When it comes to the World Baseball Classic, the US has plenty of talent to pick from. Why then, do so many seem so disinterested when the WBC comes around?
Remember when Tom Brady had a bad weekend? Remember how Drew Brees was too small? An important reminder: The NFL Combine isn’t everythinga��not even close.
The Daytona 500 may be this Sunday, but in NASCAR’s continued fight to remain relevant, they’ve made a few big changes in hopes that they’ll lure fans back.
Following a 68-win season in 2016, the rebuilding Braves added plenty of veteran help to a young, promising roster. Will it immediately pay dividends?
Sunday night, down 28-3 against the Falconsa��28 to 3a��the New England Patriots and Tom Brady rallied back. And thus, he cemented his legacy once and for all.
When it comes to numerous Super Bowl LI starters, not everyone played D-1 college ball. Who are they, and what kind of impact have they made this season?
What the Falcons have done all season, and especially the past four weeks, has changed professional sports culture in Atlanta for the better.
Over the past two months, Aaron Rodgers has been nothing short of unstoppable. But, the Falcons defense has gotten better as the season has gone on.
Of the eight quarterbacks starting this weekend, four have won a Super Bowl already. And, all four still have a chance at another. Who stands in their way?
Clemson hired Dabo Swinney in 2009, and for a while not everyone was convinced. But Monday night the Tigers changed all that by knocking off ‘Bama.
Monday night, history is at stake for Nick Saban and his Crimson Tide. But Dabo Swinney’s Clemson Tigers will be looking to make history of their own.
It’s all Tom Brady this and Dak Prescott thata��with a little Aaron Rodgers sprinkled in. But what about Atlanta’s Matt Ryan for NFL’s Most Valuable Player?
Clemson’s Deshaun Watson has been no stranger to the spotlight while climbing the NCAA ranksa��he’s never wavered. Look for more of the same Saturday night.
In recent years, CFB’s Bowl Season has continued to lose viewers, and the reason why is simple: there are just too many games being played.
This hasn’t been your run-of-the-mill college football season, as teams like Oregon and Texas will miss bowl season. Colorado and UCF, meanwhile, broke out.
This past Saturday, teams ranked No. 2-4 in the CFB Playoff rankings fell to lesser opposition. What does it mean going forward? And, what could it mean?
Finally, we have our first College Football Playoff rankings of the season. So, what does it tell us, and where do we go from here?
Even accounting for Ohio State’s loss yesterday to Penn State, the Big Ten is a step ahead of every other power conference when it comes to the CFB playoff.