After the Mississippi State Bulldogs defeated the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes in the Armed Forces Bowl, players on both teams began fighting each other, while coaches tried to intervene.
Author Shea Serrano continues to pay it forward by helping out someone in need of some financial help.
During a segment on ESPN's "Monday Night Countdown," McFarland advised players to put their teams first, but people on Twitter are upset that he singled out African-American players when making the remarks.
The player was just named Pac-12 newcomer of the year, prior to his unexpected death from a gunshot wound.
ESPN has laid off about 5,000 employees since 2015. Now, the network has signed a gargantuan contract to land SEC football. This, during a pandemic and cord-cutting.
The injury will keep the three-time NBA champ off the court for a second straight season.
After postponing playoff games on Wednesday and Thursday, the NBA has reached an agreement with players to resume the playoffs and demonstrate a greater commitment to social justice issues.
Basketball makes it return tonight, after a four-month hiatus due to the coronavirus lockdown. These are the narratives that we're most excited to see play out.
Sports in America used to be unifying, but now they seem to be yet another front of the culture war.
Since the video's release, Perry has said that he's seeking professional treatment and the UFC will not give him a bout until further evaluation following his completion of treatment.
A documentary about Magic Johnson is in the works, following ESPN's super-successful "The Last Dance" Michael Jordan documentary.
The Bruce Lee "Be Water" documentary has renewed interest in the life and death of the beloved Chinese-American martial artist and star of movies like "Enter the Dragon."
Hulu has introduced a new mode that will allow up to eight friends and family members to chat on a side screen while watching TV or movies together.
"Man in the Arena" will feature nine episodes covering Tom Brady's career in the NFL and will air at some point in 2021.
Horace Grant, Craig Hodges and Dennis Rodman have all spoken out about the blockbuster documentary series and the way that certain players were portrayed.
TV and movie viewers can bundle Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month.
"I don't think we're going to start on time," Finebaum said while appearing on ESPN's 'Get Up.' "I think the odds of starting September 5 are very, very slim."
The Cornhole Mania 2020 doubles tournament broadcasted on ESPN noon, and the singles event will take place at 6 p.m. as some live sports begin making a comeback.
The premiere of ESPN's much-awaited documentary on Michael Jordan received rave reviews from NBA players.
The first two episodes of the 10-part documentaries on Michael Jordan's last season with the Chicago Bulls airs on Sunday.
ESPN's much-anticipated documentary on Michael Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls premieres on Sunday.
Jordan's decision to skip the visit to the White House in October 1991 was initially attributed to a family vacation.
Eight players remain in the competition, with Kevin Durant, Donovan Mitchell and DeMarcus Cousins among those already knocked out.
Brees signed a two-year extension with the New Orleans Saints last month but ESPN hasn't given up hope on adding him to its MNF team.
The 16-man tournament featuring Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell begins on Friday and runs through April 11.
Denzel Washington portrayed Boone in the movie "Remember the Titans," but the coach was a real-life figure.
The series was scheduled to air in June, but ESPN has agreed to bring the release date forward due to the lack of live NBA games.
The 10-part documentary series chronicles Jordan's final season with the Chicago Bulls, which ended with a sixth NBA title for him and the franchise.
If Peyton Manning does call Monday Night Football, maybe he'll finally reveal to us what "Omaha" meant when he screamed it at the line of scrimmage.