Solomon Wilcots may have had one season in the black and yellow, but he’s an expert on all things football and he took the time to weigh in on this Thursday’s match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens. Amid numerous controversial stories, there is still football to be played and games to be won. Week two starts with the Ravens and Steelers in an AFC North divisional match-up.
Get ready for the premiere of Thursday Night Football, and five more all new fall series, when CBS airs a special first look of “CBS Fall Preview.”
The slow fade of the “Redskins” nickname is taking shape.
Gregg Doyel makes a case to pay college athletes.
The future arrived Monday night on ESPN. It arrived in all its high-def, plasmatic, Technicolor glory.
I don’t care what happens to the New England Patriots, but I do care what happens to Tim Tebow. I hope he makes it. In fact, I hope he makes it big.
So it’s not just the system that sucks. For playing along with the system, Notre Dame sucks too.
Jim Rome, host of Rome on CBS Sports Network and The Jim Rome Show on the radio joined CBS Local Sports to give his take on the biggest topics in the major sports.
The wounds left by the alleged actions of former Penn State Jerry Sandusky may never fully heal –both on and off the field.
Missed fantasy football expert Dave Richard of CBS Sports on with The Mully and Hanley Show?
CBS Sports and the Big Ten conference have agreed to a multi-year contract extension for the broadcast rights to the conference’s basketball games through the 2016-17 season, the two sides announced on Thursday.
Fired Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez has landed a college football broadcasting job at CBS Sports Network.
Whenever the lockout ends, not only will football return, but so will Marv Albert. The longtime play-by-play announcer is joining the NFL on CBS team, CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus announced Monday.
As I struggled to watch a Butler-UConn national championship game completely devoid of made baskets, I thought what a shame it is that a historic, drama-filled NCAA tournament would end this way.
For the first time in the history of the NCAA Tournament, every single game will be nationally televised, and it seems like the new format is giving fans exactly what they want to see.
It’s hard to describe how a No. 12 seeded Richmond upsetting a No. 5 seeded Vanderbilt can be, at the same time, both shocking and completely accepted as the norm, but that’s why they call it March Madness.
Jim Nantz and Clark Kellogg will be joined by Steve Kerr for the Final Four and national championship broadcasts.
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