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article December 13, 2017

Belichick is the Best in NFL History

You can say this about Bill Belichick, or you can say that, but you have to say the leader of the New England Patriots with the mumbled responses during interviews is the greatest NFL coach ever. He's on the verge of potentially adding to that claim. More»
GettyImages-888021080 article December 8, 2017

Atlanta Defense Rises To the Occasion

With 1:25 left and the Saints driving for the win, Falcons linebacker Deion Jones instead stepped up and intercepted Drew Brees in the end zone. The pick gave Atlanta a crucial 20-17 rivalry win to keep the Falcons in the NFC South race. More»
GettyImages-883199034 article December 7, 2017

Tiger's Impact Still Larger Than Life

Tiger Woods is still peerless. Yeah, there were those wondrous things he did in his prime with a golf club, but I'm talking about his driving, chipping and putting toward the unprecedented: His unparalleled impact on the sport he plays. More»
GettyImages-884882618 article December 4, 2017

Vikings' Win A Blast From The Past

Sunday felt like the old days for the Minnesota Vikings, who went to Atlanta and won their eighth straight game, 14-9, over the Falcons. The Vikings got a stellar performance from QB Case Keenum, but the defense carried them to victory. More»
GettyImages-884596694 article December 3, 2017

Georgia Avenges Loss, Wins SEC

Three weeks after losing at Auburn, Georgia turned the tables on the Tigers. The No. 6 Bulldogs ran away from the No. 2 Tigers, 28-7, on Saturday to win their first SEC championship since 2005 and likely lock up a spot in the College Football Playoff. More»
GettyImages-883379582 article December 1, 2017

LeBron Puts On Post-Ejection Show

LeBron James was ejected for the first time in his career on Tuesday. Two days later, the Cavaliers' star took out any lingering frustrations on the Hawks, with 24 points, 12 assists and six rebounds in Cleveland's road victory. More»
GettyImages-873043284 article November 29, 2017

Georgia Has Chance For Revenge

Picking Auburn to beat Georgia in Saturday's SEC title game might seem logical, given that the Tigers just routed the Bulldogs a few weeks ago. Don't be so sure. Georgia has bounced back from that loss and appears ready for payback. More»
GettyImages-879061694 article November 26, 2017

Georgia Looks Ready For SEC Title Tilt

After losing to Auburn, there's been a checklist for Georgia to rebound and still make the playoff. The No. 7 Bulldogs passed a big test on Saturday, routing rival Georgia Tech to set up a playoff play-in in the SEC championship game next week. More»
GettyImages-848593600 article November 22, 2017

McVay Adds to Cradle of Coaches Lore

At only 31 years old, Sean McVay is already becoming a successful NFL head coach, leading the Rams to a 7-3 start. Maybe it should have been expected, given where he came from: Miami (Ohio), which has rightfully earned its "Cradle of Coaches" moniker. More»
GettyImages-873056772 article November 16, 2017

Irish Focused On Moving Forward

Notre Dame's hopes of making the College Football Playoff likely ended in a blowout loss to Miami last Saturday. After that disappointment, quarterback Brandon Wimbush and the Fighting Irish remain confident that they can bounce back. More»
kentucky_2_1 article November 15, 2017

Young Wildcats A Work In Progress

Kentucky has been a powerhouse in college basketball ever since John Calipari took over and turned the team into a yearly freshman spectacle. This year feels different, though. After one loss and two shaky wins, can the Wildcats meet high expectations? More»
GettyImages-620877486 article November 10, 2017

Miami Hopes To Turn Tables on ND

Miami has risen to No. 7 in the playoff rankings, winning 13 straight games since falling to Notre Dame last October. Now, the Hurricanes are hoping for some payback on Saturday in their playoff push. Will Mark Richt have any motivational tactics up his sleeve? More»
GettyImages-866066012 article November 1, 2017

Notre Dame Bouncing Back To Glory

Brian Kelly faced immense pressure after going just 4-8 last season, but Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick stuck by his embattled coach and it has paid off. Swarbrick talked to SoE about the Fighting Irish's turnaround to 7-1 and a No. 3 ranking. More»
Astros-1 article October 25, 2017

Astros Are A Classic Inspiration

The Los Angeles Dodgers are lovable, both on and off the field. They play home games around a slice of heaven disguised as a ballpark, but you know what? You can't root against emotion. And the Houston Astros have given their city much-needed joy. More»
GettyImages-82757692 article October 21, 2017

'05 USC Loss Still Stings For Irish

Saturday night is the biggest Notre Dame-USC game in South Bend since 2005, when Reggie Bush's push of Matt Leinart into the end capped a wild, controversial finish that leaves Fighting Irish fans -- and QB Brady Quinn -- still bitter to this day. More»
falcons_28_3 article October 18, 2017

Falcons Still Have '28-3' In Mind

The Super Bowl is all anyone talks about when it comes to the Atlanta Falcons, but it's a necessary discussion as the team heads to New England on Sunday. The memory of "28-3" has haunted them, as demonstrated by last week's collapse against Miami. More»
GettyImages-841988516 article October 11, 2017

The Playoff Case for Notre Dame

Notre Dame may have went 4-8 last year, but it's already surpassed that win total with a 5-1 start in 2017, lifting it to No. 16 in the AP poll. Facing a tough remaining schedule, the Irish hope that a strong run game and improved defense can carry them to a playoff push. More»
hank_aaron article October 4, 2017

Brave Times in Aaron's Career

Baseball legend Hank Aaron was one of the sport's standard bearers for civil rights in the 1950s and beyond. The Hall of Famer discusses his time in Milwaukee, activism among modern athletes and one of his biggest regrets. More»
nd-miami article September 29, 2017

My College Football Game From Hell

Even though I knew years ago that Miami (Ohio) University was slated to visit Notre Dame on Saturday, this is weird. This is my College Football Game from Hell. Friends say I can't lose, but you know where I'm going: I can't win. More»
GeorgiaBulldogs-1 article September 24, 2017

Georgia Proves to be SEC Beast

At 4-0, following Saturday night's 31-3 dismantling of previously undefeated Mississippi State at Sanford Stadium, Georgia isn't Alabama, but these particular Bulldogs have plenty of bark and bite. The rest of the SEC better beware. More»

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