What Athletes Get From Ayahuasca, Mushrooms and Ecstasy
Aaron Rodgers is among the few who’ve spoken out about using psychedelics for mental health purposes. But a sporting future where that treatment is more widespread may not be so far away.
Fernando Tatis Jr. Costs the Padres Their Dream Season
They had every star lined up—until a little Clostebol blew up their plans.
College Football’s 25 Most Intriguing People in Suits
Commissioners, agents, politicians, NIL company executives and more will play a key role in the sport this fall.
The ‘Field of Dreams’ Game Deserves to Be an MLB Tradition
Why can’t there be one night in a long season given to charm, nostalgia and family?
Pete Carroll Still Going Strong, Setting Seahawks’ Culture
The 70-year-old coach doesn’t look to be slowing down, and he sees familiar signs around him in Seattle.
USA—Canada Series Proves Women’s Baseball Has Promising Future
The top women players in these two countries are showing they belong on the international stage.
How the ESPN–Big Ten Split Impacts College Sports
“Weird,” “unbelievable” and “risky” are words industry stakeholders used to describe the splintering of a four-decade-old partnership.
PGA Gets Early Win vs. LIV, But Legal Fight Is Far From Over
The final outcome to the antitrust case could be years away.