The iconic football program built by the legendary Eddie Robinson, is now a sad disgrace.
Bum Phillips, former head coach of the Houston Oilers and New Orleans Saints, has died aged 90.
NBA legend Bill Russell was arrested earlier this week for having a loaded .38 in his luggage.
The NFL donates its game broadcasts to troops deployed in harm’s way but they still won’t get to see them during the shutdown.
Should one person being “offended” by more important than a vast majority who are not?
Tommy Morrison, a boxing heavyweight champion from 1993 to 1995, has died at 44.
Tim Tebow has gone through three NFL teams in a little over a year. Will there be a fourth?
The NCAA has come to its senses regarding a Marine sergeant who wants to play college football.
“Say that, in 1993, you were at a bar having some beers with a dolphin” has been nominated and seconded as the “Best opening sentence. EVER.”
Megan Welter served as a Signal Corps officer in the Iraq War. Now, she’s an Arizona Cardinals cheerleader.
Detroit is bankrupt, but that isn’t stopping the Red Wings from getting $400 million in taxpayer subsidies for their new stadium.
University of Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison has been suspended after barking at a police dog.
Forbes wins the day with “Phil Mickelson Wins British Open—And California Taxes It.”
Three years after joining The New York Times, Nate Silver is jumping ship to Disney’s ESPN and ABC.
Tony Kornheiser celebrated becoming a senior citizen by playing a round of golf with the president.
A Brazilian soccer referee was tortured and beheaded after fatally stabbing a player.
The owners of the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks took out a full page ad in today’s Boston Globe thanking their opponents and their home city for a classy and well-fought Finals
When Glen Coffee abruptly retired from a promising NFL career, most wondered what he was up to. Now we know.
Even the national sport is arousing the anger of the protesters in Brazil.
The former NFL wideout formerly known as Chad Ochocinco will spend a month in jail for patting his lawyer on the fanny.