Sports

Three More Coaches Who Lied About Their History

Jason Plautz

By now, you’ve probably heard the story of Yale football coach Tom Williams, who resigned this week for lying on his resume.

A Brief History of Marbles (Including All That Marble Slang)

Rob Lammle

If you're the type of mibster that has knuckled down with a taw and shot for an aggie duck, then you already know quite a bit about mibs.

Army-Navy: Football's Greatest Rivalry

Andréa Fernandes

I spent the last 3.5 hours watching the 112th Army-Navy game.

Predict Your Kid's Athletic Future (With Science!)

Jill Harness

Parents always wonder what their kid's future will be, but when it comes to potential athletic success, DNA carries some telltale signs.

11 Reasons Athletes Change Their Names

Jason Plautz

Lakers star Ron Artest made waves this summer when he announce he was changing his name to Metta World Peace.

The Strangest Soccer Match Ever Played

Dan Lewis

Dan Lewis runs the popular daily newsletter Now I Know (“Learn Something New Every Day, By Email”).

The Grand Slam Single and Other Home Runs That Didn't Count

Jason Plautz

After Nelson Cruz’s dramatic walk-off grand slam on Monday, there’s been a lot of talk about whether or not it was really the first walk-off slam in postseason history.

5 Odd Balls

David K. Israel

Sure, you know your footballs, baseballs, tennis balls and basketballs. But what about the lesser-known balls? Let's take a closer look at some, er, odd balls now. 1. Jai Alai

Wild Wednesday

David K. Israel

Last night was one of those nights when you're thankful for the new-ish MLB TV, which allowed me to watch all three extra-inning games simultaneously.

Puzzle-Master Will Shortz on Table Tennis

Chris Higgins

I've been hearing Will Shortz on NPR for years, doing the Sunday puzzle.

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