Saturday night’s New England Patriots–Denver Broncos game pits America’s suddenly most popular athlete against a less-than-beloved coach and team. What more can we ask for than this contest of good vs. evil?
With ticket sales down and other teams feeling snubbed, it might be time to reevaluate the Bowl Championship Series
1. Whew. Good thing NewsFeed didn’t write that “Play Brady Quinn” story we were thinking about on Friday.
The Denver Broncos backup quarterback had no need to loosen up on Sunday. Tim Tebow crushed all his doubters, NewsFeed …
In major college athletics, coaching staffs regularly get purged when a team does something relatively harmless, like finish a few games below .500. So it was only natural that a school like Penn State, plagued by one of the …
The Grand Slam champion didn’t exactly give her sport a ringing endorsement. Why look at the sport so unfavorably?
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s 17th week.
For a while there, we thought we wouldn’t be saying this, but: the 2011-2012 NBA season is ready to tip off. The 149-day lockout is all but forgotten, and the NBA returns with a five-game Christmas feast, starting with the New …
We all knew it, but academics have now proved it: college kids would rather watch sports than study.
A study conducted by three University of Oregon economists, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research this week, …
Tebow wasn’t terrible against New England, but his “left-to-right deficiency” has been noted.
If you wanted to see Barry Bonds do hard time for breaking Hank Aaron’s home run record in a seemingly fraudulent fashion, today’s not your day.
After a blocked trade, lawsuit threat, and outcry among NBA players, executives, and fans, Chris Paul is headed for Los Angeles.
We tried to ignore Tim Tebow in this space. But how is that humanly possible?