1. A History of New York Giants Rookie Mistakes Under Head Coach Tom Coughlin

    It's hard not to get excited for the NFL draft. Next month, the Giants are slated to select seven new rookies—not including undrafted free agents. These new players will each play a part in New York's attempt at a turnaround in 2014...

    Kevin Boilard Written by Kevin Boilard about 1 day ago 4,590 reads 15 comments

  2. Charting Arsenal's Repeated Spring Collapses

    Arsenal 's springtime collapse this season is nothing new. Unfortunately, the Gunners have a nasty habit of falling away at the business end of the season...

    James McNicholas Written by James McNicholas about 3 days ago 3,442 reads 11 comments

  3. San Francisco 49ers' Best and Worst Draft Picks of the Last Decade

    With the 2014 NFL draft just over three weeks away, the San Francisco 49ers find themselves in perfect position to cash in on one of the deepest draft classes in recent history...

    Peter Panacy Written by Peter Panacy about 3 days ago 25,742 reads 29 comments

  4. Jackie Robinson's Forgotten Season as a College Basketball Coach

    AUSTIN, Texas—When 86-year-old Roland Harden has told acquaintances through the years about one of the most memorable experiences of his life, the response has typically been tinged with skepticism or outright disbelief...

    Jeff Miller Written by Jeff Miller about 5 days ago 45,206 reads 56 comments

  5. World Cup USA 1994: Where Are USMNT Players 20 Years Later?

    The run of the United States men's national team in the 1994 World Cup was a magical one, as the relatively unknown squad advanced to the round of 16 on home soil...

    John D. Halloran Written by John D. Halloran about 5 days ago 4,459 reads 0 comments

  6. Italy World Cup Rewind: The Match of the Century, 1970

    Welcome back to Bleacher Report's continuing series of Italian World Cup Rewinds. We've been through a fairly bleak period in Azzurri history in our last few editions, but today's ...

    Sam Lopresti Written by Sam Lopresti about 9 days ago 1,447 reads 5 comments

  7. San Francisco 49ers: Top 10 Drafts of All Time

    With 11 draft picks in what is being called one of the deepest classes ever, the San Francisco 49ers have a chance to have one of their greatest draft classes of all time...

    Bryan Knowles Written by Bryan Knowles about 9 days ago 4,844 reads 6 comments

  8. Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund: 20 Great Der Klassiker Moments

    Bayern Munich host Borussia Dortmund for the first time in the 2014 calendar year this Saturday. When they met in November, the clubs were separated by just four points in the Bundesliga...

    Clark Whitney Written by Clark Whitney about 10 days ago 4,831 reads 24 comments

  9. What Makes Darlington's Southern 500 so Special?

    It isn't a vast superspeedway with lavish amenities and a constant pack of snarling stock cars tearing around the track lap after lap. It isn't a mainstream spectacle with an annual date and coverage from all the major news sources...

    Joseph Shelton Written by Joseph Shelton about 10 days ago 1,459 reads 1 comments

  10. 10 Hardest Feats to Accomplish in World Football

    Here we name 10 of the hardest feats to achieve in football, focusing on accomplishments that, while very rare, are still feasible...

    Dan Colasimone Written by Dan Colasimone about 10 days ago 3,980 reads 11 comments

  11. Tatsuya Kawajiri: 14 Years Deep, Pride Veteran Poised for UFC Title Run

    Tatsuya Kawajiri has seen a lot during his MMA career, and not just in a "he's been around a long time" sense. Since 2001, Kawajiri has twice seen lighter weight classes nearly die out only to roar back to the forefront of the sport...

    Steven Rondina Written by Steven Rondina about 10 days ago 1,916 reads 3 comments

  12. Remembering the Day Hank Aaron Broke Babe Ruth's Home Run Record

    On April 8, 1974, more than 50,000 fans descended on Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Atlanta Braves. That's what the box score will tell you, anyway...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 12 days ago 9,903 reads 15 comments

  13. Kentucky's Aaron Harrison Is No Stranger to Making Game-Winning Shots

    College basketball fans everywhere have found out about the legend of Aaron Harrison throughout the 2014 NCAA tournament, but those who saw him in high school knew what he was capable of before he played a minute for Kentucky...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 12 days ago 15,437 reads 9 comments

  14. A Reporter's Tale: The John Rocker Story 15 Years Later

    Nearly 15 years have passed. Which—as anyone who has watched one-and-a-half decades fly by can attest—is weird and confusing and a bit jarring...

