Clemson might have fallen short in the national championship game, but for the second straight year, the Tigers enter the season as the top team according to ESPN's Football Power Index.
- Brewers sign lefty Suter before arbitration
- Ex-Badger WR Randle El charged in homicides
- Hader says arbitration model 'outdated' after loss
- Lakers, Bucks title favorites entering All-Star break
Which teams are set to climb the standings and which teams are fighting for playoff spots?
How early on in their lives do players realize that they're better than good? Brian Windhorst and Andrew Han get some unexpected thoughts from the NBA's younger players at All-Star weekend.
The Milwaukee Brewers signed left-hander Brent Suter to a two-year contract Sunday, avoiding an arbitration hearing that was scheduled for Monday.
Marcus Randle El, a wide receiver for the Wisconsin Badgers from 2004 to 2007, surrendered to Chicago police on Saturday and was charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide in connection with two deaths in Janesville, Wisconsin.
Brad Davison scored 30 points on 8-of-11 3-point shooting and Wisconsin used a 21-2 early second half run to take control of the game and send Nebraska to its school-record tying 10th straight loss 81-64 on Saturday.
It's Feb. 14, and love is in the air across the sports world. From the Washington Nationals to the Golden State Warriors, here are some of the sweetest messages we've seen today.
All-Star closer Josh Hader lost his salary arbitration case against the Brewers and will earn $4.1 million rather than his $6.4 million request. Hader said the arbitration model for relievers is 'outdated' based on how the role has evolved.
Imagine a baseball world with no trades, no free agents and no switching teams after a player is drafted or signed. What would your team look like?
How can the Cowboys retain Dak, Amari and their other free agents? Well, it's not that easy. Let's make moves for the NFC.