Kate Upton is back on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover for the second straight year.
A report from Sports Illustrated claims members of Alabama’s 2012 National Championship team received banned substances produced by Sports with Alternatives to Steroids prior to the BCS championship game.
The same people who were kicking themselves just hours ago and apologizing publicly to readers, viewers and listeners for being suckered by an impossible fairy tale have apparently failed to learn any substantive lesson from their embarrassment.
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.
After a 4-0 start and top-10 ranking, Notre Dame football has returned to the cover of Sports Illustrated.
The good folks over at Sports Illustrated put together a list of The 50 Highest-Earning American Athletes from the past year.
He’s only a junior in high school, but Simeon’s Jabari Park has landed on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Here’s a video of Kate Upton, who was featured on the cover of this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, doing the ‘Cat Daddy’ dance.
Check out this pictures of the five best shortstops from 1997 taken for Sports Illustrated.
Ben Howland allowed an influx of talented but immature recruits to undermine team discipline and morale as the once-proud program has struggled to live up to its storied history.
A federal judge is siding with Jewel-Osco in a trademark suit filed by Michael Jordan.
It’s not a biographer’s job to make you feel good. Apparently, author Jeff Pearlman has succeeded in angering a sizable number of naïve Chicagoans and Bears fans, based on early response to his new book.
A revealing new book accuses former Bears running back Walter Payton of using drugs, cheating on his wife and being suicidal.
Jay Cutler has been somewhat of an enigma ever since he arrived in Chicago. His talent is undeniable, but his demeanor is questionable and often criticized.
They sure looked on top of things, that four-man panel in the Prudential Center in Newark last night, a tableau of expertise and awareness, presiding over the 2011 NBA draft with gravitas and control.
While many teams will be looking for their next big star in Thursday’s NBA Draft, the Chicago Bulls find themselves in a much different position.
An investigation by Sports Illustrated delves into the decline and fall of Ohio Buckeyes coach Jim Tressel, who resigned Monday amid NCAA violations from a tattoo parlor scandal.
Sports Illustrated NBA writer Ian Thomsen says the rest of the Bulls’ NBA Eastern Conference Finals series with the Miami Heat will be a “battle,” and the Bulls remain as competitive as ever.
As Bears as Bears can be, they take a perfectly satisfying story and complicate it by screwing something up.
A published report says the dates for the BCS Bowl games in January of next year are up in the air, contingent on when the labor dispute at the NFL ends.