Today was Erin Flynn’s last day at Sports Illustrated. Erin was a B+ party host who had a wide range of blogging skills. I will best remember the time she ate ice cream and pasta (in that order!) on the same day.
Sarah Barshop is a co-worker of mine at Sports Illustrated. She has mostly fine and good thoughts about the world we live in, except she holds some particularly strong opinions about foods the rest of us proudly know and love. Realisitically, Sarah has many bad food takes, and you may be wondering about which one is…
At 11:30 a.m. Monday morning, lawyers from Northwestern University and the College Athletes Players Association received the call they’d been waiting for since March of last year. The National Labor Relations Board had decided whether or not football players at Northwestern can form a union. It was the news Kain…
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Former UAB golfer Paul Dunne shot a 6-under 66 at St. Andrews on Sunday, putting him at 12-under for the tournament and tied for the lead after 54 holes, the first time an amateur has led The Open at St. Andrews after three rounds since Bobby Jones in 1927.
University of Central Florida defensive back Chris Williams was shot outside an Orlando hookah bar early Saturday morning, reports WFTV.
Good morning! Competition in the J-Bay Open has been suspended until....when exactly?
During Saturday’s Stage 14 of the Tour de France, tour leader Chris Froome says a man threw a cup of urine at him. The modern-day John Wilkes Booth gave new meaning to the term “yellow
jacket jersey” when he yelled “doper!” before tossing a cup of urine at Froome.
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Tiger Woods missed the cut at The Open by seven strokes after shooting a second round 75 Saturday. It’s the second straight major championship Woods has failed to reach the end of, the first time in his career he’s missed the cut at consecutive majors.
For the first time ever, NCAA athletes will be compensated for their name, image and likeness after U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken approved a $60 million settlement for athletes who were featured in EA Sports’s NCAA Football video game series.
David Beckham’s Miami Football Club appears it will finally have a stadium to call home. After a 17-month, back-and-forth process, Miami mayor Tomas Regalado announced Friday a tentative deal to build Beckham’s soccer stadium on land adjacent to Marlins Park.
Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson, who was arrested Tuesday for suspicion of driving under the influence in Los Angeles, will enter a 30-day residential treatment program Saturday for his alcohol issues, his lawyers said Friday.
The second round of The Open was suspended again Saturday morning due to high-speed winds. Round 2 is still scheduled to be completed Saturday, but the tournament is expected to spill over past the weekend and wrap up on Monday.
The ESPY Awards–a celebration of ESPN’s ability to celebrate celebrities—are being handed out tonight as ESPN takes advantage of the lull in the U.S. sports schedule. We’ve already had one memorable moment, even though the official ceremony has yet to begin. On the red carpet, MMA star Ronda Rousey was given her “Best…
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For a few days now, it appeared former No. 1 overall pick and New York Knicks legend Andrea Bargnani would be signing with the Sacramento Kings. It was a match made in #basketballtwitter heaven.
Here we have some video of Marshawn Lynch playing kickball at a charity barbecue event in Oakland. And holy hell, I have absolutely no clue where Lynch’s first kick ends up! He kicks the ball so hard it appears to vanish into thin air. On his second kick, Lynch opted for a more traditional home run, and the plebes…