Air Force Football Coach Handles Injuries Terribly; ESPN Approves

Air Force running back Devin Rushing suffered an ankle sprain in the second day of full-pads practice earlier this month when a defender grabbed his leg as another yanked his facemask. Injuries happen, and Rushing ended up missing over a week. But while Rushing was recovering, he basically wasn't considered part of… » 8/21/14 6:20pm 8/21/14 6:20pm

The Military Asked ESPN For Help With Its Drone Program

For all the contentiousness of the presidential debates, both parties could agree on one thing: Flaming death from the sky, now and forever. The use of unmanned drones to surveil and occasionally blow up brown people is so accepted as a matter of course, the Worldwide Leader in Sports didn't hesitate to add its… » 12/20/12 3:05pm 12/20/12 3:05pm

This Week's Signs Of The Apocalypse

For nearly two decades, Sports Illustrated has stirred the tea leaves to discern a weekly Sign of the Apocalypse. Deadspin salutes the magazine's ongoing effort to cover the end of times but declines to cede the scoop on the biggest event in world history. » 10/20/12 3:00pm 10/20/12 3:00pm

Denard Robinson Had More Offense Than Michigan's Offense Today

Some stock car named Denard Robinson suited up for Michigan today and accomplished more offense than the entire Michigan offense. This sounds impossible but it is not. Like the American financial system, college football's statistics attribute success to individual performance while collectivizing the losses.… » 9/08/12 9:40pm 9/08/12 9:40pm

To Watch Tonight ...

What to watch as your family reminisces about that time you actually had dinner with them ...
College FB: Air Force at Colorado State. How does one win at Washington, then lose at home against Wyoming? Oh, that's right — these players actually go to class. [ESPN]
MLB: Yankees at Orioles. Yanks' Aaron Small (9-0),… » 9/29/05 5:27pm 9/29/05 5:27pm