Cowboys’ Dak Prescott says 2020 offense ‘most explosive’ version he’s been a part of, but must delete errors

The NFL season is an Olympic-style 4×400 relay and not a sprint, but if I told you there’s a team scoring an average of 29.7 points per game over their first three games, without any context whatsoever, you’d likely assume they’re 3-0 and lapping all opposition placed in front of Read more

College basketball coaching changes tracker: Wake Forest, Danny Manning part ways

College basketball’s quiet 2020 coaching carousel received a substantial jolt over the weekend when Wake Forest fired Danny Manning and launched the first major conference coaching search of this year’s cycle. Early indications are that the Demon Deacons have quality options to consider from the mid-major ranks as athletic director Read more

2020 NFL Draft: Henry Ruggs III dons bathrobe on draft night as part of rookie’s partnership with Old Spice

The first draft pick in the Las Vegas era of the Raiders, Alabama receiver Henry Ruggs III, was complimented for looking like the most comfortable prospect chosen so far when he was seen rocking a bathrobe on the couch of his home. But it wasn’t comfort that inspired the calm, Read more

How Steve Kerr drinking beer reflected a Warriors culture Kevin Durant wanted to be part of

Kevin Durant’s Golden State Warriors tenure, controversial as it was successful, has come and gone. The reasons why Durant left for the Brooklyn Nets after two championships and two NBA Finals MVPs will long be speculated, as will the initial reasons that he decided to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder Read more

Chris Richards, part of ‘new wave of American players,’ is ready for debuts with Bayern Munich and the USMNT

There is a different feel with the United States men’s national team under Gregg Berhalter. It’s a feeling of renewed hope despite some underwhelming performances, but the former Columbus Crew boss has shown he’s willing to give young players a chance to make an impact. Whether it’s helping convince Sergino Read more

World Series game on Christmas? It’s part of Scott Boras’ proposed MLB schedule for 2020 season

There are myriad reasons why Scott Boras is baseball’s most prominent agent. He represents numerous well-compensated stars; he’s a good, willing quote; and he’s always proposing tweaks. It should not come as a surprise, then, that Boras has already devised schedule options for the 2020 season, which has been delayed Read more

John Beilein, Cavaliers reportedly part ways: A timeline of the turbulence between Cleveland and head coach

John Beilein’s demanding coaching style led his college teams to 13 NCAA Tournaments and two Final Fours. However, it didn’t translate to the NBA. Beilein has parted ways with the Cleveland Cavaliers 54 games into his four-year deal with the team, leaving $12 million guaranteed, according to the Athletic’s Shams Charania. Read more