What's the best part of the Games? The obscure sports that get the spotlight only every four years.
Understanding New York's decision to let the phenom go the Houston Rockets
After the Freeh report, should the university dismantle its football program?
Is it baseball? Football? Or ...
The much-hated BCS era is coming to an end. But some want even more changes to the sport.
NASCAR fans love him. Everyone else barely knows who he is.
At the U.S. Open and the NBA Finals, two of today's greatest athletes seek redemption.
Will he surpass Michael Jordan? And does it matter that he's a good guy as well as a good player?
She just lost in the first round of the French Open. Is her career over? And if so, who will be the next dominant women's tennis player?
Exercising the sports fan's right to spew unfiltered volumes of 'haterade'
The Yankees and the Red Sox are battling to stay out of the cellar, the Nationals are number one in their division, and Josh Hamilton hit four home runs in a game.
The shortened season may have threatened the league's historically fair postseason.
Horse racing puts animals and jockeys at risk for injury and death. Should that diminish a fan's enjoyment of the sport?
A conversation about the NHL's thrilling post-season
How should fans feel when sports stars go broke, cheat on their wives, or otherwise embarrass themselves?
Our panel of sports fans considers how fans should feel about MLB teams' chronic overspending
The last rounds of this year's NCAA tournament feature all marquee teams and no scrappy underdogs.
Predicting the long-term effects of a crazy week in football
Don't overthink it, stop picking upsets, and other advice
The team's players were rewarded for injuring their opponents. Is this kind of thing just part of the game?