Cornerback Josh Shaw was suspended indefinitely after he admitted he did not sprain his ankles while saving his nephew from drowning, according to the university. “We are extremely disappointed in Josh,” USC head football coach Steve Sarkisian said.
“Every time the R-word is used, something disrespectful is happening.”
His name is Pete Frates, and he’s the reason you (or someone you know) got nominated for the Ice Bucket Challenge.
Yes, there IS a women’s World Cup.
After they lost the game, Dave Belisle told them: “I love you guys. I’m gonna love you forever.”
Daniel Suarez has been lighting it up as part of NASCAR’s Drive for Diversity program. In news first given to BuzzFeed, Joe Gibbs Racing announces Tuesday that Suarez is joining the NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Television cameras caught Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel apparently flipping off the Washington Redskins bench during Monday night’s game.
Anything you can do, she can do better.
The WNBA star popped the big question to her girlfriend, Tulsa Shock’s Glory Johnson.
A time when “sack” and “strip” won’t make you blush.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
Arizona State senior offensive lineman Edward “Chip” Sarafin came out publicly as gay Wednesday, making him the first major division college player to come out.
“Fight to get better, not to bring the other person down.”
Before selling the L.A. franchise to Steve Ballmer on Tuesday, the scandal-plagued magnate had the worst winning percentage of any active NBA owner (excluding newbies).
The former Microsoft CEO is now an NBA owner.
The internet is a strange and wonderful place.
They did it again. This time with creepy Joe Namath!
We teamed up with NYC trainer Anna Altman to create a series of at-home workouts that you can do in 180 seconds.
Sports aren’t for everyone.
NBA player Greg Oden was arrested early Thursday in Lawrence, Ind., for allegedly punching his ex-girlfriend, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Go to the restroom before you watch this video, because you’ll definitely pee in your pants.
Becky Hammon, who played for the San Antonio Stars, announced her retirement in July.
“Apparently grandpa just gives me the remote after we watch the Power Ball.”