How the 17-Game Season Looks After a Week of the NFL Playoffs
Plus, previewing the divisional round games, top story lines this week, some highly paid quarterbacks still alive and more.
Cooper Kupp’s Approach to Greatness
An offseason spent in a kind of scientific exploration of what drives great receiver play led to a historical year from an unlikely superstar.
The Fight Over the Future of College Sports Is Here
Division I, much like the NCAA as a whole, is utterly fractured. A drastic change to the system may be coming.
USMNT Roster Revealed for Winter’s World Cup Qualifiers
The U.S. calls on the group that will face El Salvador, Canada and Honduras, with an eye on inching ever closer to an automatic berth at the 2022 World Cup.
Who Should Make the Baseball Hall of Fame?
We asked our writers to advocate for one player on this year’s ballot to get elected to Cooperstown.
The Life and Legacy of Title IX Pioneer Dr. Christine Grant
The former Iowa women’s athletics director passed away in December, but her life’s work lives on.
How JJ Redick’s Podcasting Career Took Off
After officially retiring before the season, Redick opens up about his new career, the relationship between athletes and the media and more.