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INDIANAPOLIS — Matt Eberflus cycled through his rolodex of defensive calls during the fourth quarter Monday night, but nothing the Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator dialed up could slow down Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Poised for a statement victory with a 16-point lead in the fourth quarter Monday night, the Indianapolis Colts instead suffered an epic collapse in a soul-crushing 31-25 overtime loss against the Baltimore Ravens.

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BLOOMINGTON -- Indiana coach Tom Allen didn’t commit to Jack Tuttle as the starting quarterback heading into Saturday’s homecoming matchup with No. 10 Michigan State (noon, FS1), but it appears more than likely Tuttle will make his third career start against the surging Spartans (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten).

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INDIANAPOLIS — Trayce Jackson-Davis has been Indiana’s best player each of the last two seasons, leading the Hoosiers in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots both years.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Michigan center Hunter Dickinson was one of the most popular faces of Big Ten basketball last season, a 7-foot-1 center with skills on the court and a jovial personality off of it.

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If Mark Zuckerberg seems irritable, he has good reason. His Facebook Empire is facing a digital scandal provoked by a former employee turned whistleblower.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Two years ago, during an enthusiastic postgame locker room argument at Lucas Oil Stadium, wide receiver T.Y. Hilton was adamant Ashton Dulin was the fastest player on the Indianapolis Colts’ roster.

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BLOOMINGTON – According to Indiana coaches, junior cornerback Tiawan Mullen showed signs of returning to his All-American form Saturday against Western Kentucky.

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BLOOMINGTON – Indiana wide receiver Jacolby Hewitt went through his own recovery from a torn ACL during the 2019 season, so his heart sank when he learned teammate and wide receiver D.J. Matthews sustained the same injury Saturday at Western Kentucky.

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BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Indiana needed a precise effort on offense and four field goals from sure-footed kicker Charles Campbell, but the Hoosiers were able to outlast Western Kentucky 33-31 in a wild, offensive affair Saturday night.

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