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Time is running out. For Indiana to avoid missing the NCAA Tournament for a fourth straight season, the Hoosiers may need another road win or two to boost a sagging resume.

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For decades, the nation's media have covered, and amplified, the controversies of rap music, from the hype of the East Coast-West Coast rivalry that framed the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G. in the 1990s, to last year's murder of Los Angeles rapper and activist Nipsey Hussle.

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In a game Indiana needed to restore its NCAA Tournament hopes, the Hoosiers got back to their identity Thursday night, fighting for rebounds, clamping down on defense and getting to the free-throw line.

They were just 11 words in a column featuring tens of thousands, but with them NBC Sports’ Peter King on Monday joined the chorus of voices connecting soon-to-be free agent quarterback Philip Rivers to the Indianapolis Colts.

If nothing else, Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich was clear about one thing following his team’s 7-9 finish in 2019.

On a seven-day break between games, Indiana’s goal is to get healthier before its showdown Saturday at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall against rival Purdue (2 p.m., ESPN2).

On a Friday night in January, with the stands half full in a home game against Hoosier Hills Conference rival Seymour, Bedford North Lawrence senior point guard Brayton Bailey sized up the defender in front of him.

After Indiana finished last season 15-6 at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall, head coach Archie Miller declared protecting homecourt a priority in the 2019-20 campaign.

As Indiana heads into a crucial stretch this week against a pair of ranked teams, the Hoosiers are showing they are capable of blanketing opposing teams if they set their minds to it.

CHAMPLAIN, N.Y. — Nolan LaValley, blind since birth, does not let his disability keep him from bowling and enjoying a sport he has learned from his high school coach and teammates.

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Noon at the Bailey-Kirk Funeral Home Chapel in Princeton. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Gardens in Princeton.

Noon at Rodriguez-Pocahontas Funeral Home Chapel in Pocahontas, Va. Burial will follow at Roselawn Memory Gardens in Princeton.

of Princeton Health Care Center and formerly of Bluefield died Wednesday February 19, 2020. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Mercer Funeral Home & Crematory of Bluefield.