USMNT Eyes Its World Cup Opportunity vs. Netherlands
Playing a European power for a place in the quarters is not something the U.S. is taking lightly, even if the mood on the eve of the match was relaxed.
USC’s Playoff Hopes Come to a Halt in Pac-12 Title Game
The Trojans were ready to march into the CFP, but Caleb Williams and USC’s struggling defense were stopped by Utah.
Jacob deGrom Is Worth the Risk for the Rangers
Yes, five years is a lot. But no one is as good as the former Mets ace when he’s healthy.
The Best Plan B’s If Aaron Judge Signs Elsewhere
Here are the best fallback options for the AL MVP’s top suitors.
How Midfield Trio Powered USMNT to the World Cup Last 16
Weston McKennie, Yunus Musah and Tyler Adams were difference-makers in each group-stage match, playing on their unique strengths in perfect harmony.
No Guarantee Deshaun Watson Will Be Great Again
It’s fair to question whether the quarterback, after sitting out 23 games, will be the same player he was before his 11-game suspension from the NFL.
The (Not Always) Sweet Science of World Cup Penalty Kicks
As the group stage gives way to knockout games in Qatar, PKs will inevitably become a factor. For those who prepare accordingly, there are proven ways to gain an edge.
Who We’d Vote for the HOF If We Were on the Veterans Committee
Let’s pretend we’re one of the 16 members voting in Sunday’s Contemporary Baseball Era election.