A depressing day in the world of sports journalism.
A depressing day in the world of sports journalism.
Putting together a fair slate of games is a whole lot harder than it looks.
Ending an eleven-year drought, Tiger Woods is back on top at a major tournament.
More turmoil in the UNC athletic program threatens Carolina’s academic standing.
Tennis great Martina Navratilova is facing criticism for raising questions about how sports handles the issue of transgender athletes competing within the gender they identify with. She shouldn’t be.
A confidential agreement has ended a collusion suit filed against the National Football League in 2017.
The best Relief Pitcher in Major League history has been unanimously inducted into the Baseball Hall Of Fame.
Nine years after retiring as Head Coach at Florida, Urban Meyer announced earlier this week that he would retire from his current position at Ohio State after the Rose Bowl.
New evidence indicates that the same Russian backed bots and trolls that sought to influence the 2016 election are now attempting to exploit the social divisions raised by the N.F.L. players kneeling during the National Anthem.
Lost in all the news about Serena Williams and her arguments with an umpire during last night’s match is the fact that Naomi Osaka represents the face of what appears to be a Japan that is changing for the better.
Author Sam Anderson puts forward a rather strange hypothesis in Politico.
The Ohio State University Board of Trustees has suspended football coach Urban Meyer for three games over his handling of allegations of domestic violence by an Assistant Coach dating back to 2015.
ESPN won’t air the National Anthem before regular season games this year, but that probably won’t stop the President from ranting about it.
The head football coach at the University of Maryland has been suspended after reports of a “toxic environment” that led to the death of a student athlete in June.
The first night of games in the N.F.L. pre-season included some sporadic protests during the National Anthem, and prompted a predictable response from the President.
You might say he body slammed the opposition.
In the wake of a grievance filed by the union representing players, the N.F.L. has suspended the new National Anthem policy it announced earlier this year. This guarantees even more cynical political exploitation by the President.
The NBA’s best player has moved closer to his business interests, leaving Cleveland devastated a second time.
In a new interview, the President says that he doesn’t believe that N.F.L. players who kneel during the National Anthem have a real issue.
The North American delegation has won the right to lose a whole lot of money putting on a soccer tournament.
There have been dynasties in American team sports before. But this one feels different.
Most Americans disagree with Trump on the N.F.L. National Anthem protests, but Republicans are behind him.
President Trump waded back into the National Anthem debate when he revoked the invitation of the Philadelphia Eagles to come to the White House today.
Conservatives claim to support freedom of speech and freedom of expression, but they’ve utterly failed that test when it comes to their reaction to players who peacefully and respectfully kneel during the National Anthem.
Jack Johnson, who was convicted of violating the Mann Act in a case obviously infected with racism, has been pardoned by President Trump.
President Trump’s response to the N.F.L.’s new National Anthem policy is as narrow-minded and divisive as you’d expected it to be.
The N.F.L. has come up with a dumb “solution” to a non-existent problem.
In their first year as an NHL expansion team, the Las Vegas Golden Knights have managed to do something that’s only been done once before in any of the ‘big four’ professional sports leagues in the United States.
A big win for Federalism and common sense at the Supreme Court.
The Commission on College Basketball recommended an end to the one-and-done rule and other major reforms.
Last night, he finished in double digits for his 867th consecutive game. There are 71 players in the Hall of Fame who didn’t play in that many games.
A top basketball prospect is skipping the farcical year in college before turning pro.
ESPN the Magazine has broken out the slide rule to rank the top athletes during its first two decades.
It may be time for transparency on pay structures so employees know what others in comparable positions are making.
Theresa May’s government has not hit Russian oligarchs nearly as hard as they deserve because the UK benefits from turning a blind eye.
The near-impossible happened last night, demonstrating why March Madness is the most exciting and most absurd way to pick a champion.
He did what many had thought humanly impossible in running a sub-4 minute mile in 1954 and followed that with a brilliant career in medicine.
Mike Jeffcoat rejected a prospect, in writing, on account of marijuana being legal in his state, adding, “You can thank your liberal politicians.”
On the one hand, this is cool. On the other, it’s just another sign of how damned old I am. I graduated high school in 1984.
Some progress on easing tensions between North and South Korea.
New York Knicks Center Enes Katner is at the center of an international legal dispute for speaking out against the President of Turkey.
U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is floating the idea that the U.S. might not take part in the Olympics due to safety concerns. This would be a foolish decision.
Russia has been barred from participating in the 2018 Winter Olympics after an investigation uncovered extensive evidence of cheating.
The Supreme Court heard argument today in a case challenging a 1992 law barring sports gambling in all but a handful of states, and the Justices appeared skeptical of the law.
Donald Trump is without question the pettiest, most vindictive person to ever occupy the Oval Office.
Ezekiel Elliott got a legal reprieve late last week, but it may not last for long and it could have a big impact on the fortunes of the Dallas Cowboys.