Sports Minute: Here is the latest Indiana sports news from The A - News, Weather & Sports

Sports Minute: Here is the latest Indiana sports news from The Associated Press

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Jacoby Brissett let Sunday's game-changing interception linger long enough. All the Indianapolis Colts' new starting quarterback ever wanted was a second chance. It will come Sunday when the Cleveland Browns come to Indy. Both teams are winless after two games.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - Long trumpeted as a lockdown linebacker when it comes to stopping option-oriented offenses, Notre Dame senior Greer Martini has pushed for more playing time. After all, the Irish only play option-based opponents two or three times per year. Martini and Notre Dame are preparing for Saturday's game at Michigan State.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Chip Ganassi Racing will return to a two-car team in the IndyCar Series next season. Scott Dixon will return as driver of the No. 9. The team says a driver for the No. 10 will be announced later. Tony Kanaan is expected to move to A.J. Foyt Racing, and it is not clear what Charlie Kimball and Max Chilton will do next season.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - National champion Ragan Smith and Olympic alternate Ashton Locklear will lead the U.S. women's gymnastics team to the world championships in Montreal next month. Jade Carey and Morgan Hurd also will compete for the four-woman U.S. team when the event begins on Oct. 4. Jordan Chiles, who finished runner-up to Smith at the national championships in August, will serve as the alternate.

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