Few would recognize his face, but most would know his voice: that booming baritone that for nearly four decades would introduce the lineups on “Saturday Night Live.”
The slow fade of the “Redskins” nickname is taking shape.
Michael Sam is the first openly gay player in the NFL.
The network is taking a wide-open approach to replacing Craig Ferguson in late-night
Chicago had more than three times the TV audience watching Game 5 than Los Angeles did.
Eddie Olczyk has been connected to the Carolina coaching opening.
This time around against the Blackhawks, the Wild are more dangerous offensively.
People who cover sports often try to find larger meanings in 60 minutes, nine innings, or two halves. “Was that a statement game?” they ask. Grand conclusions are reached based on a single outcome. Over the last 12 hours or so, we’ve heard and read many opinions stating that the Blackhawks 5-1 win over the Penguins was some grand announcement to the NHL that the Blackhawks are the best team in hockey. Others proclaim that Jonathan Toews’ three point performance means that the Blackhawks’ captain is a better player than Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby, who was held without a point in the Stadium Series finale.
Matt Lauer said he’s only been getting a couple hours sleep each night.
Matt Lauer will again replace Bob Costas, who has an eye infection.
Bob Costas will focus on recovering from an eye infection, at least for a day.
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The Bears are a mere middling football team, making stories.
The Emmy race for Outstanding Comedy Series is a tight one this year, but it’s likely to come down to The Big Bang Theory, 30 Rock, and Louie for the top honor. Which show will Emmy voters choose for the prize?
NBC Sports announcer Al Michaels was arrested over the weekend in Southern California on suspicion of drunken driving, authorities said Sunday.
It sounds simple enough: before you decide to whip up the next inspirational sports legend to sell to the world, check to see if he’s already spent time in jail.
It makes us feel better when we can determine direct causes, identify means of prevention of similar acts, or categorize those involved as somehow different, distant or foreign.
And here I thought we had turned a corner in our understanding of the seriousness of brain injury, especially in what had appeared to be a newly enlightened – and legally threatened – NFL.
Beaver Stadium will roar this year, and soon. 106,000 Penn State football fans will chant “We are!!” as their white-helmeted heroes charge from the tunnel, united against all their perceived enemies.
The good guy in this story couldn’t prevent the human tragedy, only arriving on the scene after terrible things had already happened.