Big 12 Reports $365M Revenue, Increases for 12th Year in Row
The Big 12 generated nearly $365 million in revenue for the 2017-18 academic year, marking the 12th consecutive increase for the league.
Francisco Lindor’s Pair of Homers Leads Cleveland Indians past Minnesota Twins 9-8
The Minnesota Twins were surging into the eighth inning after erasing Cleveland's eight-run lead, chasing what would have been a club-record comeback.
Cannonball? Cleveland Browns Coach Hue Jackson Ready for Jump into Lake Erie
Cleveland's Hue Jackson will jump into Lake Erie on Friday, fulfilling the promise he made last year as the Browns were stumbling to an 0-16 record.
MAAC Moving Basketball Tournaments to Atlantic City
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is moving its basketball championships to New Jersey.
AP Source: Senators Assistant GM Lee Arrested in Buffalo
Ottawa Senators assistant GM Randy Lee is being charged with harassment following an altercation that occurred during a shuttle bus ride back to his Buffalo hotel.
FIFA Lifts Ban on Guatemala Ahead of 2026 World Cup Vote
FIFA has lifted its suspension of the Guatemala soccer federation, clearing the Central American country to vote in the 2026 World Cup hosting contest on June 13.
Hall of Fame Pitcher Smoltz Qualifies for Us Senior Open
Hall of Fame pitcher John Smoltz is making his mark in a new sport. Golf.
Minnesota Golden Gophers Get at Least 3 Night Games in 2018
Minnesota will play at least three games at night this season, beginning with the first two nonconference contests.
NBA Players’ Union Hires Director of Mental Health
The National Basketball Players Association has hired its first director of mental health and wellness.
Anticipated or Anticlimactic? Golden State Warriors – Cleveland Cavaliers 4 in NBA Finals
So as Round 4 of the record-setting rivalry begins Thursday night, has Warriors-Cavaliers become too much of a good thing?