President Obama aspires to host ESPN SportsCenter, Martin Bashir quits MSNBC after forgetting he's not on Fox News, there's some radioactive car thieves out there, and more...
With a huge assist from ESPN Stats & Information, we've attempted to track the frequency of ACL injuries in the NFL this season. If you recall, a significant spike was evident near midseason, and while the pace has since slowed, theShow More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers will have a chance to participate in the 2014 playoffs provided that they follow a very specific blueprint. The Purple and Gold were projected in ESPN.com’s "Fall Forecast" to finish 12th in the Western Conference...Show More Summary
Heading into Week 14 of the 2013 NFL season, the New England Patriots are ranked No. 4 on ESPN's weekly power ranking. They should be higher than No. 4. In fact, they should be No. 1. Of course, that's a bold assertion for a team that seemed broken and doomed earlier this season. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama has had more face time on ESPN than any other president, so it’s only natural that, when this whole running the country thing is over for him, he would want to head to Bristol, Conn., … to make an appearance on “SportsCenter.” In a recent meeting with Disney chairman and chief executive […]
President Barack Obama has a gig he’d love to take up after he leaves the Oval Office: hosting ESPN’s SportsCenter. The sports fan-in-chief revealed his interest during a private meeting with Dreamworks’ Jeffrey Katzenberg and other executive on Nov. Show More Summary
The extensive Ron Burgundy media tour will have one less stop after ESPN announced that the fictional television anchorman will no longer be hosting "SportsCenter." Actor Will Ferrell had been scheduled to host the 6 p.m. edition ofShow More Summary
When judging total defense in the NFL, many often point to yards allowed as the primary measure for a unit’s effectiveness. ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi sees that as a flawed analysis. Bruschi instead has put together his own formula, averaging...Show More Summary
With the new ESPN television revenue deal kicking in this season, MLB teams have noticeably been spending a lot more money this offseason compared to years prior. In fact, to date, teams have spent approximately $6.5 million per 1.0Show More Summary
Good things come to those who wait—and bypass the draft to improve their offensive game and stock. I think that's how the old saying goes. A former consensus (ESPN, Rivals, Scout.com) top-30 recruit, Adreian Payne's NBA potential was visible at 18 years old. But despite all that "potential," he was awfully quiet his first two years at Michigan State. Show More Summary
Will Ferrell was due to appear on ESPN's "SportsCenter" on Thursday (Dec. 5) in character as Ron Burgundy to continue his magical "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" press tour, but, sadly, that won't be happening anymore.
The Ron Burgundy blitz for Anchorman 2 has only just begun. After apperances in North Dakota and Candaian curling, the promotional campaign hits high gear on Thursday. In the morning, Burgundy (yes, I know I'm talking about a fictional...Show More Summary
Ron Burgundy's SportsCenter appearance Thursday has been canceled in light of breaking news out of Florida State regarding Jameis Winston. — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) December 5, 2013 ESPN has announced in the wake of the expected...Show More Summary
The fifth-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes bolted out to an early lead and kept Maryland at a distance throughout as they defeated the Terrapins, 76-60, in the Big Ten-ACC Challenge on Wednesday night. ESPN SportsCenter noted the Buckeyes'...Show More Summary
The remaining unsigned recruits for 2014 cannot sign until the spring, but there is plenty of buzz about what they might do. Seven players rated among the top 100 recruits for 2014 by Scout.com, Rivals.com or ESPN.com remain uncommitted. Show More Summary
The actor's "Anchorman 2" hosting stint was shelved in light of a news conference regarding sexual assault allegations against quarterback Jameis Winston set for Thursday. read more
Damn, bruh… Via ESPN Former NBA player Keon Clark has received an eight-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to two charges. Clark has been in the Vermilion County jail since Aug. 4. He faced weapon, drug and traffic-related charges.
[guest post by JD] Tops on his bucket list is to host the Top 10 on ESPN. Popstar Prez should just start now, and quit destroying whole sectors of the economy. Obama revealed what’s at the top of his bucket list post-White House: “At least I know what I want to do when I retire [...]
Rapper "Nelly," raised in St. Louis, Missouri, is very proud of his hometown, referencing it in several of his songs. With so many at ESPN favoring No. 3 Auburn in analysis leading up to the Tigers' SEC Championship Game clash with No. Show More Summary
Continuing promotions for “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) took his hosting talents to a new forum. The mustache-donning reporter guest-anchored ESPN’s SportsCenter and interviewed Denver Broncos’ Quarterback...Show More Summary