It’s now been six days since Hugh Freeze resigned as head football coach at Ole Miss after personal behavior that school officials described as “moral turpitude.” (Translation: at least one instance of calling an escort service from his university-issued cell phone, which was part of a larger “pattern of conduct that…
Rafael Devers, just called up by the Boston Red Sox, is the youngest player in baseball. Today was only the second MLB game ever for the 20-year-old third baseman, but he has already made an impact:
Have you heard the news? Michael Phelps raced a Great White shark to kick off Discovery Channel’s annual “Shark Week” in style. Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White aired Sunday night after months of anticipation, and it settled the question that I guess someone maybe thought of at some point: Could the…
On Monday, Sports Illustrated’s Greg Bishop published a story about Tom Brady’s longevity that greatly credited the quarterback’s fitness guru, Alex Guerrero, while failing to properly address the fact that Guerrero has been sued multiple times for fraud and has run afoul of the FTC for hawking products that he…
If you had asked me when I was a student at the University of Florida who is Huntley Johnson, my answer would have been this: The guy who represents all the football players. Football players exist in the bizarre NCAA unreality where those in power refuse to pay their most necessary workers a living wage but somehow…
The ongoing furor in response to Michael Phelps not actually getting into open water with a great white shark to race side by side is the dumbest and most hilarious in recent pop culture history. And it’s continuing! Hallelujah.
His face has never changed.
Here’s a couple of plays from the FIBA U19 Women’s Basketball World Cup final over the weekend, Russia vs. Spain. Pay close attention, because nobody on the court did.
This feature originally appeared in Inside Sports and appears here with permission.
With more than 1.6 million members, AFSCME is the nation’s biggest union of public employees, and one of the most politically powerful—and now, one of the most threatened. We spoke to Lee Saunders, the president of the union, about trying to survive the “battle” of the vicious new Trump era.
Yesterday, Katie Ledecky won the 1500 meter freestyle world championship by 19 seconds. It was her 12th gold medal at worlds, a record for women swimmers, breaking a tie with Missy Franklin.
Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones had a pretty chill offseason, resting for most of it to heal up from foot surgery in March. However, Jones was recently jet skiing on Lake Lanier, a large reservoir north of Atlanta, when he hit a boat wake and flopped into the water.
An indigenous tribe from northern Mexico known for producing ultramarathoners has increasingly been forced by cartels into drug-running. [Texas Monthly]
Welcome to NeyWatch, a series in which we catch up with the daily, often contradictory updates on the hottest story of the summer.
Back in September, the Indianapolis Star was the first publication to report on sexual-abuse allegations made against Larry Nassar, then a physician and faculty at Michigan State University. In their initial story, two women claimed that Nassar had sexually assaulted them when they were young teenage gymnasts while he…