How Ray Halbritter’s rise helped the fight against Native American mascots in sportstheundefeated.com · 8 min
What’s next for the Change the Mascot movement?
What’s next for the Change the Mascot movement?
Since 1973, a groundbreaking organization has gathered thousands of Black snow-sports enthusiasts for a week of on-mountain revelry. But the event has always had a more serious mission, too: changing perceptions about who belongs on the slopes.
It brought joy — and revenue. But the full cost will never be tallied.
We gathered eight legends from every corner of automotive history at Lime Rock Park to settle it: What's the greatest sports car ever made?
Where will James Harden land? Who presents the biggest threat to the Lakers? And which teams and players are we most excited to watch?
Whatever America’s central problem is, football is probably the best metaphor for it. That’s true no matter which level of football you’re looking at. 1.
Forget Notre Dame and Texas A&M. The fourth and final playoff spot should have gone to Cincinnati. The committee’s complete dismissal of the Bearcats defies football logic—and reveals how far this system will go to ensure the same old outcome.
There are 13 people on the College Football Playoff selection committee, and each week their chairman tells a national television audience how much football they’ve been watching.
Twenty-nine baseball teams had the opportunity to acquire one of the best pitchers in the world for little more than a handful of lottery tickets, and only one jumped at it.
The Alabama Crimson Tide screamed past Ohio State in Monday’s national title game, 52-24. The Buckeyes, fellow blueblood titans and the only team with enough raw talent to even theoretically slow down Bama’s offense, gave up 621 yards.
Texas firing Tom Herman is the latest example that the football beast must be fed ever-increasing amounts, even when college athletics is navigating a financial crisis.
The Browns will be without head coach Kevin Stefanski and several other coaches and players after a series of positive COVID-19 tests In the summer of 2019, the Browns were the most hyped team in football, landing on the preseason covers of Sports Illustrated and ESPN the Magazine and garnering an e
It's time for the dumbest preseason tradition: Our ninth annual League Pass Rankings! These are not power rankings! They are watchability scores derived from an ancient formula that revealed itself to Bill Simmons when he played one Pearl Jam album backward.
This was the 37th NFL regular season I’ve covered. It was the weirdest, of course, and not a single other one was close for second place.
At half-time of the national college football semifinal between Clemson and Ohio State, OSU coach Ryan Day said something that encapsulated everything wrong with the 2020 college football season, though it had nothing whatsoever to do with Covid-19.
The Fighting Irish keep getting invited to college football’s most important and prestigious postseason games. They keep losing—by a lot. College football is a sport of regeneration.
We're back with the first batch of 10 NBA things for the 2020-21 NBA season.
When Dallas coach Mike McCarthy boarded the Cowboys’ charter flight at BWI Airport outside of Baltimore early on the morning of Wednesday, Dec. 9, he tried to get his mind right for the short week ahead.
College football has lacked drama in recent years, at least in the national-championship picture. Clemson has won five straight titles in the ACC. Ohio State has won three straight in the Big Ten. Oklahoma is a five-time reigning champion in the Big 12.
Aaron Rodgers strengthens his MVP candidacy, while Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have another close call. Plus: Cheers for Alvin Kamara in fantasy football, and jeers for the Texans’ team-building strategy.
In the end, the Houston Rockets didn't get the blue-chip young player they boasted they would receive in return for James Harden -- the second-greatest player in franchise history, behind only Hakeem Olajuwon, and one of the league's all-time best scorers.
A couple weeks ago, after practice, the two longest-tenured Buffalo Bills sat in the locker room, suitably spaced out, discussing what seemed impossible.
It's time for one NBA preseason tradition: My six most intriguing players of the season, only there are five here. Blame the supercompressed offseason. As always, we steer away from rookies and sophomores.
It's time for another preseason tradition: breaking 30 NBA teams into tiers. Grouping teams -- as opposed to 1-30 power rankings -- nudges you to consider the league holistically.
CLYDE SUKEFORTH IS SMILING. He's holding a Brooklyn Dodgers cap in one hand and pointing to the sky with the other. He's one of the characters in the Norman Rockwell painting "Tough Call," although you can barely see him poking out behind the three umpires at home.