Steve Nicewanger’s Story Archive

Colts Notes

The Colts took it on the chin from the Steelers this week in a real heartbreaker. Jacoby Brissett heaved two touchdown passes of 60 yards to give the home team a 17-3 advantage in the third quarter — one to Donte Moncrief in the first quarter and one to Chester … Read More

The Winds of November Come Early

A Third Victory for the Horseshoe The Colts scored a hard fought win last Sunday (Nov. 5) at Houston against the Texans. The Horseshoe found the Texans reeling from the loss of their All-Star rookie quarterback DeShawn Watson from a practice injury. Watson tore his ACL in a scrimmage and … Read More

A Conversation With John Feinstein

Award winning sports author John Feinstein was in Indy to promote his new book The First Major about his experience covering the 2016 Ryder Cup. Mr. Feinstein is considered by many to be the Dean of American sports authors. He is meticulous in his research and his eye for detail … Read More

Samhain or Halloween

October 31 is All Hallow’s Eve, the day before November 1 which is All Saints Day, a very sacred day in the tradition of the Catholic Church. So where did Halloween come from? About 3,500 B.C., the Celts, Gauls and other Germanic tribes of Northern and Western Europe developed into … Read More

Horseshoe Halloween Horrors

What is the scariest costume for Trick or Treat this year? An Indianapolis Colts uniform! There are some walking dead zombies that have invaded Lucas Oil Stadium and eating away the chances for any kind of a respectable season. In the last ten days we have seen them turn in … Read More