A look back at the doomed marriage between the Trojans and college football scion Lane Kiffin
Remembering Ex-NFL Star Junior Seau: 1969-2012
We may never know what dark thoughts drove one of the NFL’s most respected defensive players to commit suicide at age 43.
The Colts Dump Peyton Manning: Why Everyone Wins
Let’s reflect on Manning’s Indy legacy and get excited for all the intrigue to follow.
Pay for Pain: Why the Bounty Scandal Looks Terrible for the NFL
For three years, the New Orleans Saints offered players cash if they injured another player, according to the NFL. So much for that feel-good Super Bowl tale.
Bobby V Didn’t Wait Long to Spice Up the Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry
Boston’s new manager questions Derek Jeter’s baseball instincts and applauds a pounding of Alex Rodriguez. Think that will get New York’s attention?
Ryan Braun’s Name Is Cleared, But Is He Believable?
The slugger presents his case with conviction, but complaints about the system hurt his credibility.
Jeremy Lin Won’t Be an Olympian. At Least Not for Team USA
There won’t be any Linsanity at this year’s Olympics — unless the rising NBA star decides to switch sides.
Appreciation: Baseball Hall of Famer Gary Carter
Gary Carter, Hall of Fame catcher who helped the New York Mets win the World Series in 1986, dies of brain cancer at 57
Asian-American Inspiration: How Jeremy Lin Is Changing Hoops Culture
Sports fans everywhere are caught up in the mania surrounding New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin. But Lin’s impact is most personal, and most satisfying, among a subset of Asian Americans: those who, like Lin, grew up with …
Your Turn, Canada: A Second-by-Second Look at Jeremy Lin Lighting Up Toronto
Every day, we seem to learn something new about Jeremy Lin. Here’s the latest, a basketball scouting report for the opposition: if Lin has the ball at the top of the key, and the game is on the line, do not, under any …
It’s Official: Linsanity Is for Real
With a big win against the Los Angeles Lakers Friday night, Jeremy Lin continues to wow crowds and stun announcers.
College Basketball: Why It’s Harder Than Ever to Stay Undefeated
Up until Thursday’s game, Murray State University had a 23-0 record. But there hasn’t been a completely undefeated team since 1976 — and for good reason.