The managerial Mount Rushmore inducted into the Hall of Fame on Monday may never be matched.
Dallas drove down the field on its opening possession to take a 7-0 lead against Chicago with a Dez Bryant TD catch.
Record performances and blizzard-like conditions made Week 14 one for the ages. But it wasn't all fun and games.
Week 14 of the NFL was filled with wacky finishes that shook up the playoff race. Which teams benefited the most?
Breaking down the BCS landscape, recapping Championship Saturday and looking ahead to 2014 in College Football Overtime.
It was among the most stubborn records in NFL history, set miraculously 43 years ago by a 23-year-old kid with no toes on his right foot, and then tied three times but never broken.
The latest reports make it hard to envision Mike Shanahan staying in Washington much longer. Is it time they part ways?
On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior editor Mark Godich and senior writer Andy Staples discuss the Rose Bowl match-up between #5 Stanford and #4 Michigan State and the Fiesta Bowl match-up between #15 Central Florida and #6 Baylor.
Dallas and Chicago are trying to keep pace in the NFC playoff chase, making tonight's showdown critical for both teams.
Perhaps Kobe Bryant can be his old self some day, but his debut against Toronto showed he's a long way off.
Drew Brees showed Carolina who's in charge in a 31-13 rout. New Orleans now controls the NFC South.
Behind the NBA's most improved offense, Portland knocks off Indy for No. 1 in this week's rankings.
Florida State-Auburn was a no-brainer. But why did the Sugar select Oklahoma? Clemson to the Orange? It's simple, really.
The wildest offseason week in recent memory is over before the winter meetings began, with nine trades and 29 major league contracts either agreed to or announced that span 73 seasons of control and $903 million of compensation.
Yes, the 49ers got an important 19-17 win over the Seahawks, but their offense still has major issues.
For a system as maligned as the BCS, its final bowl pairings won't leave a sour taste in people's mouths.