Chris Schenk, with shoutouts to the shootaround crew.
With teams providing less and less access to journalists, Simmons always prioritized the interests of the common fan.
It turns out the only insider knowledge you’ll need is a copy of last year’s standings.
Days from the NCAA Tournament, and the Madness is spreading. But not all of it’s good. Out with the bad and in with the good, in this week’s Sports Dump.
50 years after the March on Selma, ESPN’s First Take belittles the Civil Rights Movement by turning a football decision into something much bigger.
Our first Monday sports round-up of 2015 features a pause to reflect on the passing of Stuart Scott, college football Bowl game madness, and Wild Card Weekend in the NFL starring Chris Christie.
Good Men Project Sports remembers Stuart Scott.
Tor Constantino looks at the risks and rewards of extreme sports for both the participants and advertisers who sponsor them.
Michael Kasdan brings you the funniest sports-themed commercials of all time! From Peyton Manning’s “Cut that meat!” to Glavine and Maddux’s “Chicks dig the long ball.”
Mike Stilley’s open letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell: It’s time to step down.
Stephen Smith excused the abuser and blamed the victim. His attitude is not helpful.
It’s official: more people in the US are streaming the World Cup than this year’s Superbowl.
As men and women converge on Coney Island, NY in two days for the annual Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest, a newly available documentary shares the ins (not outs, never outs … that’ll get you disqualified) of competitive eating.
Michael Sam’s draft onto the St. Louis Rams and subsequent aired kiss with his partner has been discussed ad infinitum, but Anderson Cooper’s analysis is too good not to share.
When Sports Illustrated’s cover asked, “Is the NFL Ready for Michael Sam?” they didn’t mean on the football field.