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• Indianapolis-ish councilman Beurt SerVass demands the Colts repay the fans who paid money for tickets on Sunday. "To have all these people come down on a snowy night and have to pay (hundreds) for a ticket they want to see the Colts work," said SerVaas, who watched the game from home. "It really wasn't a football game. It was a spectacle and not a very nice spectacle."Colts' fans named Councilman Beurt Servass need to stick to fixing traffic lights and pot holes. [Indy Star]

• And more bad news from Indiana: Maurice Creek's knee is in a million little pieces. [MidWest Sports Fans]

• Yi Jianlian, giant Chinaman, continues to make the Nets interesting. [AP]

• Mike Tirico really, really wanted to show off what his kids bought him for Christmas. [The Sports Hernia]



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