Gregg Doyel, Indianapolis Star

Gregg Doyel

Indianapolis Star

Indianapolis, IN, United States

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  • USA TODAY
  • North Jersey News
  • USA TODAY HSS
  • The Courier-Journal
  • Journal & Courier
  • Enquirer
  • The Star Press
  • Palladium-Item
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • C&P Top News
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Recent articles by Gregg:

Doyel: Nick Westbrook isn't your typical WR — not on the field, and definitely not off it

Nick Westbrook has posted one of the dominant receiving seasons in IU football history, and spends his down time volunteering all over Central Indiana → Read More

Doyel: Colts LB Ahmad Thomas was born without a family or future, then he found both

Once a baby without a family or future, Colts LB Ahmad Thomas now has two sets of parents, a wife and three kids of his own, and promising prospects. → Read More

Doyel: Why you should subscribe to IndyStar

At IndyStar, we do local journalism as well as anybody in the country. If you agree that it matters, please subscribe. → Read More

Doyel: Andrew Luck isn't practicing. Is it time to freak out?

Two years after nagging shoulder pain sidelined Colts QB Andrew Luck for season, a nagging calf strain sidelines him at training camp. Time to freak? → Read More

Doyel: Luck's health, love affair between Colts and fans steal show from training camp

Andrew Luck's injured calf looks as strong as the connection between the Colts and their fan base on the first day of training camp at Grand Park. → Read More

Doyel: 100 years ago, the NFL took its first baby steps in Indiana

Let's visit Hammond, Indiana, where George Halas and Jim Thorpe and Fritz Pollard played on a football field that helped give birth to modern-day NFL. → Read More

Doyel: Is this the last living man to play with Dick the Bruiser, and against Carl Erskine?

In high school, Bob Lennen played football with Dick the Bruiser, batted against Carl Erskine and defended three Mr. Basketballs. He has some stories. → Read More

Doyel: Home to McGinnis, Mount and the greatest pick-up basketball in Indiana

Before they died a quiet death, the tiny courts at Meadowood Park in Speedway were home to some of the state's biggest basketball legends. → Read More

Opinion: Meet Malcolm Brogdon, President Point Guard and newest member of the Pacers

Calling it "one of the best days in this franchise’s history," Pacers President Kevin Pritchard introduced star offseason addition Malcolm Brogdon. → Read More

Doyel: Meet Malcolm Brogdon, President Point Guard

Calling it "one of the best days in this franchise’s history," Pacers President Kevin Pritchard introduces star offseason addition Malcolm Brogdon. → Read More

Doyel: Kawhi Leonard, Paul George head to Clippers as NBA tilts away from teams like Pacers

Kawhi Leonard, Paul George join Kyrie and KD as latest NBA stars to exercise their power and march, two by two, toward their ark in pursuit of title. → Read More

One high school gym, two states, and the midcourt stripe has a secret

The small town of College Corner was settled on the state line, leading to the quirkiest high school — and basketball gym — in Indiana. And Ohio. → Read More

Column: One high school gym, two states: a midcourt stripe with an interesting divide

This high school basketball court has a hidden meaning. → Read More

Doyel: One high school gym, two states, and the midcourt stripe has a secret

The small town of College Corner was settled on the state line, leading to the quirkiest high school — and basketball gym — in Indiana. And Ohio. → Read More

Doyel: Malcolm Brogdon and Jeremy Lamb? Kevin Pritchard just made the Pacers a lot better

Indiana Pacers president Kevin Pritchard uses position of weakness to make Pacers stronger, adding Malcolm Brogdon and Jeremy Lamb to potent lineup. → Read More

Doyel: How much longer will we cherish the 1954 Milan Miracle?

For years the 1954 Milan team has looked back, celebrating the past. Now it looks forward, because nothing lasts forever. Not without the proper care. → Read More

Doyel: Milan Miracle's shadow has made Fillmore the greatest story never told from 1954

Their school was smaller and their record better, but Fillmore fell two games before facing Milan in 1954 Indiana state tourney. The rest is not history. → Read More

Doyel: Pacers have a winner in Goga Bitadze, but potential loser of a 2019-20 season

Victor Oladipo won't return soon, which could ruin the Pacers' upcoming season, but not detract from the promise of 1st-round draft pick Goga Bitadze. → Read More

Doyel: Goga Bitadze is a strange draft choice for the Pacers

The Indiana Pacers created a frontcourt glut on Thursday by drafting 6-11 Goga Bitadze and trading for high-scoring Phoenix forward T.J. Warren. → Read More

Why the Pacers could — and should — draft Romeo Langford

Fairy tale finish? IU freshman Romeo Langford's draft stock is slipping, perhaps down to the guard-desperate Pacers at No. 18 in the 2019 NBA Draft. → Read More