For more than 60 years, he built great teams, great athletes and great citizens and despite the evil of one man, Paterno’s legacy will endure at Penn State.
Things were looking pretty gloomy in Denver until the Green Bay Packers put things in perspective.
Making the playoffs is awesome. Having Phil Simms calling the game isn’t so awesome.
The developer of an inholding in the Black Canyon National Park seeks a buyer who will donate it to the park service.
All the blame for Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs shouldn’t go to Tebow. Lackluster receiving and questionable play calling were to blame.
It was a tough loss on Sunday against the Patriots but the Broncos showed some real post season potential – if they can put an end to costly turnovers.
As a handful of NBA superstars broker deals, the Denver Nuggets are waiting in line to figure out just who will play for them this season.
New ski shape regulations have some World Cup racers believing the FIS is trying to turn back the clock.
Tim Tebow shouldn’t have to share the national spotlight with Aaron Rodgers. Tebow is, of course, The Chosen One.
While all the attention is focused in on Tim Tebow, it turns out Denver has a well-rounded football team that’s led by a stingy defense and a successful running game.
It’s debatable whether pitchers should win an MVP, but with Justin Verlander winning the award, and the end of the steroid era, we’ll see it happening more and more.
This story isn’t about football, coaching traditions or fight songs. It’s about everything that’s wrong and sick in our society and our inability to stop it when we see it.
Last weekend’s LSU-Alabama game was big boy football. Let’s all hope we get to see them go toe-to-toe again this year.
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.