If any team has embodied the “never say die” cliché, it’s the St. Louis Cardinals.
Denver has gone from a pretty quarterback who puts up big passing numbers but cant win to an ugly quarterback who does just about everything wrong yet still wins.
It’s hard to take an NBA player seriously during contract negotiations when he’s wearing a white T-shirt and a crooked baseball hat.
I hate to say it, but I was impressed with Jay Cutler’s losing performance against the Lions on Monday night.
While they left the Braves and Red Sox heartbroken, four regular season-ending games played out to be some of the best sports drama of all time.
It may be very early in the season in two tough divisions but at least there’s hope for the Lions and Bills. More than I can say for a Kyle Orton-led Broncos team.
College athletics isn’t supposed to be centered around money but the changing field of conferences would suggest otherwise.
If nothing else will get naysayers serious about fighting climate change, maybe a shift in the way football is played will?
Oregon should have played the way it knows how to: quick and nifty.
For one Eagles fan, making Vick the face of the team is a tough pill to swallow even though he’s the team’s best chance for success.
With a flunked HGH test for a Colorado Springs Sky Sox player, the beginning of the HGH era in North America has officially began.
Kyle Orton has proven to be the best quarterback so far at Broncos training camp, but that means nothing if he can’t lead the team to victory.
Dan Patrick doesn’t have expert insiders. He doesn’t have neon special effects. What he does have is a lot of fun and a damn good show.
In a trade that looked like a rebuilding trade, the Rockies dish their ace for more pitching talent in its farm system.
Should we, as fans, care about the details of the new CBA?
It wasn’t the biggest or most physical team that won the women’s World Cup, but it certainly was the best and most deserving team.
Just like a salivating dog at a barbecue, the I.R.S. is sniffing around Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit.
Injuries, a tired bullpen and a struggling offense are keeping the Rox stuck in mediocrity.
For the good of baseball, Dodgers owner Frank McCourt must go, and soon.
He’s only got 17 more Major victories to go, but at age 22, the newest U.S. Open winner has plenty of time.