Remember the Wide World of Sports? How about The CBS Sports Spectacular? We take a trip back to the 1970s to revisit countless memories.
It was only 3 weeks ago that we were talking about the Los Angeles Dodgers as one of the greatest teams of all time. So how much does their slump matter?
Another day, another loss for the Los Angeles Dodgers. If they’re unable to turn it around the rest of the way against the Giants, then what?
They cannot trade him. They cannot franchise tag him either. Will the 12th season Drew Brees spends in New Orleans be his last?
It’s been a couple cruel weeks via Mother Nature. So our own Harv Aronson, currently residing in Florida, decided to recount historical bad weather games.
Who’s going to be the next sucker to hire Frank de Boer? Because he’s on the open market again! Plus Sadio Mané sees red, and plenty more. What’s next?
Cleveland cannot seem to stop losing, and Carlos Carrasco has been a huge part of that. The same can be said for Zack Greinke and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Kareem Hunt came to play this week as another NFL season kicked off, but he was far from the only surprise. Who would join him on NFL’s opening weekend?
In August of 2016, things got very heated between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz. And now, a security guard is suing the Irishman over his injuries.
Another NFL season is almost underway as we conclude our best moves of the offseason—wrapping up with safety. Was T.J. Ward the get of the summer?
Are you ready for some football? What if it’s Jets football? Err, we mean—Browns football? Okay, we’ll level with you—it’s time to get down to business.
Strasburg has been pitching like a man possessed recently, but it’s been anything but that for deGrom. Plus, how terrific has Robbie Ray been?
Now that it’s September, Harry Kane can start scoring in the Premier League again. And score he did, netting his 100th club goal Saturday morning.
Luis Severino is the future of the Yankees’ rotation. Meanwhile, Chris Sale is no longer a runaway Cy Young winner. Plus, can Alex Wood snap LA out of it?
The NBA is clearly the most progressive team sport in America, so what is the issue? ‘Better than other American sports’ is not much of an argument.
Sadio Mané is arguably Liverpool’s most important player on the pitch at any given time. But Saturday he saw red for this high boot. Was it?
Drew Pomeranz was the lefty in Boston to step up. Well, the other lefty. He faces Chris Archer. Plus, what can we make of Ervin Santana this season?
From classics like Caddyshack and White Men Can’t Jump to The Cutting Edge, we’re wrapping up our sports movie rankings in style. Did we miss anything?