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As Orlando Antigua scans his computer screen, the stark contrast in the national perception of Kentucky’s basketball program makes him shake his head.
Dynasty. Cheaters. Legends. Buying championships.
For the past few years it’s been well documented that whenever Will Ferrell stars in a movie, it’s either a direct hit or a Dwight Howard free throw kind of miss. If he’s not killing it with movies like “The Other Guys
Editor’s note: It’s Monday, which means it’s go time around these parts. We rounded up the best of the best from our roster (Brandon Scott, Nubyjas Wilborn, J.C. Gamble, Maurice Bobb and editor Khalid Salaam) to talk about S
(Editor's note: When Stern took over in 1984, the league was just coming off the '"too black" '70s era. He rode the Bi
Editor’s note: It’s Monday, which means it’s rock and roll time. We rounded up the best of the best from our roster (Brandon Scott, Nubyjas Wilborn, J.R. Gamble, Vinnie Goodwill and newcomer Maurice Bobb) to talk about Sunda
(Editor's note: In light of Ray Lewis' storybook ending to a legendary career, we a re re-running this column from TSL editor-in-chief Vince Thomas that was written days after Lewis' injury.)<
Today, Peyton Manning stuns the Chargers, Ivan Johnson breaks a backboard, the Nets open their season in BK, Obama weighs in on Minaj vs. Carey as he preps for his debate, footb
Reality is often trumped by possibility.
Never has this been more evident in sports than with Lane Kiffin, college football's perennial harbinger of youth and future prosperity. It is Kiffin who has been handed much
If it doesn't yet feel like Groundhog Day, it's because you're vulnerable – we all are.
We are all victims of our own self-perpetuating belief in the possible, even if those possibilities do not exist. We don't get