Fox Sports outbid ESPN and NBC for the rights to the next World Cup, counting on even greater soccermania four years from now.
Evan Weiner is the author of America's Passion: How a Coal Miner's Game Became the NFL in the 20th Century.
The University of North Dakota was forced by the NCAA to change its nickname, but unlike the Washington Redskins today, a tribe wanted to keep it.
The league has never kicked out someone for speech before, but the era of smartphones and political correctness may change that.
One of the leaders of the American Football League’s wildcat strike says it’s up to fans, not players, to teach Donald Sterling a lesson.
When networks ask carriers for too much money, they get blocked from your screen—until you’re forced to pay more money to get them back.
Players want to get paid. Schools want to make billions. The only solution may be to ditch the non-profit façade and share the money.
Wally Triplett accompanied the major league’s first black player on trips to the most racist city in the league before making history on his own in pro-football.
There would be no football today without Teddy Roosevelt. For the past 100 years, almost every chief executive has made a lasting mark on football, baseball, and more.
It’s almost inconceivable that baseball would let a convicted felon into its pantheon. San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. is a different matter.
Northwestern players filed to organize this week. The NCAA wants to kill collective bargaining for “student-athletes” in the crib before its lucrative business model get sacked.