Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer won two national championships coaching the Florida Gators in 2006 and 2008, but he told HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” that he was depressed while coaching the Gators in 2009.
NFL scouts say Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston’s draft stock is falling, in the wake of a long list of incidents, including the most recent shocker — standing on a table on campus and yelling an obscene sexual phrase about women.
ESPN anchor Hannah Storm gave an emotional signoff on “SportsCenter,” as she questioned the NFL’s handling of the Ray Rice crisis and it’s stand on domestic violence.
“If the NFL and the Ravens had to see that video to be moved to significant action, should those who support the league demand the same?” Storm asked. “To see action? To see change before believing...
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice — who is seen on a TMZ video knocking out his fiancée and now wife, Janay Palmer, in an Atlantic City, N.J., casino elevator last February — was granted enrollment in a pretrial intervention program that was used in less than one percent of all domestic violence cases, according to 2010-2013 New Jersey Judiciary data obtained by ESPN.
Detroit Pistons' forward Greg Monroe, who pleaded guilty to impaired driving in April, “urinated on himself during the booking process,” according to a Huntington Woods, Mich., police report obtained by Michigan Live.
Huntington Woods police just released video of the Feb. 13 traffic stop and arrest. Police stopped Monroe because of a defective headlight.
TMZ has obtained shocking video from inside the elevator last February where suspended Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punched out his fiancée, Janay Palmer, who is now his wife.
This is the first time that video from inside the elevator at Revel Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City has been released to the public.
Houston Texans All-Pro defensive tackle JJ Watt told FOX Sports’ Laura Okmin that he hit the Internet in search of something to buy after signing his six-year $100 million contract last week.
He Googled, “What do rich people buy?”
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The Atlanta Hawks have released the racist email from 2012 that owner Bruce Levenson sent to team officials with his suggestions to attract “more suburban whites” to games.
Levenson is selling his controlling interest in the team after he self-reported the email.
USC athletic director Pat Haden, who is also a member of the allegedly unbiased College Football Playoff selection committee, left the press box during USC’s game against Stanford to voice his frustration with referees who gave coach Steve Sarkisian an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.
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Florida State Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Jameis Winston is the target of a university inquiry into an alleged sexual assault that occurred 21 months ago, according to The New York Times.
This is the same case, involving the same female student, that made headlines last year as Winston was being considered for the Heisman and as he led the Seminoles to a national championship.
Porn.com has removed alleged underage nude photos of Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney, who was a victim of the massive celebrity photo hacking scandal, TMZ reports.
The gymnast’s lawyers fired off a letter to the porn site saying Maroney, 18, was underage when the nude photos were taken. They ordered the site to take down the pictures. They did.
Los Angeles police are trying to determine if suspended USC cornerback Josh Shaw — who lied about saving his young nephew from drowning — was actually involved in an alleged domestic violence incident with his girlfriend.
Auburn basketball coach Bruce Pearl celebrated with students and players after his three-year NCAA show-cause penalty expired at midnight Sunday.
That ended the ban from recruiting basketball players five months after he was hired to take over the beleaguered Auburn Tigers program. He was allowed to evaluate talent.
“Free at last, free at last,” Pearl said via Al.com. “Thank...
Miami Central Senior High School football coach Roland Smith received a hate letter, containing the N-word, in advance of the team’s nationally televised game on Saturday against the Hoover (Ala.) Bucs.
The letter, which allegedly came from a Hoover Bucs fan, also said, “Take up your chicken bones and red cups on the way back to Miami after we beat your ass,” according to Al.com.
Convicted Auburn tree poisoner Harvey Updyke will not make an appearance at a charity event in Mobile, Ala., after Dee Dee Bonner, the mother of Cincinnati Bengals and former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron, and McCarron’s wife, model Katherine Webb, received death threats on social media.
The Cleveland Browns play the Pittsburgh Steelers in their first game of the regular season on Sept. 7. So, Steelers fans have decided to give Browns’ rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel the finger — the foam kind.
A Pittsburgh sports site called Benstonium posted this hysterical parody product of a “limited edition” foam middle finger on its Facebook page.
Louisville Cardinals head football coach Bobby Petrino apparently isn’t making many friends in his new job. “He’s a mean guy,” former Louisville defensive tackle Jamaine Brooks told SI.com. “He cusses you out. You’re never doing enough. He’s still Bobby F@#^ing Petrino.” Brooks left the team last spring. He missed the 2013 season with an injury. […]
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Louisville Cardinals head football coach Bobby Petrino apparently isn’t making many friends in his new job.
“He’s a mean guy,” former Louisville defensive tackle Jamaine Brooks told SI.com. “He cusses you out. You’re never doing enough. He’s still Bobby F@#^ing Petrino.”
University of Nebraska senior wide receiver Kenny Bell is poised to become the Cornhuskers’ all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards — but he ended up becoming a part-time bartender so that he could get his electricity and water turned back on in his house.
Notre Dame head football coach Brian Kelly said he’s “shocked” and “disappointed” after learning about the internal academic fraud investigation into four of his players.
“I'm disappointed, I'm saddened in a way for these young men, because they’re good kids,” Kelly said via ESPN.
Tiger Woods, who is having his worst year as a professional golfer, has withdrawn from consideration for the U.S. Ryder Cup team, to give himself more time to recover from a back injury.
Woods’ doctors and trainer say his back muscles need to be “rehabilitated and healed.”
NCAA President Mark Emmert said that his association would appeal a judge’s ruling that opens the door for college athletes to be paid.
“At least in part, we will,” Emmert told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz on “This Week.” “Again no one in our legal team, or in the college conferences’ legal teams, believes that the current rules are violations of antitrust laws and we...
NASCAR driver Tony Stewart pulled out of the NASCAR race at Watkins Glen on Sunday after hitting and killing 20-year-old sprint car driver Kevin Ward Jr., at a dirt track race at Canandaigua Motorsports Park in Canandaigua, N.Y., Saturday night.
Soccer star Alex Morgan said that FIFA, the international governing body of soccer, is using women like “guinea pigs,” by making them play their World Cup soccer matches in Canada next summer on artificial turf.
The men will play their next two World Cup tournaments on grass — and that makes Morgan furious.
Las Vegas police are searching for MMA fighter War Machine who is the prime suspect in a severe beating — and one of the victims may be his porn star girlfriend Christie Mack, TMZ reports.