Electronic Arts parts ways with Tiger Woods
Electronic Arts Inc., the second- largest U.S. video-game publisher, has announced that Tiger Woods will no longer be associated with its golf title.
World Series evens on Cardinals base running, Red Sox flubs
The Boston Red Sox started Game 2 of the World Series on the verge of tying an 86-year record for consecutive victories in the Fall Classic. But just when it seemed everything was falling into place for the Sox, everything fell apart.
VIDEOS: Memorable MLB postseason celebrations
Some of baseball's most enduring October memories are punctuated by jubilant celebrations. Take a look back at some of the most memorable expressions of joy in Major League Baseball's postseason by players and teams after the final out.
The Daily Beast releases Top 200 Colleges rankings
The Daily Beast analyzed nearly 2,000 four-year, degree-granting colleges and universities in the U.S., using criteria including future earnings, quality of education, affordability and diversity.
The most insufferable fans in sports live in St. Louis
The Cardinals are a very good baseball team. Their fans have every right to be happy. You can't blame the rest of us for not sharing their joy, though.
The United Sports of America: What should your state's official sport be?
If every state in the union had to choose an official sport, what would they pick?
Kickoff returns less thrilling after NFL rules change
When the NFL changed the rules in 2011 to move the kickoff from the 30-yard line to the 35, it did two things: It made a violent game a little safer, but it appears it may have taken one of football’s most exciting plays – the kickoff return – out of the game.
Ouch! 10 athletes with bizarre injuries that had nothing to do with their sport
Getting hurt on the field is one thing. But pro athletes are just as prone to injuring themselves in unusual ways as the rest of us. Need proof? Here are 10 freakish instances where mind lost out to matter.
Region Roundup: Miners clinch playoff spot
Here’s a look at Friday night games for area teams.
Game attendance drops as college football fans shun a bad deal
College football programs sold their souls to TV networks and the marriage with big business left fans to deal with many inconveniences and price gouging.
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