1. 13 Sports Rivalries That Came to Blows

    Sports rivalries often lead to fantastic games, brilliant trash talk and memorable legacies. Sometimes, they can even lead to some outrageous brawls...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 6 days ago 18,626 reads 31 comments

  2. Arsenal vs. Wigan Athletic: Remembering the 2006 Carling Cup Semi-Final

    This weekend, Arsenal will face Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup semi-final. And while the two sides have played each other a number of times over the last few seasons in the Premier ...

    Crippy Cooke Written by Crippy Cooke about 6 days ago 3,555 reads 0 comments

  3. Athletes Who Have Paid for Jersey Numbers

    While most of us can admit to having some sort of superstitions or routines, athletes seem to have a hell of a lot more than normal folks. One of those weird things is having a favorite number to wear...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 6 days ago 35,524 reads 26 comments

  4. 6 Things We Learned from Champions League Last 8: Bayern Still the Team to Beat

    After four absorbing ties and eight exhilarating games, we are down to the last four in this year’s UEFA Champions League...

    Shane Murray Written by Shane Murray about 7 days ago 730 reads 0 comments

  5. These Ex-Athletes Could Still Destroy You at the Gym

    You have two paths you can take after retiring from professional sports. The first is a glazed trail through the Bourbon-Bacon Forest. Chest pains and $400 Cheesecake Factory tabs wait behind ever bend...

    Dan Carson Written by Dan Carson about 7 days ago 82,542 reads 29 comments

  6. Drake to Host 2014 ESPY Awards Show

    When it came time to pick the host for the 2014 ESPY Awards, Drake was an obvious choice. Given the rapper's experience in the sports business and sports pop culture scenes, he should be well equipped to emcee the July 16 event...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 7 days ago 19,554 reads 231 comments

  7. 20 Players Who Need to Play in a New League

    Every now and again, when watching a Europa League game, an Eredivisie encounter between PSV and Ajax or simply reading through the gossip pages of the national newspapers or popular ...

    Shane Murray Written by Shane Murray about 7 days ago 2,041 reads 5 comments

  8. Athlete Wardrobe Malfunctions

    You want to know what I find embarrassing? Getting caught with your zipper down or wearing a shirt that's misspelled...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 7 days ago 34,223 reads 2 comments

  9. Jameis Winston and FSU Baseball Recreate National-Title TD During Rain Delay

    We've seen the Florida State baseball team get creative to entertain themselves and fans during a rain delay, but this time, it incorporated pitcher Jameis Winston's other talent: football...

    Tristan Thornburgh Written by Tristan Thornburgh about 8 days ago 50,250 reads 48 comments

  10. A Look into the World of Mexican Wrestling

    On the heels of WrestleMania 30, essentially the Super Bowl of WWE , it feels like just the right time to take a peak into the colorful world of Mexican professional wrestling...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 8 days ago 34,710 reads 4 comments

  11. Weirdest Sports Injuries

    Professional athletes armed with amazing talent can captivate, entertain and confound. Sadly, that goes double for the manner in which they get injured. Sneezing seems to be an epidemic...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 8 days ago 46,737 reads 15 comments

  12. 25 Instances of Mascots Misbehaving

    Mascots are known for their unruly behavior and general shenanigans at sporting events. That’s why they’re there to begin with, right? To misbehave and entertain the crowd with their hijinks is practically the job description...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 9 days ago 36,076 reads 6 comments

  13. Pics: Empire of the Sun, New Politics Rock Out at Bud Light Hotel Tourney Party

    In an apparent effort to make every other tourney party look sad, Bud Light has taken over a Dallas hotel, stuffed it with 300-plus basketball fans, trucked in 16,000 bottles of beer and then let Empire of the Sun play a concert out back...

    Ryan Klocke Written by Ryan Klocke about 9 days ago 48 reads 0 comments

  14. Athletes Who Got Too Famous, Too Fast

    While sports are great, the one thing that can be a bit annoying is hearing about "the next big thing" every single year...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 9 days ago 102,954 reads 84 comments

  15. NYPD and FDNY Team Up for Enormous Brawl During Charity Hockey Game

    A good ol' fashioned bench-clearing brawl broke out during a charity game between the New York City Police Department and the New York City Fire Department on Sunday, proving that goodwill can indeed come in the form of precisely placed uppercuts...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 9 days ago 30,266 reads 23 comments

  16. Mark Emmert Only a Voice for NCAA Problems, Not the Problem Itself

    As the face of the college athletics juxtaposition, the NCAA is a popular punching bag. As the face of the NCAA, its president, Mark Emmert , receives the brunt of the finger-pointing...

    Ben Kercheval Written by Ben Kercheval about 9 days ago 10,988 reads 6 comments

  17. Don Cherry Struggles to Pronounce Jacoby Ellsbury's Name

    Hockey commentator Don Cherry has been around for a long time now, but even he struggles pronouncing names from time to time...

    Tyler Brooke Written by Tyler Brooke about 11 days ago 7,765 reads 9 comments

  18. This Week in Annoying: The Worst in Sports Right Now

    Let's pour one hot for Carlos Gonzalez 's inability to dip without swallowing. Welcome back to another edition of what's wrong in the sports world, a lighter look at some seriously entertaining stuff...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 12 days ago 775 reads 0 comments

  19. 20 Celebs You Never Realized Were in Your Favorite Sports Movie

    If you had to compare the typical career of a well-known actor to an athlete who has the same kind of name recognition, more often than not, it would align much more closely with Steve Young or Manu Ginobili than Wayne Gretzky or Andrew Luck...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 12 days ago 134,124 reads 45 comments

  20. For the Win: The Coolest Stuff in Sports for the Week

    Ronda Rousey scared a Turtle, the Red Sox need new outfits to go with all their new jewelry and Derek Jeter is still one heck of a human being. Yes, we might say this was a very good week...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 12 days ago 21,227 reads 5 comments

  21. Amazing Softball Pitcher Decides to Switch Arms After Tommy John Surgery

    Tommy John surgery normally mandates pitchers take a great deal of time off to rehabilitate. In a remarkable turn, a high school softball player found a loophole in that sentiment, choosing to instead switch hands and become a southpaw after surgery...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 12 days ago 130 reads 0 comments

  22. 10 Most Dramatic Moments of the Week

    There is no shortage of drama in sports this time of year. With March Madness winding down to the Final Four, MLB starting their season and the NHL and NBA heading towards the playoffs, you can find excitement almost every night...

    Garrett Baker Written by Garrett Baker about 12 days ago 8,479 reads 13 comments

  23. Insanely Fast Knockouts

    If you've ever spent a bunch of money to watch a boxing or MMA bout, I'm sure you can agree that the hope is for the thing to last longer than a few minutes...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 12 days ago 44,475 reads 11 comments

  24. Men vs. Women: Will Women One Day Be Better at Football Than Men?

    No one will deny that women’s football has come a long way since the discrimination and oppression it suffered when first founded in the late 1800s...

    Ross  Edgley Written by Ross Edgley about 12 days ago 2,183 reads 38 comments

  25. 25 of the Most Influential Women in Sports

    Though women who have the talent and ambition to be leaders and make a difference still face challenges that simply do not apply to their male counterparts, we experience the kind ...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 13 days ago 36,162 reads 28 comments