“Yeah, there’s hope for print. I mean, you’ve got to have something in the bathroom, right?”
British soccer fans are known for their raucous chants but the genteel folk who frequent Wimbledon tennis expect something a little more highbrow. They’ve now got it.
You may not know much about the United Football League, but if you know the name Daunte Culpepper, prepare to learn a whole lot more.
It’s often been said that football has eclipsed baseball as our national pastime. Well, the NFL could be passing MLB in another, less desirable category: the sports most tripped-up by steroid scandals.
“Everybody is entitled to have a bad day, no matter who you are. Everybody has a bad day. But I don’t think a bad day comes from not hustling. That can’t be stood for. When you’re having a bad day, you can still hustle.” …
Are you in utter despair that England’s bid to host the 2018 World Cup is in grave danger of falling apart? Here’s something to cheer you up: JP Morgan has crunched the numbers and concluded that England will win this summer’s …
On the floor, you have a star with the basketball. On the bench, you have a coach with the clipboard. Off the court, you have a power broker?
NewsFeed touched upon last Friday’s soccer World Cup bids in Switzerland. This was where the competing nations made their case to governing body FIFA in the hope of being awarded the 2018 honor of hosting. But nobody saw this coming.
One racehorse looks for a Triple Crown bid, while 11 others look to derail him. The 135th annual Preakness begins tonight at 6 p.m. EST.
Before the first whistle is even blown at this year’s World Cup in South Africa, countries are already lined up to see who will get the tournament in 2018 and 2022, and competition is likely to be as tense as a penalty kick.
In an era muddled by a strong wind of foreclosures, can one iconic Iowa baseball field net its seven-figure asking price?