Since the day Kliff Kingsbury was named head coach of the Cardinals, we've wondered what his college offense would look like in the NFL. Kingsbury has been vague in describing it, which is understandable
It used to be that health insurance, paid time off and perhaps a 401(k) retirement plan were enough to keep most workers engaged and happy. But as millennials and other young adults increasingly dominate
Cole Martin has yet to take a high school class, but colleges, digging deeper more than ever for talent, have found him. The incoming Chandler (Arizona) Hamilton freshman cornerback already has two Division
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The University of Wisconsin says the wife and daughter of men's basketball assistant coach Howard Moore were killed in a Michigan automobile accident. Wisconsin's athletic department Moore's
Donovan McNabb must have never learned the lesson about not comparing yourself to anyone else in hopes of getting what you want. The former Philadelphia Eagles star was on "TMZ Sports" and said he believed
In a capitalist economy, like that of the United States, some level of income inequality is to be expected. In recent years, however, the increasing consolidation of wealth in the hands of a few has gone
The St. Louis Blues are back in the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in 49 years, and the way they got there was impressive. The Blues were last in the NHL on Jan. 2 and quickly worked their way into
Trump's Japan trip: Sumo match, hibachi dinner, playing down North Korea's firing of 'small weapons'
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump played down North Korea’s launch of short-range missiles during a trip to Japan that included a visit Sunday to a sumo wrestling tournament and dinner with Prime Minister
Danica Patrick feels like she's at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for an encore. After a seven-season break from racing in the IndyCar Series, she returned to her racing roots for the 2018 Indianapolis 500
It seemed to be a matter of time before Abby Wambach would be inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Julie Foundy, who played with Wambach on the women's national team and a Hall of Fame member,
Janet Guthrie changed motor sports when, in 1977, she became the first woman to qualify for and compete in the Indianapolis 500 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And, in fact, that same year, she was also
WASHINGTON –The divisive issue of abortion is not only widening the gulf between Democrats and Republicans, it’s also sowing division within the parties. Republicans are split over whether laws restricting
From attending a community college before public university to living with my wife in a stunning tree house that I built from salvaged materials to driving my 15-year-old Volvo— I’ve always avoided expensive
It’s race day at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and we've got all the information you need to get ready for Sunday night’s Coca-Cola 600, the 13th race in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series: START TIME: p.m.
When you’ve been living on a college budget, the first real paychecks from your post-graduation job can feel like more money than you know what to do with. Here’s how to spend, save and invest that income
A tornado killed at least two people, destroyed a motel and devastated a mobile home park in the Oklahoma City suburb of El Reno overnight as severe weather continued to threaten the nation's middle section
At 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 14, 2018, my life changed when my baby boy entered this world. Lying on the operating table with my husband standing beside me, I gripped his hands tightly the moment Jesse was pulled
TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors walked off the court after losing Game 2 to the Milwaukee Bucks by 22 points knowing something had to change. "We just weren't quite physical enough," coach Nick Nurse said.
AUBURN — Rod Bramblett, the radio voice of the Auburn Tigers, and his wife, Paula, died late Saturday night from injuries suffered in a serious car accident at around 6 p.m. CT, Auburn spokesman Kirk confirmed.
It’s race day at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and we've got all the information you need to get ready for Sunday's 103rd running of the Indy 500: START TIME: 12 p.m. ET. GREEN FLAG: 12:45 p.m. ET. Matt