The risk of brain injury weighs on participation. Sports writer Dave Sheinin says there’s logic in an eventual move to a safer game.
Streaming services changed the way people watched TV. Now they're changing the way ratings agencies like Nielsen count viewers.
The hotly anticipated canine sporting event, which runs counter to the Super Bowl, will return for its 19th year this Sunday.
Some see this as a long-overdue opportunity. But are historically Black colleges and universities being paid enough?
"Hail Mary" tells the story of the pioneering National Women’s Football League, which found it hard to compete for attention with men’s sports.
The games themselves might never be profitable, but the Prime members they draw probably will be.
Architecture firms that specialize in stadium design are being asked to make changes to help fans maintain social distancing.
Business owners in Maryville, Missouri, and Baldwin City, Kansas, say college athletics help their bottom lines.
Brands are gearing up for their Super Bowl advertising campaigns, but in the wake of Kobe Bryant’s death, some are changing their approach.
Sam Rapoport is trying to make careers in football more accessible to anybody who loves the sport.