Building an authoritative reference work on a subject is a massive task which requires an editor to approach his field of study with obsessive zeal.
What if the 1965 Packers met the 1985 Bears? Or the 1927 Yankees faced off with the 1975 Reds? A great online tool lets you simulate those matchups.
Through nine weeks, every single NFL game has been sold out. Since the league adopted it’s blackout policy in 1973, it had only happened 13 times.
If the results of this spring’s World Baseball Classic are any indication, there are some great ballplayers in Cuba who would be Major League stars if they were allowed to emigrate.
In their fifth season, the Houston Texans have shown some signs of progress. But it’s still not clear if QB David Carr has what it takes to lead them to the next level.
We like watching football coaches get angry at reporters, because it’s a visible demonstration of the passion that either makes them succeed or keeps them form succeeding.
While our first thoughts of the late Celtics coach are about all his records, writer Ken Shouler reminds us of the coaching style that made all of those wins possible.
The idea of girls playing football is becoming less of a novelty. About a third of the teams in my son’s youth football league had a female player, and I’m sure that’s not just a local trend.
The deaths of three major sports figures hit the news today. Basketball coach Red Auerbach, knuckleball pitcher Joe Niekro, and former heavyweight champ Trevor Berbick.
My brush with baseball greatness.