This dude continues to stink at his job.
Will Zalatoris opened up about why he parted ways with longtime caddie Ryan Goble in the middle of the Wyndham Championship.
Nick Faldo retired after 19 years as a golf broadcaster. Here's what his friends and colleagues had to say.
Cole Beasley speaks on his departure from the #Bills & how much he appreciates #BillsMafia still:
Here's a look at the winners and losers from Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
What might the 2022 preseason USA TODAY Coaches Poll look like? It's our predicted best guess on the first football Coaches Poll of the season.
New York didn't make a splash at the trade deadline, but welcomed Jacob deGrom back this week and won a crucial series vs. Atlanta.
Popular NESN analyst Dennis Eckersley is calling it quits after this season. Here's his explanation for walking away.
Aaron Boone’s anger began bubbling during an at-bat where Marwin Gonzalez was struck out looking at a breaking pitch.
Fowler held on to his tenuous position to advance to next week's FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis.
Throughout golf history, there are many iconic shots that have secured major wins. Ashleigh Buhai now has one of them.
The field for the playoff opener is set at 122 players – for now. Three eligible players will not compete in Memphis.
See the top Twitter reactions to Jamahal Hill's win over Thiago Santos in the UFC on ESPN 40 main event.
Richard Seymour's Hall of Fame speech was fantastic, and he even took a playful jab at former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Sir Nick Faldo broke down in tears on Sunday as his illustrious broadcasting career came to an end.
Here's a look at the full list of the top 125 players on the Tour's final eligibility list who are headed to the playoffs.
Aaron Rodgers credits ayahuasca with helping him be "back in love with football," but says relationship with estranged family still work in progress.
Leandro Lo, a Brazilian jiu-jitsu world champion, reportedly was shot dead in Brazil, which triggered reactions throughout combat sports.
In his argument for Deshaun Watson, the NFL Players Association specifically pointed to owners who weren’t punished at all or weren’t punished significantly for actual or potential violations of the Personal Conduct Policy. The NFLPA focused on Daniel Snyder, Robert Kraft and Jerry Jones. On Sunday, Jones spoke to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth [more]
A standout play in Sunday’s practice showed a glimpse of what might be ahead for the Kansas City Chiefs’ offense.