The Sportswriter Who Left Her Job After Finding A Million Dollars

You may remember Selena Roberts from her days at The New York Times, where she became notorious for her crusading columns about the Duke lacrosse rape case. Or maybe you know her from her stint as a senior writer at Sports Illustrated, where she was part of the rotation that replaced Rick Reilly in the magazine's… » 7/15/13 2:03pm 7/15/13 2:03pm

Central Figure In Selena Roberts's Nothingburger Auburn Story Pleads…

Mike McNeil, the central figure in Selena Roberts's much-bruited story about the University of Auburn football program, has pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery. He will serve at least three years in prison, nothing like the 21-years-to-life sentence he'd faced on the original charges. That brings to a close the… » 4/08/13 6:48pm 4/08/13 6:48pm

Clemens To Appear On "Mike And Mike" Tomorrow For A Friendly Chat About…

ESPN will announce that Roger Clemens is scheduled to be on tomorrow's "Mike and Mike" (around 8:25 a.m.) to, presumably, compare Selena Roberts' fact-finding ability to other author's works. It should be enlightening. » 5/11/09 4:50pm 5/11/09 4:50pm