Tim Tebow faces another big football test this weekend with a Sunday game against New England. The quarterback has seen the ranks of off-field followers soar, as ‘Tebowing’ in prayer (real or pretended) goes global.
The Angels signed superstar Albert Pujols last week for a record-breaking $250 million. And now the Clippers have just signed dynamic point guard Chris Paul. Repeat: The Los Angeles Clippers.
Pittsburgh Steeler linebacker James Harrison is the biggest repeat offender under the NFL's new player-safety rules and says he won't change the way he plays. But clearly, the NFL has changed.
Tim Tebow is many things to many people, in part because he has sparked a national conversation about religion's place in American life. Call it the Tim Tebow culture wars.
The NBA rejected a trade to send superstar Chris Paul from small-market New Orleans to the Los Angeles Lakers. In doing so, the league apparently made some small-market owners happy.
When the Atlanta Thrashers became the Winnipeg Jets over the summer, the move precipitated the biggest NHL realignment in 15 years. The owners' vote Monday aims for a fan-friendly league that emphasizes hockey's old rivalries.
Tim Tebow has been an unexpected success as a pro quarterback. Strong faith might be helping Tim Tebow deal with adversity, say some observers – but that could be a two-edged sword.
In a lengthy interview with the New York Times published Saturday, former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky denies ever sexually abusing any child, and he says fired head coach Joe Paterno never spoke to him about any suspected misconduct with minors.
The tentative labor deal between NBA players and owners sought to address the financial disparities between small-market and big-market teams. Some of those issues remain unresolved.
An attempt to ruin a football tradition by poisoning famous oaks illustrates the dangers of extreme fan behavior.
'Months and months of legal wrangling' ahead dim prospects for any sort of 2011-12 NBA season, says one sports management expert. Two groups of players filed federal antitrust lawsuits Wednesday.
Penn State reports that its seven-year capital campaign has reached 72 percent of its target. But the remaining 28 percent could present a challenge if donors don't rally around Penn State.
Penn State legend Joe Paterno, ousted from his coaching post over the child sex-abuse scandal, has hired a criminal defense lawyer. Legal experts say the investigation isn't over and it makes sense.
Jonathan Papelbon's departure marks the first among Red Sox players, several of whom also are free agents and were stalwarts during the ball club's successful decade.
A candlelight vigil was held on the Penn State campus Friday night in support of the victims of child sex abuse, drawing thousands of students and alumni in advance of today's final home game for the Nittany Lions.
Is the Penn State riot an acceptable response to Joe Paterno being fired? He was much more than a football coach, but some say the violent reaction points to a deeper problem for colleges.
The child sex abuse scandal that has rocked Penn State is a teachable moment, say college and university officials from across the US. Fostering a culture of accountability on campus is key, they say.
The Penn State Board of Trustees fired head football coach Joe Paterno and university president Graham Spanier Wednesday night. Paterno said on Wednesday the university's sex-abuse scandal was one of the 'great sorrows' of his life. The departure of Joe Paterno, a legendary coach, shows how deeply the story will hit Penn State.
Joe Paterno could be brought down by the public anger surrounding sex-abuse charges leveled at former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky.
Joe Frazier, who passed away on Nov. 7, held the title of heavyweight champion for nearly five years in the late 1960s and early 1970s. See how Joe Frazier compares with 11 of the greatest heavyweight champions over the past century (with help from the International Boxing Hall of Fame). Who do you consider the best?