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Oregon is the conference's best chance at the CFP, but will the Ducks have enough to make a push? Will Stanford and/or Washington bounce back? How will Washington State fare without Mike Leach?
Sofia Kenin was on a winning run before the coronavirus put tennis on hold. She's more than ready to return, starting with this weekend's World TeamTennis kickoff.
The title may have been decided weeks/months ago, but the race for the Premier League golden boot is very much still alive.
The Champions League quarterfinals will see Real Madrid/Man City take on Lyon or Juventus. Napoli or Barcelona will face Bayern or Chelsea, with Atalanta vs. PSG.
Rebranding an iconic sports franchise with permanent changes to signage, trademarks and logos is an endeavor that can take years.
Jorge Masvidal's late addition as challenger to Kamaru Usman fills out one of three title fights.
The NBA has a number of issues looming on the horizon for next season, even as the current season restart approaches.
Baseball doesn't seem right without high-fives, hugs from teammates and spitting, players said, but it sure beats the alternative.
Here's what NL skippers had to say about MLB's biggest 2020 rule change.
Ferrari will celebrate its 1,000th F1 race at its own circuit, which will host the Grand Prix of Tuscany on Sept. 13.
The MLB Umpires Association has distanced itself from comments made by veteran Joe West.
The UFC says it is "troubled" by the actions of fighter Mike Perry, who was involved in a physical altercation at a bar this week that was caught on video in which he also yelled racial slurs.
A court motion and sworn affidavit filed by Zion Williamson's former marketing representative's attorney accuses his stepfather of soliciting and accepting a $400,000 payment from another marketing agent before his stepson's freshman season at Duke.
Betting on all table tennis events in Ukraine has been halted in New Jersey after the Sports Wagering Integrity Monitoring Association alerted state regulators on July 7 of match-fixing concerns, according to a notice obtained by ESPN.
The Big Ten will be going to a conference-only model for all fall sports, which means no Ohio State-Oregon or Michigan-Washington. But what does it mean for the rest of the conferences and Notre Dame?
League of Legends developer Riot Games might make use of the coronavirus protection measures used by multiple pro sports leagues that have resumed play.
Led by Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba, Man United are a formidable side again. But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs more to return them to 'elite' status.
Lionel Messi has broken off contract extension talks with Barcelona. If he leaves, where could the GOAT end up?
Big Ten athletic directors and presidents have decided on moving to a conference-only model for all fall sports, including football.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie's documentary film company announced Thursday the completion of its inaugural project, "The Meaning of Hitler." Lurie is an executive producer on the film.