Check out our fantasy football rankings for Week 4 of the 2023 NFL season!
Through five weeks of the college football season, the national championship picture feels wide open.
The AL West title is up for grabs on Sunday.
The NASCAR Cup Series playoff Round of 12 shifts to the unpredictable high banks of Talladega this weekend.
Alvarez routed Jermell Charlo to retain the undisputed super middleweight title Saturday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. But does it make sense to have him face Crawford, the undisputed welterweight champion, in his next outing?
Caleb Williams and the Trojans weren't the only ones sweating out a near-upset on a Saturday filled with dramatic finishes.
The NFL is headed across the pond. Here's what you need to know about how to watch the Jaguars vs. Falcons in London.
Follow the action all day Saturday as we keep you updated on Week 5 action.
Fantasy football analyst Scott Pianowski reveals who he's putting his chips on for Week 4.
Fantasy bounce-back stories are a theme our analysts expect to emerge from Week 4. What else are they predicting?
Former UFC star Nate Diaz got into a street fight with a YouTube personality in April, but officials in New Orleans have said Diaz choked out Rodney Petersen in self-defense. Thus, they have declined to prosecute him.
Here's what you need to know about how to watch the Bills vs. Dolphins game.
Here's everything you need to know injury-wise for Week 4.
Chandler Jones' release comes after a turbulent week that saw him arrested for allegedly violating a protective order.
Deshaun Watson's shoulder is forcing him to sit against the Ravens.
The Jaguars need to bounce back after a disappointing loss in Week 3.
Here's what you need to know about how to watch the Pats v. Cowboys game.
Fantasy football analyst Scott Pianowski sheds light on some overlooked lineup options for Week 4.
Dame's arrival in Milwaukee was a little awkward.
The Marlins, Blue Jays, Rangers, Diamondbacks and Astros clinched their tickets to the postseason on Saturday, as the playoff picture is almost complete.