The Sooners' fast, physical defense overpowered visiting Tennessee. Oklahoma had its first test of the season, and it passed—and ran—with flying colors. The Sooners racked up 454 yards of total offense and controlled the game from opening whistle to final gun, 34-10. Show More Summary
Kentucky could beat Florida for the first time since 1986, and BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE Stanley Williams went 25 yards to score to open OT for Kentucky against Florida and BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE BRENT MUSBURGER YELLING BOOM GOES THE DYNAMITE KENTUCKY FOOTBALL WHAT IS HAPPENING
The high-flying guard in the class of 2016 puts on a show in his newest mixtape. Basketball players come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and styles, and Kwe Parker happens to be the type that can put his head above the rim when he rises for a dunk. Show More Summary
USA Basketball's semifinal romp over Lithuania ended with a bit of scrapping. Klay Thompson got involved with a few Lithuania players, his teammates joined him, then a snarling Mike Krzyzewski stepped in to put an end to it all: Not quite a Van Gundy performance, but not bad.
Add another clip to the James Harden anti-defense rule. Lithuania is hanging around against Team USA in large part because they're asking whoever James Harden is guarding to take him off the dribble. (Harden is in foul trouble, but mostly he's being attacked because he's James Harden). Show More Summary
Wait for it… And…There it is… Out with a whimper, not even a final death throe… What am I talking about, you might ask? Well, with today’s loss, the Sox are “officially”out of postseason contention. Their “magic number” for a Wild Card Berth was at 1 after last night’s loss. And they checked out in […]
This week, the Big College Football Trophy takes a look at -- BOOM The Big College Football Trophy is a trophy SB Nation made up to celebrate the internet-friendliest things that happen on college football fields each weekend. We plan on making an actual trophy at some point and giving it away somehow. Show More Summary
A man who repeatedly threatened Mets players and staff has been given his sentence. The second part of that sentence is more surprising than the first. These are great times for people that act like severely infected a-holes on the internet,...Show More Summary
That and more in Tuesday's NBA newsletter. SIGN UP FOR OUR NBA NEWSLETTER Get news, links and Ziller's #hottakes in your inbox every weekday morning. Email Good morning. Let's... basketball. A HEAPING PILE OF W.T.F.: Would you guessShow More Summary
Vladimir Guerrero had a very good MLB career, but he last stepped onto a major league field back in 2011. We may not have to wait too much longer to see his son, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., play in the majors. The younger Guerrero put on a show during batting practice for MLB scouts in the Dominican Republic earlier this month. Show More Summary
In response to video leaking of Ray Rice striking his wife unconscious, the Baltimore Ravens have terminated the contract of the seven-year running back. The Baltimore Ravens have released running back Ray Rice, the team announced on Monday afternoon. Show More Summary
The "Golden Generation" of top Argentinian players likely played its final game in a Round of 16 loss to Brazil at the 2014 FIBA World Cup. We remember how this group of players turned the world upside down. On Sunday, Brazil thoroughly defeated Argentina in the 2014 FIBA World Cup Round of 16. Show More Summary
The Michigan-Notre Dame is going away for a while, so let's watch these two teams battle it out one last time. And now we've come! To the ennnnnnnd of the road! Still I caaaaan't let go! Wait, Boyz II Men aren't anti-papists, are they?...Show More Summary
We want elite teams to play each other, but we also want rivalries to continue. Sometimes we get one partially at the expense of the other. Saturday night in South Bend, Michigan and Notre Dame will play their last game for the foreseeable future (7:30 p.m. Show More Summary
The U.S. Open DJ thinks Federer is Darth Vader, apparently. Roger Federer survived two match points, then came all the way back to smoke the dangerous and delightfully silly Gael Monfils in the fifth set. And when it was all done, and Federer strode off the court post-handshake, this is how the Open P.A. Show More Summary
A wise man once said "We fear change," and he's absolutely right. It's far easier and less risky to stick with what you know, even if the results aren't what you hoped for and sometimes make you want to take a hammer to a robotic, prosthetic...Show More Summary
MORE LIKE GRAMMY PACQUIAO I don't know why this exists. I just know that it does and I am very happy for it: We already knew Manny Pacquiao loves to sing-- so much so that his vocal talents recently got the Drake parody treatment. I am utterly baffled by this, yet so, so, so appreciate. Keep singing, Manny.
There's a famous 11-minute video of James Harden's terrible defense during the 2013-14 season. He's been generally good for Team USA thus far... at least until this play. This is about as bad as it gets. We think this mask is appropriate.
Junior Malanda's season couldn't have gotten off to a worse start. He missed an open net from about one yard out to ruin a potential draw against Bayern Munich. But at least his season would only go up from there! It didn't, becauseShow More Summary
The Cubs prospect might be pretty good at crushing baseballs. Jorge Soler is a new Cub from Cuba. Jorge Soler hit a homer in his first major league at-bat. It took him just two more games to hit another, and this time he hit the ball directly to space: Good lord, that sound. Show More Summary