit like attempting to hit a fluttering knuckleball in baseball.

2015 Purdue Basketball Recruiting: Ryan Cline

Purdue could use a shooter that is a top Mr. Basketball candidate in Indiana for 2015. Purdue currently has three open scholarships in the class of 2015 after the loss of Jay Simpson. With no seniors in 2015 the Boilers could be short-handed scholarship-wise yet again next season, but the open spots can be used on a wealth of in-state talent. One of those players is one that is quickly rising in the ranks and is a member of a two-time state champion. Last night I got to see Carmel's Ryan Clin

Bob Kravitz: NIT looms ahead for Indiana Hoosiers

News and Views:

Former Pacer Jermaine O'Neal was (and is) oh-so-good

If we're going to be honest about this, the chance that Jermaine O'Neal's No. 7 Pacers jersey will hang in the Banker's Life Fieldhouse rafters someday is the longest of long shots. For better or worse - mostly worse - he got caught in the wash of The Brawl and the post-Brawl hysterics, unfairly becoming a representative of everything that had gone wrong with the Indiana Pacers in 2003-04 and beyond.

Bob Kravitz: Too little, too late for Hoosiers?

They're growing up, but for the Indiana Hoosiers, it might be too little, too late.

Kravitz: 2014 Sochi Olympics wrapup

SOCHI, Russia - It began with security concerns, stray dogs, missing shower curtains and strange plumbing.

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