On Thursday at Indian Wells, Serena Williams will play her first tour event in more than a year. Is she ready? Yesterday in an interview with the BBC, Williams heaved a sigh and answered:
Bucknell downed Colgate tonight at home in a stunning last-minute comeback that saw the Bison score 13 points in the final 50 seconds.
Earlier tonight, in a quick blog about James Harden’s layup off the shot clock, I wrote the following:
Okay, I don’t want to spoil anything for you, so let me just set the scene. This is action in the North West Counties Football League of England, with Padiham down 3-1 against Widnes in the 92nd minute. Widnes, the leaders, are in yellow, while Padiham is in blue. Now watch:
Malik Rosier drove Miami 75 yards after a late FSU score to deny the Seminoles a rivalry win and keep the Hurricanes undefeated in finding Darrell Langham on a 23-yard touchdown pass that seized a 24-20 victory.
The Atlanta Hawks downed the Cavs today in overtime after coming back from a 93-67 deficit early in the fourth quarter. It’s the biggest blown fourth-quarter lead in almost 15 years.
As the 2001 Seattle Mariners know, no lead is safe. The 2016 version of that team revisited that lesson last night against the Padres, but ended up on the better side of it with the biggest comeback of the MLB season.
This was supposed to just be a goofy post about how The Rock showed up on Wrestlemania again with a silly prop (this time, a flamethrower) but then he did this:
EA Sports has not released an edition of its popular NCAA Football game after litigation between former players and the NCAA led to a $60 million settlement to pay players whose likenesses had been represented in the series. EA’s announcement of the game’s death came in 2013; today, on its Facebook page, emerged a…
The sky over Beaver Creek's Birds of Prey course was bluebird-bright, the grandstand was stuffed with 3,500 people screaming their lungs out, and Bode Miller–Olympic medalist, self-taught skiing dynamo and great divider of opinions–was in the starting gate.
So Prince put out two sneaky-great new albums last week, and it's understandable that your impulse was to ignore or at least wildly underestimate them, but yeah, don't.
Remember Greg Oden? He used to play basketball. He'd like to play basketball again.
The OMFGCU dream died last night around gone-to-bed o’clock, amid a flipbook of turnovers. Krzyzewski beat Izzo in the battle of the z’s. The Cardinals dispatched the Ducks. Higher seeds advancing, dynasties on the make, a swell Sunday set up.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Early in his comeback, Roy says he feels good.
As we first reported last week, the Roger Clemens Magical Mystery Comeback Tour will continue this Friday in Sugar Land, Texas, as the hometown Skeeters take on the Long Island Ducks. Now, it appears that for his second start, Skeeters ace Roger Clemens may have a familiar face framing his pitches behind the plate. TV…
Heading into this season, it looked like the Atlanta Braves were in possession of a stacked starting rotation. A trio of dynamic young arms—Tommy Hanson, Brandon Beachy, and Mike Minor—were set to team up with proven veterans Tim Hudson and Jair Jurrjens. What's more, the Braves had prospects like Randall Delgado,…
Thomas Davis injured his knee during the second game of the season. An MRI would later reveal his third ACL tear on the same knee. Despite his ultimately unsuccessful attempts to come back from ACL reconstruction on two prior occasions, Davis thinks he is going to make history.
Terrell Owens is attempting a quick comeback from his rumored April surgery to repair a torn ACL, but his workout show Tuesday played to an empty crowd. That didn't keep NFL Network—led by Andrew Siciliano, Charles Davis, and Lindsay Soto—from dedicating a full hour to coverage, which proved to be a slow descent…
When you're a football club in the English Premier League, you're not supposed to lose to teams freshly promoted from the minors. That's what the Wolverhampton Wolves with a 3-0 drubbing delivered by QPR in September. And that's what it looked like the Wolverhampton Wolves were about to do against Swansea City this…