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Big Ten title-game tickets go on sale


(courtesy of Big Ten Conference)

Tickets for the inaugural Big Ten football championship game, December 3 in Indianapolis, will be on sale to the public at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, July 30.

Tickets can be bought through Ticketmaster at or by calling 800-745-3000, or from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lucas Oil Stadium ticket office in Indianapolis.

The tickets range from $50 to $125. Orders will be limited to eight tickets. Customers will have a chance at a later date to buy tickets in a comparable location for the 2012 game.


Info courtesy of the Big Ten Conference

Big Ten announces title game cities and sites


(courtesy of Big Ten via wikipedia commons)

The Big Ten Conference has selected Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis to be the site of its football championship game through 2015.

Indianapolis was selected over Chicago’s Soldier Field due to the fact the conference wanted the game indoors.

The conference had already selected Indy as the host city to its inaugural championship game to be played on December 3, 2011.

The Big Ten also announced that it would be rotating the men’s and women’s basketball tournament between Chicago and Indianapolis in 2013.

The men’s tournament will be played at the United Center in 2013 and 2015. The women’s tournament will be played at the Sears Centre in suburban Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the same year. Conseco Fieldhouse will play host to both tournaments in 2014 and 2016.


Info courtesy of the Big Ten Conference

Jets beat Colts; head to New England for divisional playoff round

The New York Jets took control in the second half and rallied twice for a 17-16 win over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC wild card game in Lucas Oil Stadium.

Nick Folk made a 32-yard field goal as time expired to give the Jets a trip to #1 seed New England in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs this Sunday.

Nick Folk (file photo)

The Jets moved the ball quickly driving 40 yards in five plays to get to the winning field goal. The drive was set up by an outstanding 47-yard kickoff return by Antonio Cromartie. Mark Sanchez completed passes of 9 yards to Braylon Edwards and 11 yards to Santonio Holmes to get the ball to the Colts’ 34-yard line. Two plays later, Sanchez hit Edwards again for 18 yards to the 14, and the Jets let the clock run down to three seconds before calling timeout and setting up the game-winner by Folk.

Colts QB Peyton Manning completed 18 of 26 passes for 225 yards and 1 TD.

Jets RB LaDainian Tomlinson rushed 16 times for 82 yards and scored on two 1-yard runs.

compiled from NFL & New York Jets news

BENGALS NOTES: Lose at Indianapolis, 23-17

The Indianpolis Colts have been getting by all season using second and third string players.

On Sunday, with eight starters out of the lineup, the Cincinnati Bengals could not beat the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, and lost 23-17. The Colts have won 17 of their last 18 games.

The Bengals have several chances to win the game, but committed five turnovers which halped the Colts move to 6-3 and leave them alone in first place in the AFC South Division.

Peyton Manning (file photo)

Manning did not have dominating stats, but just good enough to win, completing 20 of 36 passing for 185 yards and no touchdowns. That is the second game this season when be did not throw a touchdown.

The struggling Bengals, who don’t use trick plays enough, pulled one off on the Colts. On fourth-and-1-at their own 24-yard line, Cincinnati pulled punter Kevin Huber off the field and allowed running back Brian Leonard to run for 42 yards for the first down.


* Placekicker Mike Nugent season has come to an end after suffering a right knee injury on an onside kick in Sunday’s game. He was 15 of 19 on field gaols this season.

* The Bengals offensive line did a good job against the Colts pass rushing tandem of Dwight Freeney and Robert Mathis. They only allowed three sacks the whole game.

* Bengals rookie Carlos Dunlap picked up his first NFL sack, in the fourth quarter dropping Peyton Manning for a 4-yard loss.

compiled from staff, NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

Bengals end preseason at 3-2 with 30-28 win over Indianapolis Colts

Cincinnati Bengals rookie running back Cedric Peerman, from the University of Virginia, a longshot to make the team in pre-season, might end up on the 53-man roster due to the fact that he has performed well in every preseason game.

His latest game on Thursday against the Indianapolis Colts might’ve been the roster-clincher.

His 93-yard touchdown in the third quarter led the Cincinnati Bengals to a 30-28 squeaker over the Colts in Lucas Oil Stadium. The score put the Bengals up 13-6.

Peerman finished with 100 yards rushing and had a 50-yard kickoff return.

Cedric Peerman Bengals (NFL)

Mike Nugent Bengals PK (NFL)

Carson Palmer’s brother, Jordan Palmer, completed 10 of 14 passes for 115 yards and two touchdowns for the Bengals (3-2).

Colts star quarterback Peyton Manning didn’t play, and most of the Colts’ starters took the night to rest. Curtis Painter from Purdue was the starter and completed 9 of 20 passes for 114 yards. Backup Tom Brandstater completed 10 of 18 passes for 177 yards and three scores, all to rookie Brandon James.

James finished with four catches for 56 yards and had two kickoff returns for 35 yards.

Blair White, the rookie WR from Michigan State, trying to get a spot in the Colts overcrowded receiving corps, had seven catches for 132 yards.

2010 is the sixth winless preseason in Colts (0-4) history. They last failed to win a preseason game in 2005, then finished with the league’s best record during the regular season.

Mike Nugent, trying to win the Bengals place-kicking job, kickedĀ  52 and 34-yard field goals to help his cause.

compiled from staff, Cincinnati Bengals & NFL news

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