Retiring isn’t easy for professional athletes. Many former athletes turn to golf and some are remarkably good at it.
Over the years many great athletes have graced the infamous Wheaties box. But who was the first athlete to ever appear on the box?
The Ball family never fails to make headlines. After a few years in the NBA, is Lonzo Ball worth more money than his father?
Numbers are important to sports in many ways. One weird connection between sports and numbers are the jersey numbers that athletes wear.
While NFL players enjoy perks, a long lifespan isn’t one of them. A recent study found that NFL players are dying faster than other athletes.
Trevor Lawrence is one of the top Heisman candidates in the country. But, there’s another Heisman hopeful on Clemson who has a shot.
While owners would like to win one of the horses races with insane winnings, many are happy to just be a part of the world of horse racing.
Sports teams, players, and even officials get caught cheating. When it happens, we hope they’re punished, but this is not always the case.
Everyone gets excited about races like the Kentucky Derby. What many don’t realize is that some racehorses make their owners tons of money.
In addition to putting his team through grueling drills, Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy entertains his players to transform the team culture.
While fans can describe and imitate their favorite touchdown celebrations, few can tell you which athletes began these moments in the NFL.
Nick Kyrgios is a talented yet outspoken tennis player, and his antics make at least one former ATP champion shake his head in disgust.
The Patriots are the NFL model of success while the Browns and Buccaneers are trying to get there, but they all have one thing in common.
Many fans want to replace a coach with someone they think is better. Odds Shark recently predicted which SEC coach will be fired first.
Don’t be surprised if you recognize a few familiar former NFL players showing off their moves in new AAF football league.