The horse deaths at Santa Anita have created an uncertain future in an industry that employs many thousands of people, from the very highest income brackets to the very lowest. What does this mean for the future of the sport?
President Donald Trump's recent appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general calls to mind sports media's interest in mentioning a public figure's athletic background. It's time we did away with caring about such trivial matters.
A common narrative throughout Drew Brees’s career is that he’s often been overlooked—too short, twice injured, playing in the shadow of quarterback greats like Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers. But the more important reality is that Brees has always been a perfect quarterback for this generation.
Maryland. Ohio State. Yet fans fret over how rules designed to damage fewer brains will spoil their Sundays, and coaches link those same rules to the downfall of our nation. Perspective is in order: Football is a sport, nothing more