One For the Ages

Sports PhotoIt was a phenomenal tournament, capped off with a final that none will soon forget. Hours after the incredible finale, SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a look at one of the best NCAA tournaments to date. Complete Story

03.28.16 Syracuse and the Paradox of Paradoxes By Ross Lancaster
03.21.16 Someone Need Saving? By Jonathan Lowe
03.17.16 Brackets & Breakdowns By Jeffrey Boswell

The Fall of the Mad Hatter

Sports PhotoLes Miles becomes the first coaching casualty of the 2016 college football season, and SC’s Jean Neuberger takes a look back on the chaos in Baton Rouge. Complete Story

09.19.16 Red-Lit For Success By Jonathan Lowe
09.12.16 Can Houston Break the Glass Ceiling? By Ross Lancaster
09.02.16 2016 College Football Predictions By Jean Neuberger

Foul Territory: Balls and Ballers

Sports PhotoThe Cavaliers survive Draymond Green’s nut shots to win the NBA title, while the U.S. soccer team obviously has some “groin” to do. The 76ers select Ben Simmons, and is Major League Baseball coming to Vegas? Complete Story

05.26.16 Foul Territory: Draymond Green Edition By Jeffrey Boswell
07.10.15 Foul Territory: Fingers in the Air By Jeffrey Boswell
06.29.15 Foul Territory: A Bunch of Fools By Jeffrey Boswell

The Masters: 2016 Preview

Sports PhotoThe first golf major of the year is just around the corner, with The Masters looming large on the horizon. With Jordan Spieth hoping to defend his win last year, let’s take a look at the main contenders and some dangerous outsiders to look out for. Complete Story

12.30.15 Why the LPGA Deserves Better By Marc James
09.22.15 A Three-Way Battle For Golf Supremacy By Marc James
08.15.14 McIlroy, Woods, Nicklaus: Major Debate By Jeffrey Boswell

He Knew Baseball Was Supposed to Be Fun

Sports PhotoSC’s Jeff Kallman says the legacy of Jose Fernandez, killed in an accident Sunday, is that baseball and those who play it can’t afford to take themselves too seriously. Complete Story

Why NBA Owners and Adam Silver Secretly Love Super Teams

Sports PhotoNBA Commissioner Adam Silver says he needs to “fix” the NBA in light of all the super teams that have been built over the last 10 years. In reality, though, super teams are good for business. Learn why. Complete Story

07.19.16 Why the Warriors Might Not Win in 2017 By Ross Lancaster
07.12.16 No More Scheme Teams By Brad Oremland
07.11.16 Why Durant Signed With the Warriors By Louie Centanni

NFL Weekly Predictions: Week 4

Sports PhotoThe Colts and Jags battle in London, while the 1-2 Panthers look to rebound in Atlanta. John Harbaugh has his finger, on the pulse of the Ravens, and Bill Belichick announces his Week 5 starter at quarterback. Complete Story

09.27.16 2016 NFL Week 3 Power Rankings By Brad Oremland
09.22.16 NFL Weekly Predictions: Week 3 By Jeffrey Boswell
09.20.16 2016 NFL Week 2 Power Rankings By Brad Oremland

Jaromir Jagr’s Longevity, Greatness Are Defying Time

Sports PhotoSC’s Louie Centanni takes a moment to reflect upon the greatness and longevity of Jaromir Jagr, who just took over third place on the NHL’s all-time scoring list. Complete Story

NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 28

Sports PhotoKevin Harvick took the lead with five laps to go at New Hampshire and cruised to the win. Up next is Dover, after which four drivers will be eliminated from the Chase For the Cup. Check out SC’s rankings! Complete Story

09.21.16 NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 27 By Jeffrey Boswell
09.14.16 NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 26 By Jeffrey Boswell
09.07.16 NASCAR Top 10 Power Rankings: Week 25 By Jeffrey Boswell

Peterson’s Sports Bar Walkthrough: Why it’s No Big Deal

Sports PhotoA lot of people were appalled that star back Adrian Peterson, on top of being injured, had to get walked through a high-end sports bar to have his injury looked at. But this is really no big deal, and if it is to you, other things should be an even bigger deal. Complete Story

09.09.16 Around the Sports Twitterverse By Kevin Beane
08.25.16 An Ode to Eastern Michigan By Kevin Beane
08.11.16 Liveblogging the Olympics By Kevin Beane

Super Bowl 50 Aftermath

Sports PhotoSuper Bowl 50 is in the books, and SC’s Jeffrey Boswell takes a look back at Super Bowl Sunday’s contest. Is Peyton Manning done? What were the best commercials? And can Cam Newton recover from defeat better than he recovers a fumble? Complete Story

02.06.14 Sports Q&A: Super Bowl XLVIII Aftermath By Jeffrey Boswell
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

Previewing Tennis at the Rio Olympics

Sports PhotoMore tennis players have withdrawn from next week’s Rio Olympics, while Spain’s flag-bearer, Rafael Nadal, may not play singles at Rio 2016. A gold medallist in singles at Beijing 2008, world No. 4 Rafael Nadal has been battling a wrist injury. Complete Story