by Travis Waldron Posted on September 30, 2014
The Federal Communications Commission tossed aside its blackout rules in a decision consumer advocates said marked "a historic day for sports fans."
by Jack Jenkins Posted on September 30, 2014 Updated: September 30, 2014
Kansas City's Husain Abdullah was penalized praying in the end zone after his second career touchdown, but the NFL said Tuesday he shouldn't have been.
by Travis Waldron Posted on September 29, 2014 Updated: September 29, 2014
Nearly two years after Jameis Winston was accused of sexual assault, Florida State is trying to move forward while still dealing with the ramifications of the past.
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by Joaquim Moreira Salles Posted on September 26, 2014 Updated: September 26, 2014
Bill Simmon's suspension raises questions about ESPN's conflict of interest between journalism and profits.
by Zack Ford Posted on September 25, 2014
Moving forward, the International Olympics Committee will require host cities to agree to anti-discrimination policies protecting the LGBT community.
by Judd Legum Posted on September 24, 2014 Updated: September 24, 2014
Simmons comments differed in tone, but not in substance, from ESPN's own reporting
by Judd Legum Posted on September 23, 2014 Updated: September 24, 2014
The popular ESPN personality called the NFL commissioner "a liar" over the handling of the Ray Rice case.
by Travis Waldron Posted on September 22, 2014 Updated: September 22, 2014
Set aside the dispute over who knew what and when: the Ravens still seem to think it matters how Ray Rice hit his wife, and that the video could have exonerated him.
by Travis Waldron Posted on September 22, 2014
A top official expresses concern over safety at Qatar's 2022 World Cup, but there remains little indication that FIFA is considering a move.
by Judd Legum Posted on September 17, 2014 Updated: September 18, 2014
In the interview, Reggie Bush said he would consider using a switch, as Adrian Peterson did, to discipline his own children.