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The patriarch knows how to draw attention. Now his sons must play up to that hype.
Nick Foles may not be Carson Wentz, but he does make for a strong play this weekend.
Wizards District Gaming will compete against 16 other NBA-affiliated teams starting in May.
The Blue Devils' loss over the weekend isn't an indictment of the team, but it helped narrowed the pool of undefeated Division I programs to six.
Paul George's much-anticipated return to Indiana is part of an ever-growing push by the league to market revenge clashes.
Jacksonville can clinch its first postseason berth since 2007 on Sunday.
His sample was found to have an excessive amount of an asthma drug during a race in September.
If you start the Buccaneers receiver it will cost you dearly . . . if it hasn't already.
Tweets by the former Oakland A's slugger may have cost him a chance to keep his job.
The streaming giant begin broadcasting NBA G League games beginning Dec. 15 and will allow users to broadcast the matchups while providing their own play-by-play or commentary.
The Packers' MVP quarterback, medically cleared to return Tuesday, said, “it's been a long road from that day to this.” After eight weeks off, how will he look?
Barkley salutes the state's “amazing people,” while Kerr breaks out “Roll Tide” and “War Eagle” tweets.
Blake Bortles and Jacksonville have a straightforward path to a possible first-round playoff bye.
Your daily guide to the world of sports on television and radio.
According to a Yahoo Sports report, Ohtani needed a placement-rich-plasma injection in October. His injury is not immediately dire, but could portend trouble.
Division III Cardinals give lackluster Terrapins an early scare at Xfinity Center.