How a catchphrase – which many find offensive — got started
Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett is taking on the NCAA. But why now?
Forecasting the Super Bowl winner, the NBA champion and an historic upset
While the Los Angeles Clippers keep winning, the Brooklyn Nets fire coach Avery Johnson
Jeremy Lin’s performance against the Los Angeles Lakers in February was unforgettable.
This year’s Mark Sanchez-Tim Tebow debacle is the latest sad chapter in Jets history
The Houston Rockets point guard said he was playing “terrible.” A big game against the New York Knicks, at Madison Square Garden, helped turn things around
ESPN’s Rob Parker wondered whether Robert Griffin III was a “cornball brother.” What the offensive remarks say about the network
Sure, a college player can benefit from budgeting advice from coaches. But is snooping on spending going too far?
Former commissioner Paul Tagliabue confirmed that Saints players participated in a bounty program. But he questions, and overturns, the disciplinary decisions of his former lieutenant, Roger Goodell
The New America Foundation looks at how a team’s academic performance measures up to that of the student body
In a TIME cover story, Roger Goodell talked about eliminating kickoffs. How that move could change the game
Inside the mind of the most powerful man in American sports