Bernard Tomic's Only Sin Was Being Honest About His Job
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?
Girls' High School Football Title IX Suit Misses The Point
A group of Utah female youth players want their local school districts to offer the sport. But maybe nobody should be playing it.
John McEnroe Says Serena is "Best Female Player Ever," Reheats Dumb Debate
McEnroe isn't wrong about Serena Williams, but that doesn't mean he's right.
A Long-Lost Tax Plan Scares Sports Teams and Could Save America Billions
How a proposed federal law from 1995 could end America's hopeless addiction to spending billions of taxpayer dollars on sports stadiums.
Bionics, Gene Doping, and Brain Training: What's Next for Human Engineering in Sports?
We talked to 'The Body Builders: Inside the Science of the Engineered Human' author Adam Piore about the future of medicine, technology, and performance-enhancement in sports.
Does Racial Resentment Fuel Opposition to Paying College Athletes?
A new social science study has found that whites are more likely than blacks to oppose paying NCAA athletes—and that the more negative whites felt about blacks, the stronger their opposition.
99-Year-Old Sprinter Will Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
A USA Track and Field Masters' race pitted a 99-year-old against a 92-year-old because that's the whole point of life.
Why President Trump Should Pick A Fight With The NCAA
Donald Trump has promised to drain the swamp, unleash business, create jobs, fix a rigged system, and make America great again. Taking on college sports amateurism would be good place to start.
Tom Brady's Agent Is Starting a Pro Football League for College-Age Players
We talk to sports agent Don Yee about his planned Pacific Pro developmental football league, which will pay athletes and could compete for talent with NCAA schools.
Friday Night Lights Out: The Case for Abolishing High School Football
A Nevada school board candidate wants to eliminate high school football, and a handful of others are making a medical, ethical, and financial case against America's favorite prep sport. Their arguments are unpopular. But are they right?
In New Documentary, Former USC Football Player Bob DeMars Sheds Light on the Dark Side of College Sports
Made by a former NCAA athlete and featuring the stories of many others, the new documentary "The Business of Amateurs" explores topics like pay-for-play, brain trauma, and athletes' rights.
The NCAA Lets College Olympians Collect Cash for Gold, Because Amateurism Is a Self-Serving Lie
The NCAA fights tooth and nail to make sure football and men's basketball players don't get paid. It also allows campus Olympic sport athletes to keep medal bonuses. Wait, what?