Everything felt dangerously different for the Patriots, who trailed late against the Jaguars with a trip to Super Bowl LII on the line…and then it didn't. Sunday was a reminder: with Tom Brady, different is the same, and the same wins games.
No Carson Wentz, no Jason Peters, no Darren Sproles, no Jordan Hicks... the Eagles overcame numerous hurdles to make it this far, and after a standout performance from their backup quarterback, Philadelphia is going to Super Bowl LII.
Every year more than 100 players travel across continents to play in the NBA. What did that experience look like 30 years ago? Who helps players navigate the adjustment? How has it changed over the years? And how has it changed the NBA?
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander came to Lexington with little fanfare, but he could leave it as Kentucky's top NBA draft prospect. The Crossover's Front Office analyzes the freshman guard and his NBA potential.
Jim Nantz says he found out Tony Romo was replacing Phil Simms as his NFL broadcast partner one hour before calling last April’s national college basketball championship game between North Carolina and Gonzaga.
Our inaugural Style Issue is a bona fide departure from our norm. It's a celebration of style, fashion, accessories and grooming, because we firmly believe style is as much a part of the game as bounce angle and Old Tom Morris.
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