Television coverage of football is changing fast, and for the better.
The XFL’s goal seems to be to build a complimentary league to the NFL, but focused more on the game and less on the million-dollar paychecks.
With some easy and reasonable tweaks, Lopez and Shakira would have been able to properly celebrate their careers while also respecting the show’s broad audience.
Jennifer Lopez can rest easy knowing the Super Bowl towers over the Oscars in terms of cultural importance.
Tebow, famous athlete and virgin, understood he wouldn’t find fulfillment in casual sex. Funny Twitter memes aside, young men can learn from his example.
New England Patriots’ tight end Benjamin Watson announced he is producing a pro-life documentary and interviewed Americans on both sides of the aisle.
Coming to terms with being a gay or bisexual person when that is viewed as shameful is a powerful obstacle, but it does not absolve someone of murder.
While I’m delighted the Packers beat the Seahawks, watching Aaron Rodgers beat Russell Wilson — not so much. You hate to see it.
The first time I saw Derrick Henry play in person, he wasn’t a red and white figure racing across the Read Full Article >
The NBA’s embrace of Chinese censorship is understandably drawing comparisons to the NFL’s debacle with Colin Kaepernick, but such comparisons are unfair because what the NBA is doing is much worse for two reasons.
New York Times’ Mark Leibovich joins the Federalist podcast to recap the start of this NFL season, and to talk some 2020 horserace.
It’s time to settle The Federalist’s football debate once and for all: The NFL can do everything college football does, but better.
The college football season is here, and I simply can’t let our readers think that David Marcus’ argument that college football is bad football represents the rest of us Federalist writers.
In response to news of Andrew Luck’s retirement, a number of fans began raining down boos upon their beloved quarterback as he trotted off the field for the last time.
Face the facts: college football is bad football, and those who think otherwise are just wrong.
Sports columnist for the Baltimore Ravens, John Eisenberg, discusses the historic small beginnings of the NFL and the future of sports media.
Only one can rock a turtleneck, win six Super Bowls, and beclown Roger Goodell with ease. And he shall have no equals.
‘He gives our team and myself unbelievable perspective, and I have yet to see David Saville have a bad day,’ Coach Swinney said.
Roger Goodell deserves a single-digit salute, not my time or money. He’s squandered the trust of NFL fans and will have to pay.
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