Four teams have national title odds of +1800 or better in the West.
The Astros begin their World Series title defense against the White Sox.
Jake and Dan are back with another fun episode of No Cap Room, kicking off the episode with a celebration of the Sacramento Kings making it into the playoffs for the first time since 2006 and ending it with tales from the ranch.
The Bills safety also met with House members and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer in an effort to increase access to and awareness of life-saving medical technology.
Anthony Richardson had a little fun during his Pro Day.
Fantasy football analyst Matt Harmon breaks down the players and teams who just didn't catch a break in the early months of the NFL offseason.
Giants left fielder is baseball's version of the Defense Against the Dark Arts professor.
Durant wasn't at his best. But he was a welcome sight for Suns fans in a critical game for the Western Conference standings.
After making its first Final Four in school history, the time is right for San Diego State to get poached by a major conference.
The Mets have lost their 40-year-old starter for at least 10 days.
Could the NFL put multiple teams in Europe? It's a wild idea -- here are the challenges, and the opportunities, involved.
With Opening Day here, Scott Pianowski ranks all 30 MLB teams to see which squad has the most fantasy juice.
The NIT brings us an all-Conference USA final as the North Texas Mean Green go head-to-head with the UAB Blazers.
It comes at a time when the game has never been more popular or involved in the culture, with the NCAA media rights deal coming up.
There's nothing like getting off to a hot start in your fantasy baseball season. Fred Zinkie identifies the teams to lean into for April.
Baseball is back.
Saturday's Der Klassiker took on added meaning this week when Bayern flipped the script and handed the team over to Thomas Tuchel after suddenly sacking managerial wunderkind Julian Nagelsmann.
The last time the Jets made the playoffs, Oprah was still on network television.
The Yankees have a problem, but it's also a humblebrag.
The Bucks look primed for the postseason.