1. Is Bobby Jones' 1930 Grand Slam Season Overrated?

    As Jordan Spieth was making his run at a third consecutive major last week at St. Andrews, the comparisons to Bobby Jones’ 1930 single-season “Grand Slam” inevitably commenced...

    Michael Fitzpatrick Written by Michael Fitzpatrick about 4 days ago 396 reads 0 comments

  2. Carolina Hurricanes Still Working to Recover from the Collapse of March 2013

    If the Carolina Hurricanes and the Washington Capitals are to ever make a rivalry out of their geographic proximity, they will need to play more games like the one on March 14, 2013...

    Mark Jones Written by Mark Jones about 2 days ago 1,656 reads 5 comments

  3. NFL Urban Legends: Ray Guy and the Helium Punt

    Editor's note: This is the second installment in Bleacher Report's series on NFL urban legends. Part 1 looked at Bo Jackson's hard-to-believe 40-yard-dash time...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 7 days ago 89,779 reads 77 comments

  4. Deportivo Cancel Transfer After Finding Striker Had Abused Them on Twitter

    Spanish club Deportivo de La Coruna have cancelled the signing of striker Julio Rey at the last minute after discovering he had sent an abusive tweet directed at the club three years ago...

    Tom Webb Written by Tom Webb about 7 days ago 20,516 reads 15 comments

  5. Bill Arnsparger: Remembering the Godfather of the Zone Blitz and Hybrid Defense

    Bill Arnsparger , the coordinator who crafted two of the most distinctive defenses in NFL history, died Friday at 88, according to an AP report (h/t ESPN.com )...

    James Dudko Written by James Dudko about 9 days ago 18,810 reads 9 comments

  6. Jordan Spieth: Will He Be Stopped After Masters and U.S. Open Wins?

    We know that only six golfers won the Masters and the U.S. Open in the same year. One of them is Jordan Spieth . Ben Hogan did it twice, in 1951 and 1953. But in 1951, Hogan didn't enter the British Open...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about 13 days ago 1,082 reads 1 comments

  7. Jordan Spieth: Can He Match Ben Hogan's Feat of 1953?

    With all the talk of Jordan Spieth's chance for the Grand Slam, many have forgotten the 1953 record set by Ben Hogan when he won the Masters, the U.S. Open and the British Open...

    Kathy Bissell Written by Kathy Bissell about 14 days ago 888 reads 0 comments

  8. B/R MMA in 2005: A Retrospective Look at the Sport a Decade Later

    Once again, a year (and some change) has passed, and as MMA fans we look forward to the second half of 2015 — anxious and hopeful as we always are amid so much change...

    Levi Nile Written by Levi Nile about 23 days ago 15,375 reads 44 comments

  9. Has a True Rivalry Ever Existed in Professional Golf?

    Everyone loves rivalries in sports. They incite heavy interest and emotion amongst the fans. They give the media and television networks appealing storylines to pursue from a promotional standpoint...

    Michael Fitzpatrick Written by Michael Fitzpatrick about 24 days ago 4,505 reads 10 comments

  10. Martin St. Louis Leaves Legacy as One of the NHL's Greatest Underdog Stories

    To Mike Gilligan, it hardly seems possible that he won't be seeing Martin St. Louis playing competitive hockey anywhere this fall. "I thought he might play till he was 50, maybe like a Gordie Howe or something," Gilligan, St...

    Adrian Dater Written by Adrian Dater about 24 days ago 13,368 reads 14 comments

  11. First in War, Third in the AAFC: The Story of Pro Football's Yankees and Dodgers

    World War II ended, and American soldiers came marching home ready for some football. Some returned ready to play football. Most came back to watch...

    Mike Tanier Written by Mike Tanier about 25 days ago 37,042 reads 29 comments

  12. Remembering Stirling Moss' 1955 British Grand Prix Victory at Aintree

    In the first five British Grands Prix of the Formula One world championship era (beginning in 1950), only two British drivers finished on the lead lap. Reg Parnell was third in 1950, 52 seconds behind the winner, Nino Farina...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 28 days ago 635 reads 1 comments

  13. Reliving Jenson Button's British Grand Prix Disappointments and Disasters

    "I still hold out hope," McLaren's Jenson Button said as he prepares for next weekend's British Grand Prix , per the Guardian 's Paul Weaver . "I want to be on the podium and win in front of my home crowd...

    Matthew Walthert Written by Matthew Walthert about 30 days ago 2,086 reads 1 comments