Alabama coach Nick Saban was asked his decision concerning the coin toss before Saturday’s game between the No. 1 Crimson Tide and No. 3 LSU, and he provided a hilarious answer.
“To be honest with you, I hope we elect to kick ass, is what I hope we do,” Saban said.
The 12th-year …
Welcome to November.
Week 10 marks the most significant weekend of the season so far, with four ranked-vs.-ranked games and plenty of others with College Football Playoff implications. Beyond that, the conference title races will continue to take shape across the country.
Will the Giants get tight end Evan Engram back this week against Atlanta? NFL Nation reporters update all the key injuries for every team.
A Saturday loss could spell CFP elimination for LSU and Michigan, but results in two key Pac-12 games just might KO the entire conference's CFP shot.
Washington coach Chris Petersen has a vote in the USA Today coaches' poll, and he conceded he spends "very little" time on it.
From rivalry games to the battles that will decide the College Football Playoff, these are the biggest contests for the nation's top teams.
True, Week 1 isn't even over, but opinions are most certainly already being formed by the playoff committee after the Pac-12, Notre Dame and Big 12 results.
A Toledo defender picks a ball off a punter's foot, Tua Tagovailoa picks up where he left off, and FAU texts alumni that the Owls beat Oklahoma.
Robert Wickens, James Hinchcliffe, Ryan Hunter-Reay, Pietro Fittipaldi and Takuma Sato were involved in the crash in the opening laps Sunday.
Tennis superstar Serena Williams says she found out her sister's killer had been released from prison minutes before her loss to Johanna Konta last month.
Alabama received 61 of 65 first-place votes in the preseason Amway Coaches Poll and is followed in the top 5 by Clemson, Ohio State, Georgia and Oklahoma.
Thomas emerged from the shadows as a support rider for teammate and four-time champion Chris Froome to become the first Welshman to win the tour.
When you think of golf, legendary players like Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Tiger Woods and Bobby Jones may come to mind. None of those legends, however, hit arguably the most fabled shot in history. That distinction belongs to a NASA astronaut.
Francesco Molinari won the British Open on Sunday, giving him his first major title after emerging from a crowded pack including Tiger Woods in a wild final round at Carnoustie.
In the debut of his new column Football Morning in America, Peter King covers:
• Aaron Rodgers ... on aging, his upcoming contract, sharks and the Dalai Lama
• Tony Romo ... on golf, broadcasting and the balance of both
• Nick Foles ... on book signings and the possibilit…
Angelique Kerber won her third career Grand Slam title, beating Serena Williams at Wimbledon to deny the seven-time champion her record-tying 24th major.
Margaret Court – who leads the all-time standings with 24 major singles titles – used to be known as “The Arm” because of her unusual physical dimensions:
American John Isner lost to Kevin Anderson in a record-setting semifinal at Wimbledon that lasted over six hours on Friday.
Roger Federer, an eight-time Wimbledon champ, had match point at 4-5 in the third set but couldn't put it away.
Oregon State didn't need any late-game heroics Thursday, breezing past Arkansas 5-0 to win the decisive game in the College World Series. It was the third national championship in baseball for the Beavers.
LeBron James will not pick up his player option with the Cavaliers and will become an unrestricted free agent, according to ESPN and multiple reports.
Outgoing Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, who has sold the team for $2.275 billion, has been fined $2.75 million by the NFL for workplace misconduct.
First up: the quarterbacks. There’s a power vacuum atop the list after five of college football’s biggest stars went in the first round of the recent NFL draft. But there’s talent waiting in the wings, including several starters who will enter this season at or near the top of most Heisman Troph…
The word of the day was carnage on Saturday at the U.S. Open as the course wreaked havoc on the field. Follow along on the final day of golf's second major of the year.