Ilya Shapiro asks, “If luxury stadiums were hugely profitable, why would the savvy businessmen who own the teams let the politicians in on the windfall?”
The Oklahoma City Thunder is making their first trip to the Western Conference finals after ousting the Los Angeles Lakers in five games. Naturally, rioting and gunplay ensued.
Uni-watch is holding a contest for a redesign of the uniforms for the NFL’s Washington Redskins.
Larry Bird has been named NBA Executive of the Year. Is there any basketball-related honor he hasn’t won?
An object lesson in the problems with our intellectual property laws
Another potential scandal in New Orleans.
You’ve likely heard that Alabama’s 2011 football championship trophy was accidentally smashed last weekend by the father of one of the players. Now, as Paul Harvey would have said, for the rest of the story.
Pat Summitt’s predecessor stepped down as head coach to work on her doctorate.
Pat Summitt, arguably the greatest women’s basketball coach of all time, is stepping down to deal with Alzheimer’s .
The student-athlete fairytale is true. Except where you would reasonably expect it to be a lie.
Reebok is rushing to sell Tim Tebow merchandise before its NFL rights expire. Nike is crying Foul.
CBS Sports’ Mike Freeman takes a new look at New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton’s bestseller Home Team in light of the bounty scandal that broke yesterday.
After a depressing and sad end to a storied career, Penn State’s legendary JoePa has passed away.
College football coaching salaries jumped 35 percent last year and 55 percent in the last six.
Tim Tebow has been at the center of a culture war battle, but he seems to have a more balanced view of the whole thing.
Republican candidates have reached out to Tim Tebow for an endorsement. Desperation?
There’s no perfect system for choosing a champion but we can do better than this.
The Panthers rookie is having a historic season. Were doubts that he could succeed colored by race?
Mark Richt, head football coach of the University of Georgia Bulldogs, inadvertantly broke NCAA rules by paying coaches and other employees extra money out of his own pocket.