Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim Facing Lawsuit In Fatal Crash
Syracuse men’s basketball coach Jim Boeheim is being sued over a fatal accident he was involved in nearly two years ago.
Whitey Ford, 91, Pitcher Who Epitomized Mighty Yankees, Dies
The great New York Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford has died.
Yanks Optimistic Judge, Paxton, Hicks, Stanton Healthy
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is optimistic right fielder Aaron Judge, left-hander James Paxton, center fielder Aaron Hicks and designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton will be ready to play in the time for New York’s rescheduled opene
Hughes Scores 25, Syracuse Blows Out Pittsburgh 72-49
Elijah Hughes scored 25 points, Joe Girard III added 16 and Bourama Sibide chipped in 13 points and 10 rebounds as Syracuse smothered Pittsburgh 72-49.
1980 Lake Placid Olympics Still Resonate Four Decades Later
Lake Placid is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Winter Olympics.
Giants Eli Manning Retires After 16 Seasons, 2 Super Bowls
Two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning has officially retired.
Allen’s Fourth-Quarter TD Clinches Playoff Spot for Bills
Buffalo trailed 10-7, but scored on two possessions in the fourth quarter, as Allen rallied the Bills for a comeback win for the fifth time this season.
Cousins, Thielen Lead Vikings in Dominant Win Over Giants
Kirk Cousins threw two touchdowns to Adam Thielen, Dalvin Cook ran for 132 yards and the Vikings made life miserable for Daniel Jones and the New York Giants in every way possible in a 28-10 victory Sunday.
Jones, Defense Lead Giants over Winless Redskins, 24-3
Daniel Jones provided the spark and the New York Giants are feeding off it on what they hope is the path back to the playoff hunt.
Yankees Pitcher Germán’s Leave Extended Through World Series
Yankees pitcher Domingo Germán's administrative leave under Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy has been extended through the World Series.