1. Sports Fixes That Need to Happen

    Sports have made rule changes and other adjustments over the years, but there are more fixes that need to happen. Rule changes are often made to make sports more exciting, which is why the NCAA should reduce its basketball shot clock...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 2 hours ago 2,660 reads 14 comments

  2. Cold Hard Fact for Tuesday, January 27, 2015

    Fact: Nick Young assisted Kobe Bryant zero times in the 287 minutes that they shared on the court this season...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Daily Facts about 4 hours ago 4,974 reads 9 comments

  3. Puppy Bowl XI 2015: Date, Starting Lineup, TV Schedule and More

    An irresistible counterpart to the NFL's drama-filled Super Bowl XLIX , Puppy Bowl XI promises to be the best iteration of the annual event to date. There are no deflated footballs or hefty fines for lack of communication here, folks...

    Chris  Roling Written by Chris Roling about 8 hours ago 208 reads 0 comments

  4. Athletes Who Don't Deserve the Superstar Label

    As sports fans, there are instances where we just need to be honest with ourselves. For example, when your favorite basketball team has been struggling all season long, it might ...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 13 hours ago 8,582 reads 63 comments

  5. MLG X Games Aspen Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 2015 Results, Medal Winners

    Ninjas in Pyjamas are tough to beat, but Team LDLC did it. The latter made their No. 1 ranking stand up in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on Sunday. LDLC took the gold medal in the first ever Major League Gaming X Games from Aspen...

    Brian Mazique Written by Brian Mazique about 2 days ago 1,963 reads 0 comments

  6. What's Harder: Sports Edition

    Have you ever sat back and wondered about the great mysteries in sports? If you answered yes, then you might have asked yourself a series of "what's harder" questions...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 2 days ago 18,233 reads 45 comments

  7. Cold Hard Fact for Sunday, January 25, 2015

    Fact: The Tennessee Titans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Minnesota Vikings are the only 3 teams without a Pro Bowl  selection...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Daily Facts about 2 days ago 12,757 reads 65 comments

  8. Memphis Basketball Head Coach Attempts the 'Whip Dance,' Fails Miserably

    "A" for effort, coach. After Memphis beat Tulane on Saturday on a game-winning shot, the team celebrated with a dance party in the locker room. Head coach Josh Pastner joined in on the fun as he hilariously attempted the famous "Whip Dance...

    Arman Walia Written by Arman Walia about 2 days ago 74,443 reads 31 comments

  9. 'Saturday Night Live' Spoofs Deflategate with Hilarious Press Conference

    We all knew this was coming. The past week has been filled with conspiracy theories and controversy regarding Deflategate , and Saturday Night Live joined in on the fun...

    Arman Walia Written by Arman Walia about 2 days ago 206,929 reads 77 comments

  10. 15 Most Divisive Issues in Sports Right Now

    Controversy is no stranger to sports: if success is measured by wins and losses, stats and superlatives; then no possible point of contention goes unnoticed. Like politics and cafeteria lunch specials, everything has two 'sides' in sports...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 3 days ago 12,605 reads 26 comments

  11. 10 Craziest Products That Athletes Have Tried to Sell You

    You know those infomercials that we all stay up way too late watching while we're still trying to keep a drunken party going on a Friday night? Yeah, you definitely do...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 4 days ago 21,018 reads 13 comments

  12. Most Dramatic Moments of the Week

    The week of Jan. 16 was one of the most memorable weeks in sports in a long time, with a number of different big games and happenings occurring across multiple sports...

    Garrett Baker Written by Garrett Baker about 4 days ago 13,982 reads 6 comments

  13. The Most Fun Awful Teams in Sports History

    It's often said that sports aren't all about winning and losing but about having fun as well. The problem, though, is that loss and fun are almost always conflicting, mutually exclusive notions...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 4 days ago 16,284 reads 13 comments

  14. Highs and Lows Only Chicago Sports Fans Would Understand

    Chicago is a unique sports town, and as such, there are certain ups and downs that only sports fans from the Second City would understand. Chicago is where Michael Jordan won his championships and solidified his immortality...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 4 days ago 28,508 reads 97 comments

  15. 'Great' Sports Teams That Kept Coming Up Short

    Sports can be absolutely relentless—on both players and fans. Just when you think a team is as solid and blessed with talent as any in the league, they end up getting beaten by an opponent who was just better on that given day...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 4 days ago 30,387 reads 121 comments

  16. Sports Fixes That Totally Worked

    No. 4 Ohio State just won the new College Football Playoff National Championship—I’d say that’s proof of one sports fix that definitely worked...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 5 days ago 15,450 reads 12 comments

  17. B-Level Guys Who Went Beast Mode for 1 Game

    Sports has a weird way of living by the mantra "superstar or bust," with fans and teams' hopes falling on the shoulders of the most talented players...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 5 days ago 12,417 reads 25 comments

  18. 14 Least Apologetic People in Sports

    When famous people have to publicly apologize for something, it never seems like they want to or even believe they need to. The odds are, apologizing is something they were made to do...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 6 days ago 15,311 reads 23 comments

  19. Athletes and Sports Figures Who Apologized for Inappropriate Jokes

    A really good joke, even if it's edgy, is rarely something you have to apologize for, because laughter softens the edge. Laughter makes the punch line the focus, rather than the joke itself...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 6 days ago 17,673 reads 10 comments

  20. Ridiculous Self-Inflicted Sports Injuries

    As a sports fan, it really sucks watching any player from your favorite team go down with an injury, causing the squad to adjust its roles and make up for the loss of a teammate...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 6 days ago 24,226 reads 8 comments

  21. The Most Successful Father-Son Combos in Sports History

    Though athletic greatness is most often associated with notions like hard work and dedication, sometimes genetic excellence supersedes all, in a way stealing the leading role...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 6 days ago 10,635 reads 15 comments

  22. Sylvester Stallone Takes Selfie with Tourists on Top of 'Rocky Steps'

    This is a dream come true. Peter Rowe and his friends were running up the "Rocky Steps" at the Philadelphia Art Museum when they got the surprise of a lifetime: Sylvester Stallone was at the top...

    Arman Walia Written by Arman Walia about 6 days ago 83,389 reads 52 comments

  23. Athletes with the Craziest Kicks, Part 1

    Do you want to see some outlandish sneakers? Good, because we have a ton of shoes lined up for you to lose sleep over. No surprise here, but the sports world is filled with guys who love their kicks...

    Giancarlo Ferrari-King Written by Giancarlo Ferrari-King about 6 days ago 11,715 reads 11 comments

  24. Athletes We'd Love to Watch a Game With

    A lot of athletes are spectators too, and I personally would love to watch a game with say, LeBron James. When seeking out game-viewing companions, what do you look for? Who are ...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 7 days ago 10,075 reads 11 comments

  25. Most Infamous Owners in Sports History

    When it comes to owning a sports franchise, there is no universal template for success, or even style. For both historically successful teams and those mired in mediocrity, there are examples of owners of every conceivable approach...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 7 days ago 15,584 reads 36 comments