Curvin Johnson? Yeah, he’ll be a great NFL wide receiver.
Anthony Randolph, why don’t you just take a seat for a little while?
First base coaches usually wear helmets, but maybe they should start wearing cups, too.
When the 1985 Bears defeated the Rams 24-0 in the NFC Championship game, the eventual Super Bowl champions weren’t the only legends at Soldier Field that day.
You may have heard what White Sox broadcaster Hawk Harrelson said about sabermetrics Wednesday night. If you didn’t, Brian Kenny certainly did.
After watching this video, only one thing is certain. Derrick Rose should be playing basketball for the Bulls right now.
After a bad week for Rutgers that included its men’s basketball coaching getting fired and its athletic director resigning, Saturday Night Live decided to have some fun at the school’s expense.
This might be one of the coolest things to hit a golf course since… Ever.
Though he loves basketball, the President of the United States may want to work on his jump shot a bit.
Before Mr. T stepped up to take his first of three shots for the Blackhawks’ celebrity “Shoot The Puck” on Tuesday night, he was asked what his prediction was.
There’s nothing worse than sitting in the stands at your favorite team’s game and realizing you have to go to the bathroom.
We’ve seen this before from the Rockford IceHogs.
This is the dunk of the year, hands down.
After Indiana’s 72-71 win over Michigan, Hoosiers head coach Tom Crean had a heated exchanged with Wolverines assistant Jeff Meyer.
In a new commercial for CBSSports.com’s fantasy baseball leagues, Valentine has some fun at his own expense. Watch it here.
St. John’s coach Steve Levin called it just another day at the Big East school of hard knocks. Basketball and not basketball, too.
Playing hockey without a visor has its consequences.
If you’ve had access to the Internet over the past two weeks, then you’re probably familiar with the Harlem Shake.
Lauren Silberman, the first female athlete to work out at the NFL Combine, didn’t quite do as well as she hoped.
On this day 20 years ago, Jimmy Valvano delivered one of the most powerfully moving speeches in sports history.