The difference between a first or a fifth round nod — and lots of money — hinges on five drills
Medals Aren’t Enough: Female Olympians Still Have to Sell Sexiness
Sochi stars sound off on the fine line between marketing their beauty to get much-needed sponsorship money and being taken seriously as athletes
Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Issue Has a Sizzling ‘Jersey Strong’ Feature
Model Hannah Davis bares a lot in honor of Superstorm Sandy
Every Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Cover In One GIF
The magazine celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of the special issue this week
FCC WIll Consider Ending Sports Blackout Rule
The 40-year-old rule blocks cable and satellite providers from showing low-attendance games
Rob Ford Gets New Gig on Sports Radio Show
The embattled Toronto mayor will be on Washington, D.C.’s “The Fan” Thursday morning
Notes on a Scandal: Manti Te’o and the Media
As we start to take stock of 2013, a look back at the year’s most perplexing sports story
Why We’ll Miss Tim McCarver
Fox’s beleaguered MLB broadcaster, who called his final game Wednesday night, reminded us of a better game
The NFL’s First and Likely Last 14-Hour Endurance Contest
Scheduling conflicts gave professional football fans an orgy of television coverage Sunday. Television pros predict games likely won’t end at 2:38 a.m. anytime again soon.
Larry King Turns 80 in a Month. Why Is He in Such a Hurry?
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
Fox Sports 1 Debut: Six First Impressions Of The New Network
Lots of motorsports, UFC, and “Three Things You Need To Know” mark the first weekend of the all-sports channel.
How Will Tim McCarver Be Remembered?
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.
ESPN Commentator On RG3’s “Blackness:” A New Low For The Network
ESPN’s Rob Parker wondered whether Robert Griffin III was a “cornball brother.” What the offensive remarks say about the network