As the Washington Football Team awaits the findings of an independent investigation into its workplace culture, owner Dan Snyder says it is true that his NFL team had a wayward work environment that demanded a sweeping overhaul.
Talking to sports oddsmakers about adapting to the busy but frantic pandemic sports world.
Tiger Woods’s 10-stroke adventure during the final round of the Masters sets a new career mark for the five-time Augusta champ—and humanizes his legend.
The current occupant isn’t in the mood to leave. What if he relinquished the job—but kept the bedroom?
Saturday delivers the Wisconsin-Michigan football game, and under normal circumstances, columnist Jason Gay would be cheering wildly for the Badgers to crush the Wolverines. But this is not an ordinary year.
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A college basketball tournament scheduled to be played in South Dakota this week said Monday that it canceled plans to allow hundreds of people to congregate indoors to watch games in a state where the coronavirus is rampant.
The Toronto Raptors will temporarily move to Tampa, Fla., for the first half of the coming NBA season after failing to reach a deal with the Canadian government for a plan that would have required frequent travel across the border to play the rest of the league’s teams.
With Hugh Freeze as head coach, Liberty has built a hot program from the ashes of scandals at other schools.
Covid-19 is a particularly wily foe because of its long list of symptoms. Everyday Americans, and sports leagues like the NFL, wrestle with when it’s necessary to isolate.
Klay Thompson tore the Achilles tendon in his right leg on Wednesday and will miss the next NBA season.
Even though young athletes rarely get very sick or die of the virus, they can spread it through the community, state leaders say.
Fred VanVleet did not hear his name called on his NBA draft night. Now he’s perhaps the most coveted free agent on the market.
The Indiana Hoosiers football team is at the top of the Big Ten after decades of cellar dwelling in its fourth year under hyper-enthusiastic coach Tom Allen.
A major health-care system is welcoming teams from 10 states to South Dakota—where the testing positivity rate is among the highest in the country.
With Covid-19 infections surging to all-time highs, the NCAA announced that the 2021 edition of its men’s basketball tournament will be played in a sequestered bubble.
Actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have struck a deal to buy Wrexham AFC in British soccer’s fifth tier.
The Hail Mary that carried the Arizona Cardinals over the Buffalo Bills stunned the football world and showed why Kyler Murray has emerged as a sensation.
Dustin Johnson won the Masters. The world’s top-ranked golfer earned his first green jacket with a record-low score a month after testing positive for Covid-19.
At 16-under par, the world’s No. 1 golfer is four shots clear of the field. But he must stare down his own history of blowing leads at major championships.