The New Tommy John Surgery That Could Change Baseball
For nearly half a century, a UCL injury has meant complete elbow reconstruction for pitchers—and over a year of rehab. Thanks to an enterprising doctor and some very high-quality tape, that is finally changing.
For Tigers Fans, Memphis Playing NCAA Tournament Host Is Salt in an Open Wound
Memphis' hosting of the NCAA Tournament's most glamorous regional—with Kentucky, UCLA, UNC, and Butler—is a painful reminder of how much the city wants its beloved, struggling Tigers to be great again.
Football, Fun, And An Unintentional NCAA Recruiting Violation: A Day at Jim Harbaugh's Satellite Camp
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh appeared to inadvertently break a NCAA rule at a satellite camp, reflecting the larger, ongoing college football controversy over the events.
A Way of Life at Atlanta's Turner Field Is About to End
On October 2, the Braves will play their last game at Turner Field. Stadiumville's vendors won't follow the team to its new home 12 miles away.