Customize ESPN

Sunday's fantasy football inactives watch

AJ Mass provides updated inactives and analysis based on the latest reports and official announcements leading up to kickoff.

AP

Hasselbeck says Prescott primed to go on a run

Tim Hasselbeck explains how the addition of Amari Cooper will help Dak Prescott's fantasy value in the upcoming weeks.

0:48

Week 11 Scoreboard

Early Games

Top Headlines

College Football

Recapping Week 12

Power Rankings: Statement wins for Washington State, UCF

The Cougars and Knights moved past some traditional powers after impressive victories.

Stephen M. Dowell/Orlando Sentinel/TNS/Getty Images

Notre Dame's statement for elite inclusion, and five more implications from Saturday

On a day when the rest of the top 10 struggled (at least a little) with lesser opponents, Notre Dame inserted itself into the conversation with Alabama and Clemson.

Week 11

Week 11 NFL score predictions: A guide to best games, more

Winners and projections for every matchup, plus fantasy nuggets to get you through the weekend. Catch up on Week 11 here.

NFL evaluators make picks on Week 11's best games

Who wins Cowboys-Falcons, Titans-Colts, Vikings-Bears and Chiefs-Rams?

MLB offseason

Olney: How the Phillies can be smart spending stupid amounts of money

The Phillies have plenty of payroll space and expectations of contention to deliver on. Here's a plan for which top free agents they should target.

Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

A blockbuster offseason move for all 30 teams

Want to make a hot stove splash? Start with these bold trades and free-agent additions.

UEFA Nations League

Sunday's Matches

Customize ESPN

On this date

  • 0:59
  • Randy Moss remembers 4-TD half

    Randy Moss discusses the Sunday night in 2007 when he caught 4 touchdown passes from Tom Brady in the first half against Buffalo.

Famous college football prank

  • Stan Grossfeld/The Boston Globe via Getty Images
  • The day MIT won the Harvard-Yale game

    In 1982, during the middle of The Game between rivals Harvard and Yale, a third player entered the game when MIT students pulled the greatest prank in college football history.