Munetaka Murakami, likely headed to MLB in a year or two, was the hero of the night for Team Japan.
Mel Kiper released his first mock draft since the Bears traded the No. 1 overall pick to the Panthers, and has Ryan Poles selecting an offensive lineman to help protect Justin Fields.
It’s one of the most interesting OWGR updates of the year. We’re a week out from the top 50 cutoff from the Masters.
Antoine Davis has ended his pursuit of “Pistol” Pete Maravich's NCAA scoring record. While it looked like Davis' college career was over when the College Basketball Invitational did not extend an invitation to the Titans, he held out hope until Monday that he would get another chance to play, possibly in an inaugural College Hoops Postseason 8. The CBI, which started Saturday, posted pictures on its Twitter account of Maravich and Davis shortly after Detroit Mercy lost at Youngstown State and had talks with the school about a potential invitation.
Charles Robinson is joined by Charles McDonald and Jori Epstein to recap the latest news around NFL free agency, including OT Laremy Tunsil signing a historical extension with the Houston Texans, the Carolina Panthers building around a rookie, Cincinnati Bengals signing OT Orlando Brown Jr, the latest with Lamar Jackson and more before diving into some biggest winners and losers of 2023 NFL free agency.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is free to speak with other teams. He currently isn’t. But someone on his behalf has. Per multiple sources, a representative for Jackson has contacted more than one team in an effort to spark negotiations aimed at a possible offer sheet. The representative is not certified by the NFL Players Association. [more]
The Purdue great puts it on the players about missing open 3-point opportunities. And he has concerns about their approach to breaking a press.
The Bulls big three of Zach LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, Nikoka Vucevic did something no other trio has this season, or any Bulls have since 1977-78.
“He’s probably a No. 2 who has been paid as a No. 1 for most of his career,” one executive told Yahoo Sports.
Golden Bears head coach Ian Herbers feared for his team's safety "every time" they went on the ice.
The most notable part of this year’s Sweet 16 might be how many of men’s college basketball’s perennial juggernauts aren’t part of it.
The Atlanta Braves have apparently decided who will replace the departed Dansby Swanson as their starting shortstop. It's not who most people expected it to be.
Domantas Sabonis is putting up Wilt Chamberlain-like numbers for the Kings this season.
The Bills have signed running back Damien Harris, formerly of the Patriots, to provide more toughness at the position.
Jaylen Brown was asked point-blank if he wanted to stay with the Celtics long-term, and the All-Star guard gave a notable answer that requires a bit of context.
The Eagles' top pick has drawn favorable comparisons to a future Hall of Famer.
After his best finish in over a year and a half, Webb Simpson has parted ways with his longtime caddie, Paul Tesori.
The Cowboys are not done. They restructured newly-acquired WR Brandin Cooks’ contract and cleared $6 million off the cap to add other players.
Let's look at five teams on the board with some of the widest odds to make the Final Four.
The Sweet 16 is set after a pair of big upsets in the round of 32.