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Former OSU assistant Smith accepts plea deal
Zach Smith, a former Ohio State assistant, has taken a plea deal to resolve criminal charges. Smith's ex-wife, Courtney Smith, was granted a protection order as part of the resolution.
Bob Cousy reflects on race, making amends with Bill Russell
The legendary point guard, who recently turned 90, sat down with Jackie MacMullan to discuss a new book about his complicated relationship with the Hall of Fame center.
Red Sox vs. Dodgers: A World Series clash with historic possibilities
It's Dodger Stadium versus Fenway Park. East Coast versus West Coast. Warm versus cold. This is a chapter in baseball history that's been waiting to be written for too long.
Reid's grievance against Bengals is denied
Eric Reid's grievance against the Bengals claiming they negotiated in bad faith was denied by an independent arbitrator.
What it means for the Dodgers to get all the way back to the World Series
Returning to the World Series meant the Dodgers had to triumph over an extra challenge: the hangover from coming up empty the year before.
Juve wraps up easy win at listless, lifeless Man United
Juventus wasn't ruthless in beating Man United at Old Trafford but thanks to the hosts' woeful performance, it didn't need to be.
StatWatch: Kansas victory helps Chase Elliott join an elite crowd
Chase Elliott became the eighth driver since 1972 to earn his first three career victories in the same season, joining the likes of Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
Rondo denies spitting, says Paul is no 'good guy'
Rajon Rondo said a mouthguard would impact his ability to intentionally spit on someone, and that the NBA catered to Chris Paul's "good guy" image when determining bans.
Broncos QB Kelly arrested for trespassing
Denver Broncos backup quarterback Chad Kelly has been arrested on suspicion of criminal trespass.
Fantasy football Week 8 rankings
Fantasy football rankings from Matthew Berry, Field Yates, Mike Clay, Eric Karabell, Stephania Bell and Tristan H. Cockcroft for Week 8.
Giants trade CB Apple to Saints for draft picks
CB Eli Apple, who was drafted with the 10th pick in 2016 and has one interception in three NFL seasons, was traded from the Giants to the Saints on Tuesday.
CBA opt-out deadline looms for WNBA, players' union
Oct. 31 is the deadline for either the WNBA or the players' association to opt out of their current collective bargaining agreement.
Is John Hunter Nemechek top candidate for GMS Racing ride?
After Spencer Gallagher announced his retirement, the 21-year-old made his case to make a move with his first Xfinity Series win.
What sports dream will $1.6 billion Mega Millions prize buy?
If you are the sole winner of Tuesday's $1.6 billion Mega Millions prize, what could you buy to live out your sports fantasy?
Brawn: Vettel's struggles a shame for Ferrari
Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn believes Sebastian Vettel's mistakes can no longer be viewed as an unfortunate coincidence and are instead proof that the Ferrari driver is "out of sorts".
Utah track athlete McCluskey shot and killed
University of Utah track athlete Lauren McCluskey was shot and killed Monday night, the school announced.
Can anyone dethrone Kansas in the Big 12?
The Jayhawks have won or shared 14 consecutive conference hoops titles. This season's biggest test could come from neighboring Kansas State.
Preseason burning questions about the Big 12
Will Iowa State's Lindell Wigginton shine? How many Big 12 teams make the NCAA tourney? Will someone finally knock KU off its Big 12 throne?
QB Confidence Index: Long-term outlooks for all 32 NFL teams
The Saints' QB tandem is the envy of the league -- the Giants and Jaguars, though, not so much. Where does your team rank?
Patrick Peterson and other trades that make sense for the Eagles
Eagles exec Howie Roseman is one of the most aggressive personnel men in the NFL, and with the trade deadline nearing, things may get interesting.
Week 8 Power Rankings: Players who must step up on all 32 teams
Every team has an Achilles' heel. Who is that key player who can erase it? Here are 32 possible difference-makers.
5-on-5: What's up with LeBron and the Lakers?
Our NBA experts answer the big questions after the first week of basketball.
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Making sense of Dallas' trade for Amari Cooper: It's about Dak
Cooper is an upgrade, and he allows the Cowboys to fairly evaluate Prescott, who is due a huge extension soon.
Cowboys admit WR committee was a mistake, hope Cooper is a No. 1
By trading a first-round draft pick for Cooper, Dallas is hoping it once again has a No. 1 receiver who can bolster a lackluster passing game.
The playoff's biggest questions one week from the first rankings
We all want to know who the College Football Playoff selection committee's initial top four will be, but it's not the only debate on the table.
Jalen Richard, Doug Martin among top fantasy football free-agent finds for Week 8
Need an impact player whom others might be overlooking? Here are the top options available on waiver wires in most ESPN fantasy leagues.
State of the Penguins: Five early-season takeaways
Pittsburgh is once again among the NHL's top contenders. Here's a look at what's driving its success and where it can improve.
Clemson looks ready to soar as passing game takes off
After a weird start to the season marked by QB drama, the Tigers were dominant against NC State, thanks to a high-powered passing attack.
Y'all see that Western Kentucky-Old Dominion ending?
It was one for the Bottom 10 record books.
30 for 30 Podcasts' 'All In: Sparking the Poker Boom' examines the 2003 WSOP and Chris Moneymaker
In 2003, a Tennessee accountant named Chris Moneymaker helped change the world of poker forever. In 30 for 30 podcast's 'All In: Sparking the Poker Boom,' we dig deeper into this unlikely story.
Barca have the quality to win without Messi
Barcelona might struggle without Lionel Messi, but the pieces are there for a Plan B. Plus: Mourinho is the story again as Chelsea draw Man United.
Barnwell: Flaws for contenders -- who's dragging down each team
Blake Bortles' up-and-down play is holding back the Jags. The defending champion Eagles have an obvious weakness. These are the flaws for every top team.
Power Rankings: A new top 10 and a few big risers
Who are the biggest risers and fallers after the first week of real NBA basketball?
Ranking all 50 players in the World Series
Legend. Rental. Wunderkind. Moneybags. Here's what you need to know about each of the Red Sox and Dodgers players in this year's Fall Classic.
Week 7 takeaways: Eagles’ uphill climb, Jags falling apart
Forget the NFC East. The Eagles are now in a real fight just to make the playoffs. NFL Nation dives into Week 7.