The team brought in by Penn State to investigate how the university handled molestation accusations against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will release its highly anticipated report Thursday.
Dwight Howard demanded a trade to the Brooklyn Nets when he met with Magic GM Rob Hennigan on Friday night.
A committee of university presidents approved a plan for a four-team playoff put forward by commissioners of the top football conferences.
A major college football playoff, albeit a small one, is closer than ever to becoming a reality.
The wife of a fired Syracuse University assistant basketball coach claims ESPN trampled her reputation by broadcasting salacious and false stories about molestation claims against her husband.
As much as I’d love to lambaste Amar’e Stoudemire for his on and off-court conduct, I give the guy a pass. Fresh off another brutal loss to Miami, ensconced in the ashes of a charred season, Stoudemire tried to muscle his way out of a mental problem.
“This had nothing to do with me being cute or punny,” Anthony Federico told the New York Daily News.
ESPN has apologized for using a racial slur in a headline for a story on Knicks sensation Jeremy Lin.
Former New York Ranger and Buffalo Sabre Matthew Barnaby was charged with DWI on Sunday after refusing a breath test and driving with a sparking rim.
In Bobby Valentine, Stamford mayor Mike Pavia found his dream director of public safety. Now they’ll liekly have to find a new one as Valentine returns to Major League Baseball.
Federal authorities say a crew of Internet bandits devised an international scheme to hijack more than 4 million computers worldwide to generate at least $14 million in fraudulent profits.
Why go public and file suit? The reason is simple, says lawyer Judd Burstein: to protect former ESPN exec Keith Clinkscales’ reputation.
And after referring to the country as the “United Socialist States of America,” Williams sings “I’ll keep the USA and y’all can keep the change,” an apparent reference to President’s 2008 campaign slogan.
In the wake of Raiders owner Al Davis’ death, new rhetoric is bound to spring up about the franchise’s future in Oakland, undoubtedly sparking new rounds of discussion as to whether the Raiders would return to Los Angeles.
“Are you ready for some football?” Well, yes. We are. But Monday nights will be without Hank Williams Jr.’s familiar refrain.