35 For 30: A Smart Move

Sports PhotoThe new, shorter shot clock for men’s college basketball takes effect next year, and SC’s Jean Neuberger states that for once, the NCAA made the right decision. Complete Story

04.20.15 One-Year Wonders Equals Long-Term Success By Jean Neuberger
04.13.15 A Smart Move? By Corrie Trouw
04.06.15 Flipping the Script: Wisconsin’s Historic Offense By Ross Lancaster

College Football Playoff Projections

Sports PhotoAs we're nearing the halfway point of the college football season, SC's Jean Neuberger chimes in with his first projections for who grabs the four coveted College Football Playoff spots, as well as the rest of the New Year's Six. Complete Story

09.28.15 Why Saturday Always Delivers By Ross Lancaster
09.21.15 Peeking Down the Road in College Football By Jonathan Lowe
09.14.15 Auburn and Arkansas: Mistaken Identities By Jean Neuberger

Foul Territory: Fingers in the Air

Sports PhotoIn this week’s edition of Foul Territory, the U.S. Women’s soccer team conquers the world, while three fingers are casualties in a rough July 4th weekend for NFL players. Donovan McNabb gets busted again, and Donald Trump misses the cut. Complete Story

06.29.15 Foul Territory: A Bunch of Fools By Jeffrey Boswell
06.13.15 Foul Territory: Pasture-Rized Horses and Patriot Dis-Missiles By Jeffrey Boswell
08.29.14 Foul Territory: Well-Oiled Machines By Jeffrey Boswell

A Three-Way Battle For Golf Supremacy

Sports PhotoJust a few months ago, all the talk was about a new rivalry at the top of golf’s world rankings between Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, but golf fans can now look forward to what should be an ongoing three-way battle to be the world’s best golfer. Complete Story

08.15.14 McIlroy, Woods, Nicklaus: Major Debate By Jeffrey Boswell
04.18.13 Golf’s “Snitches Get Stitches” Policy By Jeffrey Boswell
12.13.12 Looking Ahead to Golf in 2013 By Angus Saul

Our Long Nationals Nightmare is Over

Sports PhotoThe Washington Nationals fired manager Matt Williams this week, who didn't see the icebergs until after his dysfunctional ship sank, says SC's Jeff Kallman. Complete Story

09.29.15 Old-Schoolers Flunk Papelbon vs. Harper By Jeff Kallman
09.28.15 Pain, Not Champagne, For the Nats By Jeff Kallman
09.26.15 The Royals Clinch the AL Central By Jeff Kallman

Same Fight, Different Round

Sports PhotoAllen Iverson accepted the NBA Players Association’s inaugural “Game Changer” award last week with an emotional speech. SC’s Corrie Trouw says that Iverson once again reminded the sports world the power of perseverance and self-belief. Complete Story

07.20.15 The Forgotten Winners of the Offseason By Ross Lancaster
07.06.15 The Freedom of Speculation By Jonathan Lowe
06.29.15 Free Agency’s Elephant in the Room By Ross Lancaster

2015 NFL Week 4 Power Rankings

Sports PhotoIn this week's rankings, SC's Brad Oremland nominates a Defensive Player of the Year front-runner, devotes a surprising amount of space to placekickers, and scolds Alex Smith, Seattle's front office, and the Buffalo Bills, for various reasons. Complete Story

10.01.15 NFL Weekly Predictions: Week 4 By Jeffrey Boswell
09.29.15 2015 NFL Week 3 Power Rankings By Brad Oremland
09.24.15 NFL Weekly Predictions: Week 3 By Jeffrey Boswell

Objectivity, Perspective Needed in Kane Controversy

Sports PhotoSC's Louie Centanni calls for objectivity and perspective before passing judgment on the Patrick Kane sexual assault case. It's important not to automatically assume guilt, but it's equally important not to assume that lack of evidence equals innocence. Complete Story

NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 28

Sports PhotoMatt Kenseth won at New Hampshire, guaranteeing his next spot in the Chase. Denny Hamlin took second, while Kevin Harvick ran out of gas with three laps to go to spoil a dominating performance. Complete Story

09.23.15 NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 27 By Jeffrey Boswell
09.16.15 NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 26 By Jeffrey Boswell
09.09.15 NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 25 By Jeffrey Boswell

Yogi Berra, 1925-2015

Sports PhotoYogi Berra passed away Tuesday night on the 69th anniversary of his major league debut. His legacy will be his goofy quotes, but SC's Kevin Beane says he was quite a bit more than that, and quite a character. Complete Story

Sports Q&A: Super Bowl XLVIII Aftermath

Sports PhotoDid the opening coin toss decide the Super Bowl winner? Should Joe Namath handle all future Super Bowl coin tosses? Will Peyton Manning return next year? What does John Fox say? SC’s Jeffrey Boswell has the answers in Super Bowl Q&A. Complete Story

02.07.13 Sports Q&A: Super Bowl XLVII Edition By Jeffrey Boswell
05.11.12 Sports Q&A: The Truth Won’t Set You Free By Jeffrey Boswell
03.09.12 Sports Q&A: NFL is Too Bounty-licious By Jeffrey Boswell

Rule Changes? Tennis According to McEnroe

Sports PhotoJohn McEnroe is always one to voice his opinion. Earlier this year, he spoke about the rule changes he would make. SC's Luke Broadbent looks at his proposals. Complete Story

09.09.15 U.S. Open: Federer's Last Chance to Win? By Luke Broadbent
08.20.15 The Healthy State of Great Britain Tennis By Luke Broadbent
04.02.15 Novak Djokovic and Being Third By Mert Ertunga