- Stanford's Trent Murphy traces toughness to family Updated: Dec-05-13 3:48 pm
- Ground about to be broken at Minn. Vikings stadium Updated: Dec-03-13 8:18 am
- Police ID man killed in Arrowhead Stadium lot Updated: Dec-02-13 6:07 pm
- Coley sparks Miami past Pittsburgh 41-31 Updated: Nov-29-13 7:13 pm
- Tulane turnaround has Wave eyeing C-USA title Updated: Nov-29-13 5:51 pm
- Peters has look of next standout CB for Washington Updated: Nov-27-13 2:44 pm
- Dykes confident Cal can rebound from 1-11 season Updated: Nov-25-13 8:30 pm
- Self: Give up 'home of Chiefs' during anthem Updated: Nov-25-13 3:23 pm
- Georgia's Murray facing season-ending knee surgery Updated: Nov-24-13 7:02 pm
- Rukavina annoyed stadium requires foreign ore Updated: Nov-23-13 4:55 pm
- Study: MLS earns B+ grade for diversity hiring Updated: Nov-21-13 2:40 pm
- Column: Youth football could lose the numbers game Updated: Nov-20-13 11:17 am
- News briefs from around Kentucky at 1:58 a.m. EST Updated: Nov-18-13 3:04 am
- Packers' Hall of Fame to close until April 2015 Updated: Nov-17-13 5:03 am
- Pa. students ban 'Redskins,' get sent to principal Updated: Nov-16-13 12:42 pm
- No. 5 Stanford focused on USC, not BCS standings Updated: Nov-12-13 6:10 pm
- Brenda Warner launches St. Louis coat drive Updated: Nov-12-13 5:02 am
- Concussion debate in rugby heating up Updated: Nov-08-13 3:36 am
- Dad of Gamecocks' Quarles says DT entering draft Updated: Nov-06-13 6:02 pm
- The not-so-new but expanding world of golf Updated: Nov-05-13 1:27 pm
STANFORD, California - The tough and tenacious way Trent Murphy plays football can be traced to his early years growing up just a few miles away from where the outside linebacker will take the field for Stanford against Arizona State in the Pac-12 championship game Saturday night at Sun Devil Stadium.
MINNEAPOLIS - Politicians, Vikings executives and possibly a few notable former players will be on hand at the groundbreaking ceremony for the team's new $1 billion stadium.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - It could take four to six weeks before authorities can determine how a man died after an altercation in the parking lot of Arrowhead Stadium during Kansas City's game against Denver, police said Monday.
PITTSBURGH - Stacy Coley hauled in a pair of touchdown passes and zig-zagged 73 yards on an end around for another score as Miami kept its slim hopes for a spot in the ACC title game alive with a 41-31 victory over Pittsburgh on Friday.
NEW ORLEANS - After all the long field goals Cairo Santos drilled for Tulane to earn All-America honors and the Lou Groza award as the nation's top kicker last year, something was still missing.
SEATTLE - Marcus Peters shows those flashes where it's clear he has a chance to become the next standout cornerback to come through Washington.
BERKELEY, California - Sonny Dykes was nearly 30 minutes into a news conference wrapping up his first season at California when the Golden Bears coach was asked what he could point to as a tangible sign of progress.
LAWRENCE, Kansas - Kansas coach Bill Self wants fans to quit yelling "Chiefs" at the end of the national anthem before games that the Jayhawks play at historic Allen Fieldhouse.
ATHENS, Georgia - Coach Mark Richt says the play that ended quarterback Aaron Murray's season wasn't the senior's final snap when he was flung to the ground by Kentucky defensive end Za'Darius Smith.
MINNEAPOLIS - Former state House member Tom Rukavina says he's annoyed that the new Vikings stadium requires ore from overseas.
Major League Soccer received an overall grade of B+ for its diversity hiring practices for the second straight year.
The deaths of 19 football players in a single season precipitated a national crisis in 1905, an event Doris Kearns Goodwin touches on in a new biography of president Teddy Roosevelt. There were 28 reported deaths some seven decades later, when James Michener created a stir with "Sports in America."
WASHINGTON, Illinois - Dozens of tornadoes and intense thunderstorms swept across the Midwest on Sunday, leaving at least six people dead and unleashing powerful winds that flattened entire neighborhoods, flipped over cars and uprooted trees.
GREEN BAY, Wisconsin - The Packers' Hall of Fame in Lambeau Field will be closed for over a year as part of the atrium renovation project.
PHILADELPHIA - When a high school newspaper at a suburban Philadelphia football powerhouse decided the word "Redskins" had no place in its pages, the paper's student editors found themselves called to the principal's office.
STANFORD, California - If Stanford coach David Shaw had his way, there would be an eight-team playoff this season. The champions from the six major conferences - SEC, Pac-12, ACC, Big Ten, Big 12 and the American Athletic - would automatically qualify, and there would be two at-large bids.
ST. LOUIS - Kurt Warner has been gone from St. Louis for quite a while, but the former Rams quarterback's wife is back in the Gateway City to start a coat drive for the needy.
LONDON - It's been nearly three years since Peter Robinson received the phone call every parent dreads.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - The father of South Carolina defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles says his son will leave school after his junior season to enter the NFL draft.
SHANGHAI - Consider a couple of scenes from the golf world this year, with emphasis on "world."