Patrick Hruby is a former VICE Sports contributing editor.
The former baseball player currently is suing John Dowd, Trump's lead Russia probe lawyer, for defamation. No, really.
Combustible aluminum exterior panels used in the construction of London's Grenfell Tower apartment building also may be part of FirstEnergy Stadium.
It's almost as if there's a connection between rising revenues, fixed on-field labor costs, and the people running college sports making more money than ever before.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman says a labor walkout is necessary to get concessions from league owners. But the have-and-have-not economy fostered by the 2011 CBA may make a strike less likely.
Former NFL linebacker Ka'Lial Glaud's struggle with post-concussion syndrome illustrates how the sport's fringe performers have greater incentive to put their health at risk—and fewer resources to cope with lasting damage.
The Australian tennis player was crushed by the tennis establishment for admitting at Wimbledon that he's "bored" and disenchanted with the sport. Is that really so hard to believe?
The association is considering making it easier for athletes to switch schools—but so long as players are considered students and not employees, they shouldn't be restricted in the first place.
A group of Utah female youth players want their local school districts to offer the sport. But maybe nobody should be playing it.
McEnroe isn't wrong about Serena Williams, but that doesn't mean he's right.
The multibillion-dollar college sports industry exploits African-American athletes and has left historically black schools behind. Some people think there's a better way.
As legal battles loom, the college sports establishment argues that allowing athletes to be paid would hurt their educations. Here's why that's as preposterous as that sounds.
U.S. Senators Corey Booker and James Lankford want to close a federal tax loophole for the bonds used to finance stadium construction.