Latest from John Feinstein

Texas and Oklahoma pursue realignment — of their bank accounts

As Texas and Oklahoma move on from the Big 12, the names change but the bottom line remains the bottom line.
  • Jul 27, 2021

Next up in the College Football Playoff, it’s greed vs. student-athletes. Bet on greed.

College football's leaders once worried about players having too many games. That's apparently no longer a concern.
  • Jul 1, 2021

Jim Phelan won 830 games at Mount St. Mary’s and touched even more lives

Coach, who died at 92, left a legacy of greatness and decency.
  • Jun 16, 2021

Mike Krzyzewski made college basketball history by never making excuses

Long before Krzyzewski was "Coach K," he always owned his results. Soon they were the envy of an entire sport.
  • Jun 2, 2021

For American men’s tennis, this is as bad as it has ever been

As the French Open arrives, American men's tennis badly needs a sustained rally.
  • May 29, 2021

Phil Mickelson, a champion of comebacks and transformations, now has his greatest triumph

Critics said Phil Mickelson wouldn't find greatness. He never stopped chasing it.
  • May 23, 2021

John Grisham talks basketball — and books

The best-selling author and Virginia Cavaliers fan discusses his new novel, “Sooley.”
  • Apr 25, 2021

Covid crushed VCU’s NCAA tournament dreams. A month later, the pain hasn’t gone away.

A month after an outbreak sidelined VCU at the NCAA men's basketball tournament, the Rams have one question: “Why us?”
  • Apr 24, 2021

After the greatest comeback in sports history, Alex Smith’s next stop should be the Hall of Fame

Put Alex Smith in the Hall of Fame for his courage, his class and his impossible, inspirational comeback.
  • Apr 21, 2021

Baylor set the tone, then the standard, in denying Gonzaga perfection

Jalen Suggs and the Bulldogs won in dramatic fashion in the semifinal. But the Bears won in dominating fashion when the title was on the line.
  • Apr 6, 2021