PARIS - The French-speaking voice booming through loudspeakers at Court Philippe Chatrier recited Roger Federer's bona fides during prematch introductions, detailing his six titles at Wimbledon, five at the U.S. Open, four at the Australian Open and then, reaching a crescendo, concluded this way:
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court rejected the National Football League's request for broad antitrust law protection Monday, saying that it must be considered 32 separate teams - not one big business - when selling branded items like jerseys and caps.
PARIS - Serena and Venus Williams are the French Open's two top-seeded women, and if it seems as though it's been awhile since that was the case at a Grand Slam tournament, that's because it has.
IRVING, Texas - Jordan Spieth finally felt like a kid teeing it up against the big boys on the PGA Tour.
IRVING, Texas - Jordan Spieth did something Tiger Woods couldn't do. And his pal Tony Romo showed up to watch.
IRVING, Texas - Golf fans of all ages, the Byron Nelson Championship has something for you this weekend.
NEW YORK - When life in the fast lane ends for NFL players, they're not always sure which direction to head.
With the cycling season kicking into high gear, the strongest doping allegations yet against Lance Armstrong surfaced Thursday in a barrage of detailed messages from Floyd Landis, the disgraced rider and former teammate who finally confessed to years of cheating himself.
IRVING, Texas - Jason Day' s stomach was acting up while he was on the driving range Thursday morning, an angry reaction to antibiotics that are supposed to wipe out a lingering, often-misdiagnosed sinus infection.
IRVING, Texas - The Byron Nelson Championship ain't what it used to be.
SECAUCUS, N.J. - With a lucky charm from the franchise's best days, the Washington Wizards won the NBA's draft lottery Tuesday night.
PRINCETON, N.J. - Prove it.
CHICAGO - Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez understands the public would like some answers about Big Ten expansion. Just don't ask him.
BALTIMORE - Change in jockeys, change in fortune.
SAN ANTONIO - Jimmy Walker and James Nitties got on a roll, former Georgia Southern Eagle Aron Price birdied 18 to pull within a stroke of the lead and the soaked Texas Open course dried out.
I have cheered for Georgia Southern since first setting foot on campus in the fall of 2003 and my Eagle fandom has only grown - neutral ...
Grab a cup of coffee and spend some time re-living the Georgia Southern Eagles sweeping the Sun Belt Conference through the eyes of Herald Staff ...