Inside the Hardcore World of Guts, the Toughest Frisbee Sport of All
Guts started out as a game meant to be played while drinking beer. Now it's ruled by badasses who can fire a frisbee at 90 miles per hour.
The Most Dangerous Game: Death Threats in Sports
Some people take the games a little too seriously, and sports figures have long been in the crosshairs of their most crazed fans. The FBI knows this well.
How Gamblers Use 'Ghost Matches' to Make a Killing
What happens when gamblers run into problems fixing matches? They make up matches that never happened in the first place.
Debt, Toilet Paper, and Scandals: How the Green Bay Packers Became a Non-Profit
The Packers are the only non-profit, community-owned team in the Big Four leagues and the story of how that came to be is a rabbit hole.
The New Face of Sports Gambling Is 'Kelly in Vegas'
Sports gambling has long been dominated by men, but Kelly Stewart, a.k.a. KellyinVegas, is well on her way to becoming one of the world's most popular handicappers.
How to Fix an NFL Game
Everyone assumes that fixing a major sporting event is almost impossible, which is exactly what would make it so easy to pull off.
The Twisted History of a Mobster and the PGA Tour
When a rift over money caused star players like Arnold Palmer to leave the PGA in 1969, who was there to finance their short-lived, but impactful alternative?