Finally, a national sports entity -- USA Swimming, of all entities -- gets it right with DUI and its athletes, suspending Michael Phelps for what could amount for the rest of his career.
What you likely know about Mississippi -- about and not about its college football -- is negative. That football's changing, and if you ever lived in Mississippi, it's even sweeter.
Bill Belichick is a Hall of Fame coach, but a humbling loss to the Chiefs proves his many recent misses as a GM have finally caught up to him and the Patriots.
Michigan apologizes for the handling of the Shane Morris concussion. And that's good. But the damage won't be known until much later.
Scandal usually finds famous folks. Not Derek Jeter. And as he retires, that might capture the most remarkable stat in his historic career.
Looks like Alabama has opened things up on offense to the point Tide media is asking Nick Saban if new OC Lane Kiffin deserves the credit. Saban's answer, and the correct one: Not exactly.
Last weekend featured several noteworthy violent outbreaks at NFL games, and that was just the fans, bringing patron violence to the fore. And the NFL is not alone.
Jameis Winston and embarrassment for Florida State go hand in hand, but the school's refusal to control of the Heisman winner's bad behavior has reached a new low. Or has it?
Roger Goodell could have shown that the league has a clear path forward amid growing public resentment. Instead, the NFL commissioner looked helpless when confronted with tough questions.
Adrian Peterson's story about spankings (child abuse?) hits a nerve. This is not just another NFL problem.
NFL failures on the Rice and Peterson abuse cases are outdone by the league attempts at appeasement, which draw attention away from the real issue -- failure to deal with violent players.
When Richard Sherman is winning and shutting off half the field, he's the toast of the town. Just ask him. However, when his Seahawks lose and he's less-than-dominant, the CB goes silent until the Chargers prompt a reply via Twitter.
Baseball damaged itself with a season-ending strike and a steroid scandal. Will the NFL reach a tipping point as its scandals pile up?
Adderall is legal and easily obtainable, but also dangerous if abused. Use in the major leagues has reached an absurd level.
Fairness will catch up to Angels slugger Mike Trout this season and bestow him with an MVP award. He missed out on the award his first two seasons.