1. Chelsea vs. PSG: Lessons Learned from International Champions Cup

    Chelsea overcame Paris Saint-Germain on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the International Champions Cup on Saturday. Thibaut Courtois came close to ripping the net off with the winning penalty in a 6-5 shootout victory...

    Sam Tighe Written by Sam Tighe about 8 days ago 38,621 reads 69 comments

  2. Manchester United vs Barcelona: Lessons Learned from International Champions Cup

    Manchester United claimed a 3-1 victory from a tight match against Barcelona in the International Champions Cup on Saturday...

    Sam Tighe Written by Sam Tighe about 8 days ago 57,977 reads 224 comments

  3. The Sports World's Most Enthusiastic 'Villains'

    In sports, someone always has to be the villain, even if it’s by default. It’s the nature of competition—when someone wins, someone else loses...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 8 days ago 18,285 reads 31 comments

  4. 2018 FIFA World Cup Preliminary Draw: UEFA Winners and Losers

    The 2018 FIFA World Cup preliminary draw is complete ; the fate of every team on every continent vying for a spot at the world's biggest prestigious sporting event has been decided...

    Sam Tighe Written by Sam Tighe about 8 days ago 47,583 reads 82 comments

  5. South Africa vs. New Zealand: Winners and Losers in 2015 Rugby Championship Game

    New Zealand took a gigantic leap toward a successful defence of their Rugby Championship title on Saturday after coming back from behind to defeat South Africa 27-20 at Ellis Park...

    Tom Sunderland Written by Tom Sunderland about 8 days ago 5,186 reads 0 comments

  6. Arsenal vs. Lyon: Lessons Learned from Emirates Cup

    Premier League side Arsenal trounced Ligue 1 opponents Olympique Lyonnais 6-0 in their first game of the Emirates Cup on Saturday, moving to the top of the table in the two-day tournament...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 8 days ago 18,290 reads 41 comments

  7. AC Milan vs. Inter Milan: Lessons Learned from International Champions Cup

    AC Milan defeated Inter Milan in the "first" derby of the new season, with the International Champions Cup pre-season fixture being played in China and ending with a 1-0 scoreline...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 8 days ago 10,071 reads 20 comments

  8. SEC Football: 15 Transfers Who Will Make an Impact in 2015

    SEC football programs are known for their ability to recruit, and every season's top-10 rankings are evidence of that fact. But there's more to recruiting than scouring high schools...

    Brad Shepard Written by Brad Shepard about 8 days ago 64,251 reads 154 comments

  9. Ranking the Top Potential MLB Trade Deadline Steals

    Every July there are at least a handful of names that become staples in the trade rumor mill. It seems one cannot discuss any rumors without finding a way to invoke those names in the conversation...

    Anthony Witrado Written by Anthony Witrado about 8 days ago 106,029 reads 79 comments

  10. Predicting the 10 Most Penalized Players for the 2015-16 NHL Season

    As fighting becomes less and less commonplace in the NHL , the league's agitators are assuming more prominent positions among the pure fighters on the list of players who have accumulated the most penalty minutes...

    Carol Schram Written by Carol Schram about 8 days ago 21,230 reads 31 comments

  11. Projecting the Most Improved Player at Every Position for 2015

    Here we are again, with another nebulous term to define as we try to project the concept of "improvement" onto players...

    Rivers McCown Written by Rivers McCown about 8 days ago 192,165 reads 468 comments

  12. Stock Up, Stock Down for All 30 NBA Teams Entering August

    For all intents and purposes, the roster-remodeling portion of the 2015 NBA offseason is finished. A few stragglers are left on the free-agent market, but the monumental shifts to basketball's landscape have already taken place...

    Zach Buckley Written by Zach Buckley about 9 days ago 305,072 reads 790 comments

  13. MLB Trade Deadline: Players Who Would Be Better off Staying Put

    With the MLB trade deadline approaching July 31, teams are deciding whether to declare themselves buyers or sellers...

    Brian Marron Written by Brian Marron about 9 days ago 514 reads 0 comments

  14. Biggest Sports Rule Changes of the Last 15 Years

    The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said that change is the only constant in life, and he may as well have been talking about the rules of sports...

    Nick Selbe Written by Nick Selbe about 9 days ago 15,013 reads 40 comments

  15. Big 12 Football: Ranking the Top 2015 Must-Watch Games

    Well, look at that. It's almost August, which means it's almost time for preseason camp. Football, even if in practice form, is almost here. Still, we know the summer offseason is a tough time for everyone...

    Ben Kercheval Written by Ben Kercheval about 9 days ago 2,106 reads 6 comments

  16. 6 Undrafted 2015 NBA Rookies with Greatest Potential to Make an Impact Next Year

    Every year, we see a handful of prospects go overlooked during the NBA draft process. Last season, it was Tarik Black, Langston Galloway and Bryce Cotton...

    Jonathan Wasserman Written by Jonathan Wasserman about 9 days ago 83,704 reads 120 comments

  17. Breaking Down the Best and Worst of the WWE for Week of July 20

    Undertaker stepping out of the darkness once more led to one of the year's high points, but only if one ignored the odd timing of that emergence...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 9 days ago 11,447 reads 38 comments

  18. WWE's Top Tweets, Instagram Photos and Viral Videos for Week of July 20

    To soak up WWE social media this week, one needed a box of tissues nearby. Interactions with young fans and wrestlers reaching out to their famous fathers created some tear-jerking moments on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube ...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 9 days ago 20,336 reads 43 comments

  19. Power 5 Schools with the Biggest Gains and Losses in Stadium Attendance

    Attendance at major college football games is either booming or busting—the answer depends on which programs you ask...

    Justin Ferguson Written by Justin Ferguson about 9 days ago 11,124 reads 19 comments

  20. Repeat Champs Who Were Better the Second Time

    Winning a championship in any of level of sports is an extremely difficult thing to do, as it takes a lot of factors to secure a title, with good luck, great health and even better team chemistry maybe being the most critical components...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 9 days ago 32,417 reads 33 comments

  21. WWE NXT Big Board: Updated Prospect Rankings and Analysis for July 24

    A mass exodus has shifted the power structure in the WWE NXT women's division in a major way. The No. 1 beneficiary of the transformation? Bayley...

    Ryan Dilbert Written by Ryan Dilbert about 9 days ago 23,074 reads 72 comments

  22. Fantasy Football 2015: 10 Players You Definitely Shouldn't Draft

    With less than 50 days until the start of the NFL season, 2015 fantasy football is right around the corner...

    Daniel Ferrara Written by Daniel Ferrara about 9 days ago 82,025 reads 173 comments

  23. Liverpool vs. Malaysia XI: Lessons Learned from Pre-Season Friendly

    Liverpool's summer tour of Asia and Australia came to a low-key end with a 1-1 draw against Malaysia XI on Friday, with Jordon Ibe scoring a tremendous goal to equalise in a match with few other talking points for the Reds...

    Karl Matchett Written by Karl Matchett about 9 days ago 21,977 reads 56 comments

  24. 12 Times Kobe Bryant Came Through and Shut Down Social Media

    For someone who only joined Twitter in 2013, Kobe Bryant dominates social media like it's his job. In just two years, Bryant has become a master mic-dropper...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 9 days ago 100,461 reads 93 comments

  25. The Most Criticized Sports Stars of the 2000s

    While most envy the lives of rich and famous sports stars, not all elite athletes have it easy. In fact, whether fair or unfair, some are forced to endure relentless, brutal and sometimes life-altering criticism...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 9 days ago 14,129 reads 66 comments