As we start to take stock of 2013, a look back at the year’s most perplexing sports story
The injured quarterback, who has likely played his last down for the Jets, does not deserve the press’s pity
An afternoon with the supposedly retired CNN interviewer who is guest-hosting for Keith Olbermann, chatting up Allison Williams and wondering what happened to newspapers
It’s time we stopped celebrating “Big Snacks” and other big men produced by football’s hunger for obese linemen
The Spaniard’s 13th Grand Slam title caps a remarkable return from injury and 2013 season
The 27-year-old Spaniard comes into the contest riding a remarkable season and poised to topple world No. 1 Novak Djokovic
The American tennis player made a name for himself at the U.S. Open, but never found sustained success on the court. There’s good reason to believe he might have better luck off it.
The 17-year-old wunderkind defeated 2011 U.S. Open Champ Samantha Stosur in her second-ever Grand Slam match
The much-maligned color commentator who has called more World Series than any announcer in history says the 2013 baseball season will be his last with Fox Sports.
According to some New York Yankees, booing hurt their chances against the Detroit Tigers. That’s one excuse no one wants to hear.
Alex Rodriguez is benched for Game 5. Might he sit out the rest of the playoffs?
Brees talks active video gaming, breaking Johnny Unitas’ record, and Roger Goodell
The company continues to endorse Lance Armstrong. But at what cost?