1. What It Was Like to Witness Change on the University of Missouri Campus

    COLUMBIA, Mo. — Mornings are usually pretty quiet on Carnahan Quad, the open field separating the Missouri School of Law and the Trulaske College of Business...

    Jason Boatright Written by Jason Boatright about 3 months ago 4,126 reads 9 comments

  2. The Many Ways Athletes Travel in Style

    For most of us, traveling anywhere beyond a few miles is almost guaranteed to be an absolute nightmare, at least after a certain age...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 7 months ago 35,624 reads 7 comments

  3. Serena Williams, Tennis Stars Discuss Body Image in New York Times Interview

    Female athletics have risen to the forefront lately with the United States women's soccer team winning a World Cup and Serena Williams putting together another great run at Wimbledon...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 7 months ago 130,612 reads 0 comments

  4. Sonny Vaccaro Pays Homage to Legendary Nike Patriarch Phil Knight

    On Tuesday, Phil Knight announced that he will be stepping down as the chairman of Nike in 2016. That news might not have made such massive waves across the sports world if not for Sonny Vaccaro...

    Josh Martin Written by Josh Martin about 7 months ago 28,203 reads 16 comments

  5. Sean Conroy Becomes 1st Openly Gay Professional Baseball Player in Shutout Win

    Sean Conroy, a right-handed pitcher for the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs' Sonoma Stompers, made history Thursday night by becoming the first openly gay professional baseball player...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 8 months ago 76,766 reads 0 comments

  6. Derrick Gordon Discusses Decision to Transfer to Seton Hall

    Derrick Gordon, the former Massachusetts guard who became the first openly gay player to compete in a men's Division I college basketball game in November after coming out in April ...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 9 months ago 787 reads 0 comments

  7. 12 Signs the Good Ol' Days of Sports Are Gone

    Ah, the good ol’ days, when taking your family to a game didn’t require a second mortgage and an NBA star’s dental work was not considered big news. What are the good ol’ days, exactly? You know, just…back then...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 10 months ago 13,940 reads 13 comments

  8. Georgia Senate Passes 'Todd Gurley Bill' to Punish People for Paying Athletes

    Todd Gurley's suspension last season for putting his autograph on merchandise for a dealer to sell has inspired a new bill that was passed by the Georgia Senate on Tuesday. According to Walter C...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 10 months ago 17,524 reads 14 comments

  9. Police Investigating Racist and Abusive Behaviour by Alleged Chelsea Fans

    Four alleged Chelsea supporters were kicked off a train from London to Manchester on Sunday following reported claims of racist and abusive behaviour...

    Matt Jones Written by Matt Jones about 11 months ago 9,835 reads 49 comments

  10. The Most Influential Sports Figures You Forgot About

    Marvin Miller was one of the most influential people in baseball, but have you heard of him? We remember impactful athletes like Jackie Robinson and Muhammad Ali, but what about ...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 12 months ago 10,774 reads 10 comments