Colts hoping experience pays Super Bowl dividends

The Associated Press
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning (18) holds the Lamar Hunt Trophy after the Colts' 30-17 win over the New York Jets in the AFC championship game Sunday in Indianapolis.
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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts are about to use the
same Super Bowl game plan they used three years ago.

They'll stay at the same hotel, practice at the same facility
and follow virtually the same routine, hoping to deliver the same
result: A victory.

All season the Colts have said winning the Super Bowl was their
ultimate goal. Now that they're one win from achieving it, coach
Jim Caldwell is asking the veterans for their help.

Nearly half of Indy's roster was with the team when it beat the
Bears in Miami. Their message to the first-time Super Bowl
participants: Get any distractions resolved before returning to
practice Wednesday.