The Oklahoma State football program is bracing for a report that accuses its players of drug abuse, sex with school hostesses and grade changes.
Brian Wilson says his beard is here to stay. The Dodgers relief pitcher, making his first appearance Thursday night in the major leagues since April 2012, was offered $1 million to shave his beard by a razor company. But the hurler said no. (Joe Skipper/Reuters)
With a 3-and-0 count to Alex Rodriguez in the second inning, Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster threw a fastball that hit the Yankees batter, prompting the benches and bullpens to empty.
Was hitting Rodriguez necessary, or just a mistake?
Major League Baseball suspended Kansas City Royals infielder Miguel Tejada 105 games after he tested positive for an amphetamine, which violates the league’s drug program.
Depressing or fascinating? A former American sports journalist who pioneered a basketball statistic now recognized by the NBA committed suicide on his 60th birthday, publishing an in-depth overview of his decision and life story online.
Senators GM Bryan Murray says Daniel Alfredsson’s version of events that led him to leave the Sens and sign with the Red Wings are untrue. http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Hockey/NHL/Ottawa/2013/08/15/21049121.html
Two members of the U.S. women’s bobsled team, Lolo Jones (pictured) and Aja Evans, were allegedly involved in a bar fight last week, a scrap that saw the stepdaughter of a former national coach take a punch.
The new boss has got the parade route already mapped out and is planning to clear some wall space for new Maple Leafs memories to be hung, too. Cocky? Arrogant? Revisionist? In some sort of fantasy dreamland?
The estranged husband of retired tennis star Martina Hingis is going public with accusations that she cheated on him twice during their marriage.
What do you think: should he have left her the first time?