Arizona's Akinjo Immediately Eligible After Waiver
Arizona guard James Akinjo has been granted a waiver by the NCAA and will immediately be eligible after transferring from Georgetown.
New Coach At Baylor, Where QB Brewer May Finally Slide More
Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer never spent a lot of time thinking about how beat up he was at the end of last season after a tough finish for...
India's Nagal Heads Into Thiem Challenge With 'nothing To Lose'
Sumit Nagal, who became the first Indian to win a singles match at the U.S. Open in seven years when he beat Bradley Klahn on Tuesday, is counting...
Joe Judge And Giants Have Fun As Training Camp Winds Down
New coach Joe Judge showed his lighter side and rolled in the mud as the New York Giants' training camp started to wind down with the team opener...
Muguruza Dedicates US Open Win To Player With Cancer
Garbie Muguruza opened the second day of the U.S. Open by dedicating her win to a former top10 player who had just revealed her cancer diagnosis.
Kiffin Not Promising Instant Turnaround At Mississippi
New Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin isn't promising a repeat of his near-instant turnaround at Florida Atlantic.
Pirates Rookie 3B Hayes Ready To Carry On Family Legacy
Ke'Bryan Hayes remembers his father's instructions as a child, the ones that helped pave the way for the Pittsburgh Pirates prospect to follow in...
Decker Agrees To New Deal With Lions, Agent Confirms
Taylor Decker has agreed to a sixyear, $85 million deal with the Detroit Lions that includes $37.5 million guaranteed, agent Jonathan Feinsod...
World Rugby Cancels New Zealand, Australia Sevens In 2021
New Zealand Rugby says its supports the decision to cancel the New Zealand leg of the Sevens World Series in January because of uncertainty over...
Army Hoping For A Turnaround Season With 8 Home Games
Army coach Jeff Monken is stoked for the football season, no matter what the schedule looks like.
New Details For Patterson Into His 20th Season Heading TCU
Gary Patterson goes into his 20th season as TCU's head coach paying attention to the detail of things he never would have thought about in the past.
Column: 11 States, 12 Weeks And Golf Rolls On In A Pandemic
PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan has saved nearly a dozen ribbons, an unusual set of keepsakes that are as much about caution as celebration.