Monday Night Football turned into a bit of a showcase for Penn State football as Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys visited Saquon Barkley and the New York Giants in an NFC East battle. Parsons and the Cowboys came out on top in front of the Giants’ version of the whiteout in the Meadowlands, and Parsons put on quite the show. Parsons went into the game feeling under the weather, although he did not test positive for COVID so he was still able to take the field and make some plays on defense. The 2021 NFL defensive rookie of the year...
On top of being a legendary gymnast, Simone Biles has also appeared in the SI Swimsuit issue multiple times. Biles, who has won 25 World Championship medals and is the most decorated gymnast of all-time, made her first SI Swim appearance in 2017. She later posed for the 2019 edition.
Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows have established themselves as one of the best tag teams in wrestling today, but what if the Good Brothers decided to go their separate ways?. It wouldn't be the first time the two stars have been on their own. "Machine Gun" Anderson has had the more singles success of the two, having had incredible matches in New Japan Pro-Wrestling against the likes of Shinsuke Nakamura, AJ Styles, Tetsuya Naito, and Kazuchika Okada, to name a few. Anderson shared his thoughts about the prospect of splitting with Gallows during a recent interview with Sports Illustrated.
Louisiana State University (LSU) women’s basketball coach Kim Mulkey was asked to comment on Brittney Griner's detention in Russia, to which she abruptly declined. Mulkey, Griner's coach at Baylor University from 2009-2013, apparently had a complicated history with her star player, which came to the fore when a reporter from the Daily Advertiser asked why he hadn't seen any comments from her about Griner’s situation.
Boston returned to training camp searching for answers after Ime Udoka’s season-long suspension.
Here's a look at the betting odds ahead of the Chargers' Week 4 matchup against the Texans.
The Arena Group (AREN) , the tech-powered media company operating more than 240 brands including Sports Illustrated, TheStreet and Parade, today completed its purchase of golf publisher Morning Read from Buffalo Groupe, LLC. The acquisition continues the expansion of The Arena Group’s sports brands, focusing on in-depth coverage of the...
The Bears took a big jump in a few power rankings but by and large the win over Houston barely impacted their status and they even fell in some.
Revamped SI Golf will be a daily, must-read destination for golf enthusiasts.
The scene can be traced back to the 1990s, when open enrollment arrived in Phoenix as a hedge against charter schools
Phil Mickelson and three LIV Golf pros withdrew as plaintiffs in the antitrust lawsuit filed against the PGA Tour on Tuesday. Mickelson had been the headline plaintiff in the lawsuit when it was first filed in August. In a separate federal court filing, Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford, and Ian Poulter also withdrew as plaintiffs.
The Royals have finished the home portion of their 2022 schedule and are playing out the string. They’ve actually played well over the past week, and for the first time since 2006 they’re operating without the guidance of top executive Dayton Moore. This morning, on The Star’s weekly...
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Year 1 with Scottie Barnes defied everyone's expectations. The No. 4 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft came in and silenced his critics almost immediately. His offensive was refined, his passing was exceptional, and his defense — well — it was pretty good for a rookie. View the...
You've seen the famous photograph. Legendary coach and quarterback—the late Bill Walsh with Joe Montana—kneel on the Candlestick Stadium turf to lay out a battle plan in the latter moments of a 23-0 win over the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship Game on January 6, 1985. Photographer...
Robert Quinn pointing out how offensive linemen get away with holding probably won't even cause a ripple. It rarely does. It's dog bites man. The 12-year veteran defensive end has one sack so far and is certain he's being held regularly, but knows how the game is played in the NFL.