As we prevew championship week in College Football, we examine why TCU is and will finish ahead of Baylor — the only team that's beaten the Horned Frogs this season.
The Gators and Cornhuskers move forward, while the Wolverines are still in search of a "Michigan Man," even if the candidate has never been.
There’s only one week left in the college football regular season and Rivalry Weekend helped clear the playoff picture.
The Sacramento Kings have a budding superstar and are dominating NBA from foul line. But that might not be enough to make the playoffs in the West.
Russell Westbrook opened our eyes to exactly how terrible the New York Knicks appear to be this season. Listen to us grieve.
Parity is as relevant as ever in the early goings of the NHL season. While some teams have established themselves as great (Pittsburgh) and terrible (Buffalo), most fall somewhere in the middle.
Connor McDavid sits out the first week of a five-to-six week hand injury and many of the teams with the best chance at drafting him first start to win a few games. Coincidence? Yes. Totally.
Dirk Nowitzki and Kobe Bryant set records, Memphis is red hot and injuries push Miami way down.
Each of the 351 teams in College Basketball assuredly have high hopes going into the season. Here’s a look at my abbreviated predictions for the remaining College Basketball conferences.
The Horned Frogs lost head-to-head against the Bears, true. But as things stand right now, TCU is playing the best football in the country.