Tomlin fined $100K; Steelers could lose draft pick
The New York Rangers and star goalie Henrik Lundqvist have agreed to an extension Wednesday that, according to a source, will make him the highest-paid goaltender in the NHL n. . .
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin should no doubt be fined for having his foot on the field while Jacoby Jones was returning a kickoff on Thanksgiving night. But to . . .
It's tough to fathom, but with just one month remaining in the NFL regular season, the stretch run is already upon us. Although there are a few dominant teams that appear to b. . .
Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd didn’t sugarcoat his answer when asked about the upcoming matchup with the rival New York Knicks, which will be televised Thursday at 7 p.m. . .
Brooklyn Nets fans, the horrid defense of assistant coach Lawrence Frank is no longer here to haunt your nightmares. Unfortunately, the horrid defense of head coach Jason Kidd. . .
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Grambling State has named McNeese State tight ends coach Broderick Fobbs as its head coach.
Texas A&M's home finale victory over Mississippi State marked a night to remember for anyone donning maroon and white nationwide, as the Kyle Field faithful were granted one l. . .
DURHAM, N.C. — The story of No. 10 Duke’s 79-69 win over No. 22 Michigan on Tuesday night was some combination of the Blue Devils’ defensive prowess and the Wolverine’s offens. . .
Michigan Wolverines sophomore guard Nik Stauskas threw his shoe to possibly the worst place he could during a game against the Duke Blue Devils, but luckily the Cameron Crazie. . .
The Evil Empire has emerged once again, poaching the top Red Sox free agent away from Boston and signalling to the baseball world a desire to compete for a World Series in 201. . .
The Mariners met with Robinson Cano's representatives yesterday, according to Kevin Kernan of the New York Post. Kernan's source told him that the meeting "went very well." S. . .
None of the NHL's beauty or speed or skill would be lost without fighting
Henrik Stenson's dramatic rise to number three in the world has led to a sudden surge in off-course demands and distractions that could damage his golf unless he is careful, t. . .
Woods returns to Sherwood this week, in effect closing a chapter on golf in the area he always called home.