They flock to midtown Manhattan every March, clad in orange and blue.
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s second week.
For years, they were dull football blue bloods. Now the Pats are showing signs of lightening up. Why that’s good for the game
When he won the U.S. Open on Monday night, his third Grand Slam title of the year, Novak Djokovic didn’t dance to the hip-hop music blaring over the Arthur Ashe Stadium loudspeakers in New York.
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s first week.
Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas, the bearded breakout star of last year’s Stanley Cup playoffs, has enjoyed the afterglow of his team’s championship.
For the families of those who died in the 2001 terrorist attacks, annual sports events commemorate and celebrate the lives lost. At a softball field in the Bronx, family, friends and colleagues gathered to pay tribute to 9/11 …
Peyton Manning will not be playing quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Say it again: Peyton Manning will not be playing quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. Weird, right?
News flash: college football isn’t just about controversy. After a disastrously troubled off-season, the 2011 kickoff can’t come soon enough. TIME offers five scandal-free story lines to watch
Wednesday, the NCAA handed down its punishment for eight current University of Miami players who accepted benefits deemed illegal under its rules.
Imagine you were a basketball player who committed one innocuous foul – and the referee sent you to the showers.
The former top tennis (and current No. 2) player in the world looks vulnerable, and his new book shows it wouldn’t be the first time. Rafael Nadal spoke with TIME about his ups, downs and this year’s U.S. Open