This is not the way the Rangers wanted to resume their rivalry with the Islanders in their new home on Wednesday.
Mike Milbury has not been to the Barclays Center yet, but the former Islanders coach and general manager and current NBC analyst said he has heard both good things about the team's new home and "some awkward things about it."
Former St. Anthony's halfback Jordan Gowins, the 2013 Hansen Award winner in his junior year, tweeted on Monday that he will be leaving Boston College. Gowins wrote on his Twitter account, "After much thought and prayer, I have decided to transfer from Boston College.
The saying usually goes that a team will go only as far as its stars will carry it.
If the Giants are going to have bragging rights over anything, they'd rather it be the NFC East than New York.
Tyson Fury accused Wladimir Klitschko's camp of being "cheats," saying Monday that he refused to accept any water after beating the Ukrainian in their world heavyweight title fight for fear of being drugged.
If you remember the East Coast version of the Giants-Dodgers rivalry, well, congrats on reaching age 65 (at least)! And many happy returns.
Wearing a black jacket that concealed his Farmingdale jersey, quarterback Tommy Donovan used his crutches to make his way toward Anthony Burriesci.
Longwood overcame an early 14-0 deficit to defeat Farmingdale, 47-28, in the Long Island Class I championship Sunday night at Stony Brook's LaValle Stadium.
Eli Manning entered Sunday's game having thrown six interceptions in 384 pass attempts, on pace for the lowest interception percentage of his 12-year NFL career.
Meaningful games mean all the difference to the Jets.
It's a play Giants fans see in their dreams: Victor Cruz takes a pass from Eli Manning at his team's 11-yard line, skirts two tacklers and scampers down the right sideline for a 99-yard touchdown against the Jets.
Josh Bailey remembers his first NHL game well.
Rangers center Derek Stepan will miss four to six weeks recovering from two broken ribs, head coach Alain Vigneault said Monday morning.
There was a lot of talking and tweeting about NBA superstars who weren't at Sunday night's Rockets-Knicks game before tipoff at Madison Square Garden.
Buddy Krumenacker stood for a moment after the final whistle and watched his players walk somberly off the field.
Brandon Marshall has embraced his role this season as the voice of maturity within the Jets' locker room and as the media liaison representing the players' interests in how their story is presented.
Saturday night, LeBron James' late-game heroics sunk the Nets. Apparently, they took it as inspiration.
Alexandra DeCicco's cross-country season hung on the refresh button. After placing eighth in the Nike Cross New York Regional Championships at Bowdoin Park in Wappingers Falls Saturday, the Sachem East senior needed to wait until at-large bids were announced to find out if her 18- minute, 23.2-second finish in the 5-kilometer race was good enough to qualify for the Nike Cross Nationals, scheduled for Saturday at the Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland, Oregon.
Now that he's in a position to experience just how good Odell Beckham Jr. really is, Antonio Cromartie is applying the technique that every cornerback learns at an early age: He's backpedaling just as fast as he can.
So here's the skinny on where the Knicks are right now, and it's not terribly pretty: They can't even take a game against the winless Philadelphia 76ers for granted.
The Giants ran for just 33 yards in Sunday's loss to Washington, which came into the game with the league's 30th-ranked rushing defense. Now the Giants have to face the Jets, who are coming off a game in which they held the Dolphins to 12 rushing yards and have the league's best run defense.
If you're wondering where the heck that came from, then go back to Monday morning, when Todd Bowles set the stage for what would turn out to be the Jets' most dominating performance of the season.
There's no secret to Longwood's success.
Six days after being cut by the Jets, former first-round pick Quinton Coples returned to MetLife Stadium Sunday as a member of the Dolphins.
Plainedge quarterback Davien Kuinlan made countless bold statements in leading Long Island in rushing touchdowns this season. Each time, senior kicker Dylan Burns provided the exclamation point.