Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick makes it clear that Brian Kelly will not be coaching for his job as the Fighting Irish resume play out of this weekend's bye.
With an 8-4 victory in Los Angeles Thursday night, the Chicago Cubs took a 3-2 NLCS lead over the LA Dodgers and now head back to Chicago just one...
The Dodgers clearly had a plan to rattle Cubs lefty Jon Lester on Thursday, but it seemed to backfire on them; plus the latest NLCS notes/links.
In NLCS Game 6, the Cubs will go to the closest thing to Greg Maddux since, well, Greg Maddux. What does the Hall of Famer think of Chicago's starter?
Buster Olney talks to Karl Ravech, Justin Havens & Raul Ibanez about how the Dodgers' attempt to get in the head of Jon Lester may have backfired, look ahead to Game 6 & more. Plus, a chat with Indians pitcher Ryan Merritt.
Buster Olney recaps the Cubs' critical Game 5 win over the Dodgers, Jon Lester's key performance on the mound and looks ahead to a stellar matchup in Game 6.
An early look at the quarterback candidates who might be available this offseason, either via free agency or trade.
Bears linebacker Pernell McPhee had only participated in walk-through practices before making his season debut Thursday in Green Bay.
Alabama will host top-40 recruits Baron Browning and LaBryan Ray for its huge showdown with Texas A&M. What are the chances the Tide land these ESPN 300 prospects?
Behind Addison Russell and Javier Baez, the Cubs took Game 5 and sent the NLCS back to Wrigley with a chance to clinch a Series berth.
Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer
$11,600: Price a fan paid for on StubHub for two front row seats next to Dodgers dugout for Game 6 at Wrigley on Saturday.
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Let this sink in: The Cubs are heading home a single victory away from their first World Series trip since 1945. They've planned for this moment all along, so what could go wrong? Plenty.
Need a bat? Leggings? Matt Szczur isn't on the 25-man postseason roster, but he's lending everything he can to the Cubs.
Jon Lester is 'fired up' and the Cubs are on the verge of history. Why? Because Chicago's ace did what he does in the postseason.
Charles Moynihan ESPN
Here is another look at the Cubs celebrating their Game 5 victory over the Dodgers.
The Dodgers again couldn't figure out Cubs lefty Jon Lester, who ruled Game 5 and sent the NLCS back to Wrigley with Chicago a win from the Series.