The superstar followed his explosive performances at the American Music Awards and MTV Video Music Awards with an impressive Super Bowl halftime show.
The R&B singer and country artist sang "The Star Spangled Banner" as a duet, while H.E.R. performed "America the Beautiful."
Thomas will become the first woman to ever officiate the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Several commercials refer to the pandemic, including one for Bud Light about the "lemon of a year" that was 2020.
Around 100 million people will tune in to watch the Super Bowl—and brands are willing to pay millions to reach viewers.
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.
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.
"Hell, if I there and it's not even my kid we gone have more than words for sure," James wrote on his Instagram Stories, in response to a viral video of a coach hitting a young player.
The incident happen as the Savannah Gators were competing in the American Youth Football National Championship in Florida.
Players, football clubs and reporters mourned the loss of the "Player of the Century," who led Argentina to a World Cup victory in 1986.
Kane Brown will perform at the Dallas Cowboys halftime show, bringing attention to a cause close to his heart: the Red Kettle Campaign.
The movie was made for Disney, but some underlying truths about the school district got wiped away Monday night.
People thought the picture of the sheep was hilarious with some claiming it looked like a former "The Voice" judge or a contender for the next NFL draft.
The "Blinding Lights" singer will headline the 2021 halftime show. In a statement, he spoke about how important the opportunity is.
Former players and fellow staff members shared condolences following Schlarman's death from cancer on Thursday.
"If I didn't tell those incompetent officers that I was an LSU football player, there's no telling if I would've been here to tell the story," said the wide receiver of the alleged Saturday night incident.
A banner by Rural America 2020 tries to appeal to Philadelphia voters' loyalty to their local football team.
Despite some people from the sports world praising Favre, a number of people felt it was hypocritical that people often tell athletes to "stick to sports" yet cheered on the former Packers QB for endorsing Trump.
James laughed at Brady's tweet and responded that he was "the washed up King."
Despite six-figure penalties dished out to five head coaches and each of their teams, the NFL continues cracking down on those who don't follow its coronavirus protocols.
"Being that this was an adult - shame on him."
Sayers only played for seven years, but was a celebrated player in his time on the field for the Chicago Bears.
"It's definitely different. I would absolutely prefer to be [there] and be able to look at the players in their eyes and them see me on the field," Brennan Pugh, Vardaman High School's head football coach, told Newsweek.
"I think we have a safe way to return to play," Dr. Curt Daniels told the Columbus Dispatch. "I hope that we will find a way to do so."
At least 10 former college football players were among the people who died in the 9/11 terrorist attacks 19 years ago.
The school district's superintendent opted to postpone the game in the interest of keeping students safe, after the violent and racially motivated social media posts began circulating.
Urlacher shared a post to his Instagram story, glorifying Brett Favre for playing on the day his father died, while criticizing NBA players for standing up for Jacob Blake. Forte offered his prayers for people "blinded by their wealth, privilege and earthly fame."
A video using outtakes of incidental nudity from a cheerleader calendar shoot is the latest piece of evidence pointing to a culture of sexual harassment and abuse among the executives and employees of the Washington Football Team.