‘The Last Dance’ director reveals favorite Michael Jordan story that didn’t make the 10-hour documentary

ESPN’s 10-part documentary on the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls season, The Last Dance, is extremely in-depth as it details all the ins-and-outs of Michael Jordan’s final season with the Bulls while also touching on a plethora of other major moments from throughout his illustrious career. However, there’s so much lore surrounding Jordan’s rise from Read more

‘The Last Dance’ director reveals his favorite Michael Jordan story that didn’t make the 10-hour documentary

ESPN’s 10-part documentary on the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls season, The Last Dance, is extremely in-depth as it details all the ins-and-outs of Michael Jordan’s final season with the Bulls while also touching on a plethora of other major moments from throughout his illustrious career. However, there’s so much lore surrounding Jordan’s rise from Read more

FBS athletic director poll reveals optimism that 2020 college football season will be played

College football athletic directors believe college football will be played this season, it’s just a matter of when and how that season will look. According to a poll from Brett McMurphy of Stadium, 99% of Football Bowl Subdivision ADs said that football will be played in some form this season; Read more

‘The Last Dance’ director explains why Barack Obama was titled ‘former Chicago resident’ in Michael Jordan doc

Michael Jordan was arguably the most famous person in the world in the 1990s, so when ESPN set out to make a documentary about his career, they were naturally able to get interviews with almost anybody that they asked. Through two episodes of “The Last Dance” that included two former presidents Read more

NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr on neutral-site games: ‘we haven’t had those discussions yet’

As the NHL and its union look to resume play following the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the options they’re considering is holding the Stanley Cup Playoffs in neutral sites to contain the spread of the virus. But, according to ESPN, those discussions haven’t gone far.  “Other than the general understanding Read more

Notre Dame athletic director opposes possibility of college football games played with no fans

The cancellation of spring practice, suspension of football-related activities and uncertainty surrounding the 2020 college football season due to the COVID-19 pandemic have caused administrators to think outside the box when discussing how to proceed when things crank back up. One of the most widely-discussed options — not just in Read more

Coronavirus: Paolo Maldini, AC Milan legend and current technical director, tests positive for COVID-19

As the coronavirus continues to hit Italy at an alarming rate, another prominent figure of the sport in the country has tested positive. AC Milan technical director and legend Paolo Maldini revealed that he and his son Daniel Maldini have tested positive for COVID-19. AC Milan announced the diagnosis on Saturday Read more

Indiana promotes Scott Dolson to athletic director, replacing the retiring Fred Glass

Indiana basketball coach Archie Miller has a new boss, and it’s someone who knows the the Hoosiers basketball program quite well as the school announced the promotion of Scott Dolson to athletic director on Tuesday to replace the retiring Fred Glass. Dolson has been Indiana’s deputy athletics director since 2009 Read more

USC athletic director Mike Bohn clarifies stance on Trojans’ future in the Pac-12 conference

USC athletic director Mike Bohn attempted to clarify Thursday his assertion that “everything is on the table” in terms of the Trojans’ future conference affiliation. “It was not malicious,” Bohn told CBS Sports referring to comments made on a USC 247Sports podcast.  When asked by USCFootball.com’s Ryan Abraham this week Read more