NCAA President Mark Emmert says he's willing to back up his tough talk on punishing rule-breakers — even using the "death penalty" as a deterrent.With salacious allegations swirling around Miami's football program, and one week after Emmert joined with university presidents to discuss toughening san
South America has produced more than its share of soccer superstars. The soccer giant Real Madrid is banking on Leonel Angel Coira of Argentina to become one of them. Last week the club signed the soccer prodigy to a one-year contract.
The Chicago Bears went to training camp in Bourbonnais, Illinois to learn the plays, routes and blocks aimed to provide the foundation for their upcoming season--and soon fans could learn who will actually be on the team!
Next week, the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, will welcome its newest inductees, and among them is the man who helped turn football into an art form and the NFL into the most watched pro sports league in the nation.Theme music, images of Vince Lombardi's frozen breath as he calls out pla
The Wrigley Gum Company is moving out of the Wrigley Building. So let's take a look at the man who started it all.William Wrigley Jr. was born in Philadelphia in 1861. His family manufactured soap. When he was 30, William moved to Chicago, planning to open a branch of the business."
NFL owners have voted in favor of a tentative agreement to end the football lockout, pending player approval.Thursday's ratification came after a full day of meetings at an Atlanta-area hotel, where team executives pored over the terms of the deal.NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the ball is now