The former Washington State quarterback led the nation in passing last year, and is now completely out of the game.
The St. Louis Rams, who are returning to Los Angeles, should be moving to Montana.
An Alabama fan got dangerously close to a Tiger at the national championship game.
David Bowie and Ricky Gervais shared a friendship and a similar sense of humor.
The Cincinnati Bengals unraveled in an instantly infamous playoff defeat to the Steelers.
Netflix's 'Making a Murderer' provides a surfeit of captivating quotes and characters.
The second half of the year in sports was a magnificent and unpredictable time to be alive.
Fat Guy touchdowns, near-miss perfect games and a 37-point quarter were just part of the fun of 2015's first half.
Charged with extorting teammate Mathieu Valbuena, Karim Benzema is suspended indefinitely.
Ten years after being knocked out of a college football game, Klatt is calling them.
Bono, Bill Gates, Stephen Colbert and some stars celebrate world AIDS day.
NBA fans can't wait for June: Kobe Bryant needs to go now.
Guthrie returns to the site of the Thanksgiving Day incident that inspired 'Alice's Restaurant.'
Stanford's Christian McCaffrey, a Heisman finalist, calls his grandpa Dave Sime "the most interesting man in the world."
As Missouri's campus dealt with racial unrest, a pair of civil liberties found themselves at odds.
Clemson and LSU finished first and second in the rankings, respectively.
Recently passed Timberwolves coach Flip Saunders made a lasting impact on Minnesota and on one Minnesotan in particular.
As Game 1 of the World Series looms, let's take look back at how it all began.
A muffed punt allowed Michigan State to defeat its in-state rival on the game's final play.