The first half of the New York Jets’ seventh game of the season this past Sunday, facing their division rival, the Buffalo Bills, leaders of the NFC East at 5-2, started off much differently than their first six.
The Los Angeles Dodgers and Clayton Kershaw are World Series champions.
The quarterback position on NFL and college teams equates to being a movie’s leading man.
Last week marked the season premiere of “Battle of the Blades” (“BOTB”), a Canadian competition show that pairs figure skaters with hockey players.
After each mounting loss for the Giants, who are 1-6 heading into Monday night’s nationally televised matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at MetLife Stadium, the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel looks more like a dim flicker.
While NCAA Division I women’s basketball has a start date of Nov. 25 and most teams have been practicing since August, the Ivy League has not yet committed to playing this season.
As have most events this year, the Black Women in Sport Foundation held its annual honors award event virtually.
The pomp and circumstance surrounding Deion Sanders’ introduction as Jackson State’s new head football coach last month was as celebratory as the annual homecoming weekend at the HBCU.
Cool Papa Bell, Willie Mays, Hank Aaron and Ken Griffey. All are considered among the best outfielders to ever play baseball.
One of the prevailing questions discussed over the past several weeks on social media and group chats was, “Which New York football team would win a regular season game first, the Jets or the Giants?”
Put this writer in the category of skeptic proven wrong.
It took six games for the Giants’ Joe Judge to experience his first win as an NFL head coach.
Last season, Stony Brook University women’s basketball had the hardwood pulled out from under them when the America East conference tournament, which the Seawolves were hosting, was cancelled before the semi-final game.
The mood was festive and reflective as people joined in via Zoom from all over the country Oct. 18 to celebrate St. John’s University’s eighth annual Olympic Day.
As a sports town, New York has taken a back seat to seemingly most everywhere else. With only one win between both the Jets and Giants so far this season, and no parade for the Yankees since 2009, the city ...