Home / Sports (page 20)


All Latest Sports News Around The World

In Philadelphia, the Ultimate Eagles Celebration Awaits

After the Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl title in Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots, all eyes turned to the city’s long-awaited celebratory parade. The parade, which will be held on Thursday, will travel through the heart of Center City, which includes the central business district and …

Read More »

Jilted by McDaniels, Colts G.M. Stokes Rivalry With Patriots

Their other finalist, Mike Vrabel, has already taken the Tennessee Titans job. Another top-tier candidate, Mike Nagy, has already been hired by the Chicago Bears. Baylor Coach Matt Rhule, who also interviewed for the job, is back on campus getting ready for spring football. And it’s unclear where the Colts …

Read More »

Duke’s Grayson Allen, All Grown Up

Despite playing every minute of Saturday’s game against St. John’s at Madison Square Garden, the Duke senior Grayson Allen had not done much. Four points. Two assists. Two rebounds. Yet with 36 seconds left and the Blue Devils trailing by 4, it was Allen who made a 3-pointer to give …

Read More »

Senators Call for Committee to Investigate U.S.A. Gymnastics

Also on Wednesday, U.S.A. Gymnastics, the sport’s governing body, announced the creation of a fund intended to cover the cost of counseling services for gymnasts who have been sexually abused. The fund, established with the nonprofit National Gymnastics Foundation, will be administered by a third party and overseen by a …

Read More »

Morgan William Is Still Chasing That Perfect Shot

“They’ve been surprising me,” Mississippi State Coach Vic Schaefer said. “I see them every day, so I know our faults. Sometimes I have to get past that, because everybody on the outside keeps telling me how good they think we are.” Photo William’s shot at the buzzer beat UConn in …

Read More »

Joe Girardi Joins MLB Network as an Analyst

That may simply be Girardi’s nature. In his 10 years as the Yankees’ manager, Girardi fastidiously protected his players from public criticism; one notable exception came last August when Girardi became exasperated with Sanchez’s defensive shortcomings. He also tried to be as bland as possible in his daily meetings with …

Read More »