Iowa star Caitlin Clark made more history on Sunday, passing Pete Maravich for the all-time scoring record.
Chris Mortensen, who first joined ESPN in 1991, was one of the country's top NFL reporters for decades.
Wideouts of all different types and draft projections were able to shine. Meanwhile, Mitchell may wind up as the first cornerback drafted after his impressive workout.
Which players saw their fantasy stock increase after the NBA trade deadline? Who went the opposite way? Dan Titus makes his picks.
When a star enters a slump it offers the perfect time to try to trade for him in fantasy hockey. Check out our suggestions.
Fantasy baseball analysts Scott Pianowski, Dalton Del Don and Andy Behrens reveal whom they're amped to select when they're on the clock in 2024.
Super Bowl week is officially here and we have already seen a record number of bets placed on the big game this weekend. But we are here to tell you there's more to place and more money to make. The Athletic and Yahoo's very own Nate Tice joins Matt Harmon ON-LOCATION at Radio Row in Las Vegas for a special Super Bowl edition of Stat Nerd.
Jorge Martin presents the case for the young and talented Green Bay Packers as an offense fantasy managers should target next season.
It’s time to plan ahead and make some fantasy roster cuts to make room for some new contributors once the NBA trade deadline passes. Here’s our list of candidates.
Super Bowl LVIII went from a slog to an instant classic with ramifications that will shape both conferences this offseason and the 2024 season. Matt Harmon and Andy Behrens provide their biggest takeaways from the Chiefs dramatic overtime win over the 49ers and look ahead to how each team will look in 2024.
It's the pod that was promised. Matt Harmon and The Ringer's Benjamin Solak team up to go through every single new head coach and offensive coordinator hire this coaching cycle and ask one simple question: Is this an offensive ecosystem worth investing in next season?
After three weeks off since their last podcast, Jake Mintz & Jordan Shusterman are back with the latest episode of Baseball Bar-B-Cast, now on the Yahoo Sports network. So many exciting baseball things have happened in the last few weeks as spring training gets off the ground, and of course we have nowhere else to start but the pants.
Clark's vest is the first Juszczyk has made for an athlete celebrating the athlete, rather than for a player's loved one.
Tension continues to swirl around F1's top team and driver as unanswered questions remain around team principal Christian Horner.
Yahoo Sports has you covered after all the action at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.
Oliveira seems due for a Performance of the Night bonus, too.
Now's the time to work hard to upgrade your fantasy hockey teams. Our waiver wire suggestions can help.
Jason Fitz & Frank Schwab start off the show by acknowledging the tragic shooting in Kansas City and offering their condolences before transitioning into some of the breaking news around the NFL. The San Francisco 49ers parted ways with DC Steve Wilks after a shaky playoff run, and Chris Jones loudly proclaimed that he is staying in Kansas City despite being a free agent. The duo discuss what went wrong for Wilks in the Bay and whether or not they expect Jones to actually return to the Kansas City Chiefs in 2024. The duo also discuss the continuing debate around Kyle Shanahan's in-game decisions during Super Bowl LVIII and whether or not he deserves the heat he's getting. The Chiefs are the team everyone in the AFC will have to chase for the foreseeable future, so Fitz and Frank take a dive into each AFC contender's current situation and give their blueprint for how the team can compete with KC in the playoffs in the next year or two. The duo give their thoughts on the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Chargers, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Jets and Cleveland Browns before finishing the show by deciding if they think each of these teams have a realistic chance of catching up by next season.
Funny how perception of Saudi Arabia's investment in golf has changed completely in just a few short years.
Clark has broken Maravich's 54-year-old record and become the NCAA's leading scorer.