Lindsey Vonn seems to be hopping on the tired trend of celebrities renouncing ties to President Trump instead of focusing on creating, expressing, or performing their talents.
I’m skeptical of the focus on (mostly European) developmental structures as the cure-all for America’s soccer woes, at least in the short term.
Sports journalist Britt McHenry discusses the struggles of the NFL and our fractured sports media environment on Federalist Radio.
Yes, it’s just another battle with the commissioner, but battle is how the war is won.
For decades, demographic studies have indicated the steady decline of religion in America, but new measures suggest at least one religion in America is alive and well.
The city best-suited for another MLB team is rarely mentioned despite all the demographic, economic, and historical arguments in its favor. Baseball should put a third team in New York.
While politicization does explain some tuning out, a better way to understand the NFL’s problem is that politics are only a challenge when the product isn’t good enough to withstand its injection.
On this episode of Federalist Radio, Josh Kraushaar, National Journal politics editor, discusses the future of ESPN, the NFL, and sports fans.
Three wins in four while playing the style of soccer that many American fans wish the senior team could. It’s enough to give hope to even the most cynical fans.
Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance arguing NFL owners colluded among themselves and with President Trump to keep him unemployed.
Colin Kaepernick and his supporters may not realize it, but their ideas originate in a nineteenth-century German who interpreted the world as a struggle between oppressors and oppressed.
Pence and Trump didn’t start the battle over the national anthem. But they may have just won the biggest current-day culture war in sports.
I saw the U.S. Men’s National Team walking for the nth time in a match they only needed to draw.
In a statement to team owners today, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will discuss at its meeting next week the controversy over players refusing to stand during the national anthem at games.
Let’s set the record straight: fantasy football is an excellent game, makes you a better fan of football, and is something anyone can enjoy.
Vice President Mike Pence attended the Indianapolis Colts hosting the San Francisco 49ers game Sunday. After the national anthem, Pence left. Cue Twitter mobs.
These men risk life and limb for our entertainment every autumn, and reducing them to numbers is simply wrong. The passion and grit are what make football great, not the stats.
With all the football brouhaha, how can a viewer return to sports as an escape from politics and come together with others he doesn’t normally agree with? Game Pass.
The NFL has yet to address the one issue that could be its downfall: The brain repeatedly striking the skull, every play of every game and practice
The baseball season tests and exposes teams over the long haul rather than isolated, random stints. That’s what makes this week’s single-elimination wild card play-in games so improper.
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