    Jeff Pearlman Written by Jeff Pearlman about 16 days ago 300,182 reads 455 comments

  15. Do NCAA Tournament Performances Predict Prospects' NBA Success?

    Shabazz Napier, Scottie Wilbekin, Aaron Harrison and Frank Kaminsky have taken the college basketball world by storm this March, with each playing a key role in helping his respective team advance to the Final Four...

    Bryan Toporek Written by Bryan Toporek about 19 days ago 23,035 reads 28 comments

  16. World Football Quotes of the Week: Ancelotti Queries Ronaldo Boos, Kaka Eyes MLS

    It has been another eventful week in football, as most countries enter the final stretch and with the big prizes coming into view...

    Shane Murray Written by Shane Murray about 19 days ago 1,148 reads 0 comments

  17. Bahrain Grand Prix 2014: 10 Facts About the Track at Sakhir

    The Bahrain Grand Prix is round three of the 2014 Formula One season, and the venue will be the Bahrain International Circuit in the Sakhir region of the tiny Gulf state. The race has been held nine times, with the first race taking place in 2004...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 19 days ago 7,770 reads 0 comments

  18. Manchester United Players Recall Defining Comeback Win Against Bayern in 1999

    Half-time in the Manchester United dressing room at the Camp Nou, May 26, 1999. Alex Ferguson is rallying the troops, as per Michael Crick's book, The Boss : You will be ...

    Andy Mitten Written by Andy Mitten about 20 days ago 9,304 reads 15 comments

  19. How MLB's Presidential First-Pitch Tradition Got Started and Evolved to Today

    If you ever need to convince a friend that baseball really is the national pastime among America's favorite sports, just ask how many times the President of the United States has ...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 20 days ago 71,699 reads 96 comments

  20. Roberto Di Matteo and Gianluca Vialli Highlight Chelsea's Generation X Appeal

    Gianluca Vialli gave an interview as part of the Barclays "You Are Football" campaign this week which got me thinking: What is it that’s so special about Chelsea players ...

    Rowanne Westhenry Written by Rowanne Westhenry about 21 days ago 4,134 reads 5 comments

  21. Why Older Tracks Like Martinsville Speedway Are True NASCAR Treasures

    I'd venture to guess that many people 25 years old or younger have no idea what kind of national treasure Martinsville Speedway is not only to NASCAR, but also to this country in general...

    Jerry Bonkowski Written by Jerry Bonkowski about 21 days ago 1,663 reads 0 comments

  22. 'Wrigley Field Year by Year' Gives in-Depth Account of Wrigley's Rich History

    There has never been a book that chronicled the entire history of a baseball park by the year. That is, not until now...

    Jacob Kornhauser Written by Jacob Kornhauser about 22 days ago 240 reads 1 comments

  23. Michael Jordan Had Himself Quite the Game on This Day in 1990

    Quick: What is the significance of March 28, 1990 in NBA lore? Well, when in doubt, it’s best to guess that Michael Jordan—the greatest player of all-time—had a hand in making the date special...

    Ben Leibowitz Written by Ben Leibowitz about 23 days ago 1,970 reads 3 comments

  24. Ranking Argentina's 30 Greatest World Cup Moments

    From the very first tournament onward, Argentina have boasted a rich history in the World Cup. With two winners' medals and two further appearances in the final, few teams have made such an impact on the competition as the Albiceleste...

    Daniel  Edwards Written by Daniel Edwards about 23 days ago 2,358 reads 3 comments

  25. Remembering the Tamudazo When Espanyol Dashed Barcelona's La Liga Title Dream

    When Barcelona face Espanyol this weekend, they will be reminded of the 2006-7 title race and the Tamudazo which crushed their La Liga dreams seven years ago...

    Rik Sharma Written by Rik Sharma about 24 days ago 5,100 reads 15 comments