Hundreds of Hoosiers gathered on the south steps of the Indiana Statehouse to kick off the Indiana Moral Mondays Movement, and Amber Stearns was there.
Your faithful Ed.Blogger was biking this weekend, and missed IU’s Diabolique Film Fest. But we’ll be looking for these titles, especially Possessed Forklift of Death (2014).
The last Chef’s Night Off menu sounds like it was pretty damn outstanding.
Our Colts prognosticator has officially become “terrifying.” His picks for the first three games:
Sept. 7 at Denver: Luck vs. Manning? What more needs to be said? Besides the obvious — this game will see Peyton hurling the damn ball all over the field without ol’ Bob to slow him down with a sack or 30. Broncs 37, Colts 21. (This is the first prime-time Sunday night game airing on NBC this season. Bring the hype.)
Sept. 15 v. Eagles: The Colts welcome what’s probably the best team in a meh division, the NFC East (we play all the teams in said division in 2014) for the home opener. Expect deafening crowd noise when a hopefully-completely-healed Reggie Wayne catches his first ball. It’s a Monday night game, too. So what could possibly completely freak out everybody in Blue Nation? An 0-2 start. Iggles 23, Colts 21.
Sept. 21 at Jags: Blake Bortles is the future! Maybe, but not the present. This is where the Colts start looking like an NFL team. Colts 49, Jags 3. (PROP BET: More people will watch this game in the Greenwood Buffalo Wild Wings than will actually show up in Jacksonville.)
Here’s how to quit your gig on live TV and ensure you’ll never work in broadcasting again. (NSFW LANGUAGE, people.)