Previously undefeated No. 2 Buckeyes lose Big Ten Conference championship to No. 10 Spartans.
Nearly every Englishman on the planet is convinced his country's soccer team is doomed to fail in each World Cup because the soccer gods have it in for them. Turns out, yes, that's pretty much true.
The World Cup draw put the U.S. in a group with No. 2-ranked Germany (possibly the best team in the world). It also put them in the same shark tank as Ghana (the team that eliminated the U.S.
Jean Todt can draw upon experience running Ferrari's Formula One team to take on motorsport's problems in second term as FIA president.
Which teams should play in the Jan. 6 BCS championship game? To help you figure it out, here's a handy guide to college-football factions.
Ben Cohen: For ages, the zone defense has been an oddity. But suddenly, it is gaining favor throughout college basketball.
Kansas City sports fans face a viewing choice this Saturday at 4 p.m. ET: Missouri vs. Auburn in the SEC title game or Sporting Kansas City in the MLS Cup?
Bernie Ecclestone said in a telephone interview Tuesday that the planned New Jersey F1 race won't happen in 2014, as had been hoped.
With the Sochi Olympics just 65 days away, it's time to get familiar with Mikaela Shiffrin, the likely face of Team USA.
Southern California hired coach Steve Sarkisian to recharge a storied football program that has not won a Pac-12 Conference title since 2008.
Joe Moorhead has done such a dynamic job transforming the Fordham football team—1-10 two years ago—that he has turned the Rams into a tough ticket.
Robinson Cano agreed to terms with the Seattle Mariners on a 10-year deal worth at least $240 million.
Basketball star keeps wearing last season's Nike shoes during Miami Heat games this year even as retailers have moved on to selling this year's $200 LeBron 11s.
The chances of the U.S. ending up with a particularly challenging trio of opponents appear high because FIFA wants to stress geographical distribution.
Commercial time for next year's Super Bowl XLVIII is sold out, according to Fox network. Marketers are paying up to $4 million for 30 seconds during the game.
Sledging—or trash-talking—plays a surprisingly prominent part in an otherwise placid game.
India's seam bowlers can take advantage, but spinners will have a hard time in series between cricket's two top international teams.
There may not be a college-football coach doused with the sports drink more often than Duke football's David Cutcliffe.
New film of Manchester United's phenom bunch shows football changes mean Beckham and Co.'s success won't be repeated.
Joe Haden has reached the point in his career where he's played as many games on Sunday as he has on Saturday, and it's becoming clear that Sundays are less fun.
Brazil will deliver the last of six World Cup stadiums currently under construction just two months before the start of the soccer tournament, the company in charge of construction said.
Silicon Valley investor Paul Bragiel has put his career on hold to answer the question: Can an out-of-shape computer nerd make it into the Olympics?
In a battle of two bad basketball teams, the Knicks come out on top.
A state attorney in Florida said that he has decided not to file sexual battery charges against Florida State star quarterback Jameis Winston.
A revealing look at their ticket revenue shows the importance of making the playoffs—and why expensive expenditures, such as Jacoby Ellsbury, must be made.
The NFL fined Steelers coach Mike Tomlin $100,000 for a sideline incident and may take away draft picks.
The signing of Ellsbury would represent another off-season coup for the Yankees, who made their five-year, $85 million deal with catcher Brian McCann official earlier Tuesday.
The World Cup draw came into sharper focus on Tuesday as soccer's world governing body, FIFA, announced how the 32 teams would be drawn into eight groups.
One of the four Olympic gold medals won by track and field star Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Games is up for sale in an online auction.
A fairer answer is said to be coming, at least a fairer-ish answer, next season, when the Bowl Championship Series finally submits to a long-awaited 4-team playoff. But 100% satisfaction can never be achieved.