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Brandon and Jonathan recap the week in sports including Victor Oladipo's season-ending injury, where the Pacers go next, and what to expect the rest of the season.  The guys give their Super Bowl XLIII preview and official predictions.  The guys talk college basketball and can IU snap this losing streak and make the NCAA Tournament, and Purdue continuing their winning streak and more with Crossroads Sports college basketball guru Nick Peterson!   Twitter:  @Brandonreef @3foolishmen @crossrdssports

OFFICIAL: Victor Oladipo suffers ruptured quad tendon; Ending his season

The Pacers announced this afternoon that Victor Oladipo suffered a rupture quad tendon, effectively ending his season.  This is a HUGE blow for the Pacers who are currently in 3rd place only 2.5 games out of the 1 seed.  It will now be telling to see how this team steps up and performs the rest of the season.  This team WILL make the playoffs, there is no way this team with all the talent they have missed the playoffs.  They would likely have to win no more than 5 games the rest of the season to not make the playoffs. The recovery for Victor is a lengthy and a challenging one as many sports injury experts have said.  It is a

Pacers star Victor Oladipo goes down with serious knee injury

Pacers star guard Victor Oladipo went down with a gruesome knee injury in the 2nd quarter of the Pacers games Wednesday night at Banker's Life Fieldhouse.  As Oladipo was chasing down a ball, he fell and let out a scream and looked at his team and knew it was serious as he screamed with trainers coming in at a silent Banker's Life Fieldhouse.  The official Pacers report is that Victor Oladipo suffered a severe knee injury and will get an MRI on Thursday.    #PrayerstoVictor I am sick to my stomach as I was watching the Paul George injury live on tv.  We have had nothing but bad luck here in Indy with our sports stars. George, Manning, Luck and now