Clay Travis is right—you can’t go to McDonald’s at 6 p.m. and just sit there until they serve you breakfast. Wait, what? Plus we remember Frank Deford.
This past week, Tom Brady and his wife Gisele Bündchen had us over for dinner—it got awkward. Plus, Drew Brees had a thought or two he wanted to share.
Plaxico Burress, or Plax, had a lot to say recently—too bad it wasn’t things we already knew. Plus we touch on tragedy and even more cuts at ESPN.
Sports are entertainment, and they undoubtedly must go together. But what happens when sports take a back seat to entertainment? Well… ESPN?
If Tim Tebow wants to be remembered for helping others—he does plenty—he doesn’t have to be on the diamond to do it. And in this case, he shouldn’t be.
Roger Goodell blasted ESPN, ripped into fake news and was overall in rare form in an impromptu presser that may or may not have happened.
Are there too many fantasy football podcasts out there? Do they run too long? Do they all say the same thing? Our expert decides.
The CFB Playoff—tons of bad teams, some with losing records, all for the sake of money. The format needs to be altered, but will it ever happen?
Did you miss the debut of Undisputed? Well, we’ve got everything you need to know for as long as the show runs. Also, Tim Tebow officially switched careers.
Andrew Luck got paid. We look back on that, Megatron’s retirement, Manziel’s troubles, and plenty more from around the NFL.
Deflategate is mercifully over; plus we look at the woeful-on-paper Monday Night Football schedule.
A lot has happened this preseason. Incidentally, plenty of it has nothing to do with football.
The worldwide leader’s personnel moves continue to suggest it’s being sensitive to the NFL’s desires.
Rooting for the USWNT doesn’t mean you have to root for Hope Solo.
We drop in on ESPN as the network prepares for the draft.
Has ESPN lost its integrity by suspending Bill Simmons?
Million Dollar Arm is the story of how a multi-billion dollar corporation made a marketing campaign out of a marketing campaign.