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
Pat Summitt is the winningest coach in the history of college basketball, men’s or women’s — she has 1,071 of them. When she announced that she had been diagnosed with the early onset dementia, Alzheimer’s type, on …
In the wake of one of the many scandals that have rocked college football this year, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor decided to go pro rather than return to school.
Owners and players in football and basketball maybe be fighting, but the country’s third major sport won’t see a lockout anytime soon. Here’s why
The future of America’s already fragile economy, in large part, depends on China. What transpired on a Beijing basketball court Thursday won’t help in any trade negotiations.
Back in 1995, Sports Illustrated published an damning article on the University of Miami’s football team. Going back to the 1980s, Hurricane players had a reputation for breaking the law, cheating in school, and ignoring NCAA …
Get a life, Green Bay.
After Tiger Woods imploded at the PGA Championship on Friday, causing him to miss a cut at a major championship for only the fourth time in his career, he has to make a move.
Alex Rodriguez is one of the best players in baseball history. But he’s also made some dumb decisions. Playing underground poker might be the dumbest