Utah States’ football coach, Gary Anderson, shared a controversial take on how his college football program was dealing with the 2020 season.
Fans are already predicting how the season will play out, including which NFL coaches will be fired in 2020. So who’s next?
The Black Lives Matters movement is calling for everyone to fight for equality. Among those who understand is Bucks star Kyle Korver.
Just impressive as Doc Rivers’ NBA success is his off-court financial expertise. The coach has used his wealth to make great investments.
Ezekiel Elliott is not the only family member with impressive abilities. The Cowboys running back comes from a long line of athletes.
Despite impressive shooting and three-point percentages, Andre Ingram has played for the G League most of his 13-year NBA career.
Bryce Harper reached another record-breaking contract with the Phillies in 2019 for $330 million. Did this deal set Harper up to fail?
Draymond Green has a reputation for trash-talking. Despite this, his basketball IQ helps make the Warriors a dominating powerhouse.
Before politics, Steve Largent played in the NFL. The wide receiver proved the Houston Oilers made a mistake trading him after drafting him.
NBA teams average $2.1 billion. Despite this big number, team revenues still see disparities; the Detroit Pistons are the least profitable.
Tiger Woods’ messy divorce sparked a media frenzy, costing him many endorsements on top of typical divorce expenses.
Lenny Dykstra’s life after baseball has been anything but stable. So what exactly happened to this former World Series winner?
Years after DeShawn Stevenson’s retirement, he is still making headlines. In recent years, it is not for his wins but losses.
At times, Ray Lewis clashed with players, but his skills and contributions make him unarguably Hall of Fame-caliber and worth a lot of money.
Although Steffi Graf is retired, her legacy lives on. Her ability on the court qualifies her as the women’s tennis GOAT over Serena Williams.
If there’s one sure thing in sports, it’s that Joe Buck will always find a way to call play-by-plays. The NFL, USGA, and MLB announcer has been a consistent broadcast presence over the last few decades. Now, he’s created a way to keep commentating during the coronavirus pandemic has shut down sports — and his fans love it. …