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October 13, 2013

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I hope many people in this area will make the trip down to IUPU-I's Carroll Stadium to give this team your support.

It will seem a bit odd to not watch an Indianapolis Colts game on television today. But that also explains why you will not find an Indianapolis Colts page in this edition of THB. Look for it in Monday's edition. That's when the team goes to San Diego for its first national prime time game.

My prediction is that the Colts will win by nine, a score that will be something like 30-21.

This marks the first of Indy's prime time spree. After the Monday Night Game, then there's Sunday night next week against that ex-quarterback the Colts used to employ. then following a week off it will be another Sunday night game, this time at Houston.

Sports Editor Rick Teverbaugh's columns appear twice weekly.


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