The Rose Bowl is a matchup of two of the most iconic programs in college football. Here are all of the other matchups we are (and aren't) looking forward to.
The Chiefs are complaining about an obvious penalty being called a penalty.
Kadarius Toney didn't line up right.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde give their thoughts on LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels winning this season’s Heisman Trophy on Saturday night.
Ohtani reportedly won't see $680 million of his groundbreaking contract for more than a decade. The deferral was reportedly his idea.
Hartman threw 24 TDs and 8 interceptions in 2023.
Here's what you need to know about how to watch the primetime doubleheader on Monday Night Football tonight.
Three teams are tied at 6-7, with the "winner" guaranteed destruction in the wild-card round, worse draft position and a first-place schedule next season. Oh, and the other team's on pace for the worst record yet in the 17-game era.
An NFL game still hasn't ended in a 0-0 tie since 1943.
Joe Flacco's comeback almost didn't happen.
NDSU has won two FCS national titles since Entz was hired in 2019.
While Caitlin Clark and Paige Bueckers sit at the top of this draft class, the consensus strength lies in the group of forwards and centers who are eligible.
This was an all-time go-ahead touchdown in a critical game. Until it wasn't.
Stroud was under constant pressure from the Jets defensive front before his exit.
Here’s what we learned from seven hours of elite basketball in Connecticut on Sunday.
Yahoo Sports takes a look at nine players who impressed at the Nike EYBL Scholastic Showcase in Las Vegas.
Wembanyama still leads all rookies in points, rebounds, steals and blocks per game, but he rates 32nd in effective field-goal percentage, shooting 36.6% on everything but dunks.
Anthony Davis and LeBron James had as many rebounds as every Pacer combined.
Jason Fitz and Frank Schwab join forces to give their instant takeaways from a bizarre week of football, as the duo react to each and every game from the NFL Week 14 Sunday slate. The duo start by discussing Fitz' nightmare experience witnessing his Las Vegas Raiders get shutout at home and what it means for both teams and their defunct offenses. Fitz and Frank also highlight the ending of the Sunday night game (and Patrick Mahomes' surprising reaction), the Dallas Cowboys' dominance over the Philadelphia Eagles and what it means for the NFC and the Detroit Lions appearing MIA against the Chicago Bears. Later, Fitz and Frank react to the rest of the Sunday slate, as they have discussions around Joe Flacco's unbelievable performance, Brock Purdy's legitimacy as an MVP candidate, Zach Wilson's comeback game, a wacky NFC South race and much more. The dynamic duo finish off the show with their bold predictions for the doubleheader on Monday night, as Fitz predicts a huge game from Tyreek Hill, and Frank thinks the New York Giants pull off the upset against the Green Bay Packers.
Things haven't always gone smoothly for Dallas in the Dak Prescott era, which is why beating a high-caliber Eagles team on Sunday was so important.