The Freeh Report accused the legendary coach, and other Penn State leaders, of concealing Jerry Sandusky’s misdeeds. Will JoePa’s legacy ever recover?
Faster pitching, and smarter front offices, might be fueling the cavalcade of Ks
A decade after All-Star embarrassment, baseball still gives a World Series advantage to the league that wins the game. Why it should stop.
Programming note: today, TIME has launched an Olympics blog, which will feature daily coverage of the lead-up to the London Olympics, as well as dispatches from the Games themselves. You can find the blog here. Leading it off: a …
Will a coin toss, runoff, or a new twist – rock-paper-scissors! – break the Allyson Felix-Jeneba Tarmoh tie in the women’s 100 meters?
A four-team playoff is a start for fixing college football. But it doesn’t go far enough
With LeBron James playing at an all-time level and the Big Three getting plenty of help, Miami cruised past Oklahoma City to win its second NBA championship
Fighting cramps in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, LeBron James hit one of the most clutch buckets in his career. How Oklahoma City’s Defense Offered an Assist
The Charlotte Bobcats owner hired a college assistant to coach his dismal team. Can the unconventional move work?
Now that the government has failed to convict slugger Roger Clemens of perjury, will it continue to chase alleged drug cheats?
The NBA superstar is dominating the paint, and rewarding the Miami Heat.
TIME profiles the Masters champ