Facing a three-run deficit, Louisiana Tech mounted a late rally, scoring two in the seventh and one in the ninth to tie the game, but fell in 12 innings, 6-4, to Marshall in the opening round of the Conference USA Baseball Tournament from MGM Park.
The New York Jets knew they had to do something about their offense so they went out and spent $52.5 million this offseason, $25 million of it guaranteed on RB Le’Veon Bell and traded with Oakland for OG Kelechi Osemele, who comes with another $25.7 …
After 13 years in former coach Mike McCarthy’s system, Rodgers is excited about the new concepts and innovations that LaFleur's offense brings.
You could argue – and many have – that no team in the NBA relied more heavily on one player this year than Pelicans did with starting guard Jrue Holiday, who registered career-highs in rebounds (5.0), steals (1.6), blocks (0.8) and points (21.2) per game this season on a team loaded with injury woes and off-the-court distractions.
Hub Arkush and Arthur Arkush chat this week about the reported interest of Champ Kelly and other personnel talk, which Day-3 pick will be next All-Rookie caliber, and some roster tinkering. Plus the guys discuss the shade being thrown on the Bears by…
The 2017 second-round pick says he needs a "change of scenery" after two safeties were added in the offseason.
There was some confusion last week about Aaron Rodgers’ cameo in “Game of Thrones.” There was no confusion Tuesday about how the Green Bay Packers quarterback felt about Sunday night’s series finale for the show on HBO.
A College Station-based nonprofit will partner with the National Football League’s Inspire Change Initiative this summer to allow 100 Bryan ISD varsity football players to spend two days being mentored by former NFL players, Brazos County business owners and police officers as part of the SCORE program.
New Orleans Saints rookies, first-year players and newcomers mainly have had the run of the practice facilities for the last several weeks. Indoctrination into the total team begins this week, as the Saints begin OTAs.
The Tigers’ time in Hoover was cut short by the Rebels, who came out on top in a 2-1 contest on Tuesday afternoon. Missouri will now await the announcement of its postseason fate.
Just two days after hiring the team’s new general manager in Trajan Langdon, the Pelicans made yet another shakeup in the team’s front office. According to team sources, New Orleans and director of player personnel David Booth have mutually agreed to part ways.
CHICAGO – The NFL’s new league year annually starts the second week in March with the beginning of free agency, but for most of us it really gets going in mid- to late-May when the 32 NFL clubs can all begin their organized team activities and player…
The University of Wyoming football team announced Tuesday that Willie Mack Garza will be joining Craig Bohl's staff as the Cowboys' safeties coach.
Chances are you've never heard of Porter Gustin or Jordan Wyatt or David Simmons or any of the other wanna-be-a-Saint-when-the-season-starts rookies participating in OTAs this week.
Trajan Langdon spent less than eight months working in Cleveland under then-Cavaliers general manager David Griffin, but the lessons Langdon learned, from the inner workings of running a G-League franchise to monitoring egos in a star-studded locker room to hiring and firing a head coach on an eventual NBA title winner, have stuck with him.
From Clemson to Notre Dame to Texas, SEC teams are playing some of the biggest names in college football outside of conference play this season.
After taking a series victory over the Rebels in late March, the Tigers have a shot to notch another win and earn their way into the double-elimination bracket on Tuesday afternoon in Hoover, Alabama.
Hiura, 22, Milwaukee's top prospect, is hitting .250 with a home run in six games since getting the call from the minor leagues.
Drew Brees didn't tip his hand on his plans beyond this year with the New Orleans Saints -- but others in attendance at The Advocate's Star of Stars high school sports awards event had no interest in playing coy.
The name of LSU sophomore cornerback Kelvin Joseph popped up in the NCAA transfer portal Monday, but it wasn’t there for long.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees visited with several young patients recovering in Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center Children's Hospital, Monday, May 20, 2019. Brees also toured the emergency room and pediatric emergency room and met staff members, before heading to his s…
Current Missouri wrestler and former Tolton standout Brock Mauller took fourth place at the USA Wrestling United World Wrestling (UWW) Junior Freestyle World Team Trials last weekend.
Noah Taliancich, a 3-star defensive line prospect according to 247Sports.com, pledged to the Green Wave on Monday morning.
The Mountain West held a two-day meeting last week between head football coaches and referees in the conference, it announced Monday -- an event the Mountain West is calling the first of its kind.
New Washington LB Reuben Foster suffered a season-ending torn ACL and additional damage in his left knee moments into the team’s first OTA session Monday, according to multiple reports.
Montee Ball, now 28 and a father, is hoping to help others avoid his mistakes by speaking candidly about his struggles with alcoholism and mental illness that contributed to the end of his football career.
Dallas Cowboys star RB Ezekiel Elliott was handcuffed but not charged after shoving a security guard at a Las Vegas music festival this weekend, as seen in video recently obtained by TMZ.
The New Orleans Saints begin their organized training activities (OTAs) on Tuesday. It's the first time the team's rookies and veterans will all be together. Here is a look at five things to watch for in OTAs:
The Saints Hall of Fame Celebrity Golf Classic was held on Monday, May 20, 2019 at the Bayou Oaks at City Park in New Orleans. Saints coach Sean Payton, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry, and current and former players such as Cameron Jordan and Jonathan Vilma played for a good cause.
Former Los Angeles Lakers president Magic Johnson didn't mince words Monday morning while appearing on ESPN's "First Take."