Follow along as contracts are signed and rosters for 2024 are assembled.
The expanded playoff is just a year away, but it would have been nice to have this season.
The Seminoles ended up the fifth wheel, on the outside looking in. But the reason they were jilted goes far beyond the 13 people on the selection committee.
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.
McCord threw for over 3,000 yards in his first season as Ohio State's starter.
The final drive included a controversial late hit on Patrick Mahomes, a pass interference that wasn't called and an ejection after Isiah Pacheco threw a punch.
Tyler Buchner was a top lacrosse recruit out of high school before he landed at Notre Dame to play football.
Simone Biles was at the game to support her husband, Packers safety Jonathan Owens.
We have kind of a cosmic gumbo: the NBA’s two most decorated bluebloods alongside three franchises that have never won a title; four top-10 offenses and three top-10 defenses; five members of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary Team and eight members of the 2022-23 All-NBA team; and a Zion in a pear tree.
The Eagles head of security took one for the team.
Arizona is still No. 1 in the country for the first time since 2014.
Jason Fitz and Frank Schwab react to every game from the Week 13 NFL Sunday slate as they attempt to get ahead of the biggest storylines of the week and give their instant analysis to every game. Fitz and Frank start off by highlighting a wild Sunday night game, where Jordan Love and the Green Bay Packers made a statement that they are to be taken seriously in a tight NFC Wild Card race. The San Francisco 49ers left no doubt that they should be atop everyone's power rankings this week and the race for the first overall pick is heating up with the Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots both refusing to win games. Later, Fitz and Frank react to each and every game from the weekend, highlighting the Los Angeles Rams on a win streak and staying in the playoff hunt, C.J. Stroud and the rest of the AFC South continuing to outperform expectations, Tyreek Hill for MVP (again) and much more. The dynamic duo finish off the episode by looking ahead to the Monday night game, as the Jacksonville Jaguars will attempt to keep rolling against a Joe Burrow-less Cincinnati Bengals.
After a conversation with manager Dave Roberts, Mookie Betts will stop playing right field next season.
Tiger Woods turned in another solid performance in another comeback, but what lies ahead for the legend?
Drinkwitz could hardly contain himself as he sent the ESPN studio crew into uncontrolled laughter.
The pair are evenly matched and putting up similar numbers so far this season with Holmgren shooting better from 3-point range and looking more polished off the dribble.
The Chargers were bad in Sunday's 6-0 victory, but at least they could point across the field and say, "we're not those guys."
The 2022 Heisman winner is a likely top-three choice in the 2024 NFL draft if and when he declares.
This doesn't seem designed to end well between the sides.
James Harden felt betrayed by Daryl Morey when the max deal he was promised never materialized.