They’re passionate and, yes, sometimes brutal. And as the Phillies start their postseason run, the Eagles’ struggles leave fans in the City of Brotherly Love less than satisfied
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s third week.
He’s one of the top pass defenders in the NFL. He’s also one of top philanthropists in sports. Here’s what didn’t make it into this week’s magazine.
We always thought flopping was a problem in futbol.
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
TIME’s Sean Gregory breaks down the lessons from football’s first week.
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
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.
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.