Ali Patberg had 18 points and nine assists, Mackenzie Holmes also scored 18 points and No. 17 Indiana beat Penn State 76-60 Thursday night in Big Ten women’s basketball action on in University Park, Pennsylvania.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Charlie Kimball and his longtime sponsor will move to AJ Foyt Racing for the upcoming IndyCar season. Kimball is the only driver so far announced for Texas-based team, which is seeking funding to keep two cars on the track in 2020.

Walter McCarty has been fired as Evansville's men's basketball coach after an investigation revealed additional allegations of off-court misconduct, the university announced Tuesday.

VILLANOVA, Pa. — As Villanova stumbled in its latest slow start — the usual Big East blowouts have been absent this season — coach Jay Wright wondered if a more divine pregame report had been ignored.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Shakira Austin scored 20 of her 22 points in the second half, Taylor Mikesell had 16 points and eight assists and No. 20 Maryland beat 17th-ranked Indiana 76-62 on Monday night.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs had just lost to the Tennessee Titans, their fourth defeat in the first 10 games of the season, and much of the optimism that surrounded the defending AFC champions had begun to evaporate amid the barbecue smoke that wafts over Arrowhead Stadium each autumn.

Astros manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow were fired Monday after the pair were suspended by Major League Baseball for the team's use of electronics for sign-stealing during Houston's run to the 2017 World Series title and again in the 2018 season.

Aaron Rodgers connected with Davante Adams eight times for 160 yards and two touchdowns, Green Bay's spruced-up defense fended off a spirited Seattle rally, and the Packers held on for a 28-23 victory Sunday night to reach the NFC championship game for the third time in six years.

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Nels L. Oneal, 92, of West Lafayette, passed away on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020, at his home. Nels was born Jan. 10, 1928 on a farm in Jasper County to Roy and Ada (Nelson) Oneal, the second of five children. He went to school at Pine Township for a year and a half and then went to school at Wade…