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Michael Kasdan wonders what will happen as morality continues to collide with the sports entertainment complex we call The National Football League. Do fans care enough to really care?
While the focus of the Ray Rice domestic violence case has been largely on the NFL’s involvement and complicity, prosperity coach Randy Gage says we’re missing the point.
Like many Penn State alum, Larry Bernstein was horrified by the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal and wonders if rooting for his alma mater will ever be the same.
Gint Aras has always been a football fan. But he can no longer associate himself with that culture.
For Terry Lancaster, happiness is getting lost in the flow of playing hockey.
The NFL came down hard on Ray Rice on Monday. Joe Rutland wonders why it took them so long
DirecTV scores with an ad that tells us what we already know: gay guys like football, too.
“I always outworked everybody. Work never bothered me like it bothers some people. You can outwork the best player in the world.” ~Ben Hogan
After years on the sidelines, Rob Azevedo broke down and joined a fantasy football league. And he’s glad he did.
If a man tries to promote better treatment of men (and women), can he ethically watch professional football?
From the time he was 7 years old, Matt Petry knew he was destined to play sports. Until an injury made him rethink his purpose, and helped him discover his passion.
Meet Ronnie O’Sullivan, master of snooker. Here he gets a score of 147, the maximum, for the twelve time in his career. Yes he is playing against an opponent, although you’d never know it.
Tony Stewart announces he will return to racing for the first time since he hit and killed Kevin Ward during a race.
The 2014 college football season will be different than ever before. This year, college football will end with a 4-team playoff. Here’s what you need to know to hold your own in a conversation about the new playoff.
Americans fell in love with the World Cup this summer, but soccer isn’t over. In fact, English Premier League is just heating up. Here, a guide for newbs.