What's the Purpose of the Dots on a Basketball?

Margaret Hoffman

Dean Smith Included Every Player He Coached At UNC In His Will

Alvin Ward

How the NCAA Made Robert Parish Disappear

Ethan Trex

Parish had a monster college career, but according to the NCAA, the games he played in never took place.

Kicking It Old School: Kickball Rules From the 1920s

Adam Raymond

If you like kickball but hate the baseball-style rules, why not play like they did in the 1920s?

The Most Used Words in Men’s vs. Women’s Basketball Coverage

Nicholas Subtirelu

The Stories Behind the 68 March Madness Mascots

Roger Cormier

Because they can't all be Wildcats.

15 Athletes Whose Numbers Were Unretired

Mark Mancini

Strike: The Greatest Bowling Story Ever Told

Chris Higgins

Explaining the Magic Yellow First-Down Line

Ethan Trex

If you attend a Super Bowl party on Sunday, you’ll probably hear at least one casual football viewer ask, “How do they get that yellow first-down line on the field?” While “magic” is a fine answer in

21 Super Facts About the Seattle Seahawks

Mark Mancini