Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield is open to tangling with Mike Tyson in a trilogy fight for charity, provided the latter asks for the bout.
From a marathon to a sprint. From NASCAR's longest race to the shortest ever at Charlotte Motor Speedway's 1.5-mile oval. From four 100-lap stages to three stages of 55, 60 and 93 laps, respectively.
Georgetown men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing is recovering at home and "getting better" in his battle with the coronavirus, his son said Monday.
Jimmie Johnson's No. 48 Chevrolet was disqualified following a post-race inspection, relegating him to last place instead of a second-place finish at the Coca-Cola 600 on Sunday.
Tennessee Tech football is mourning the loss of one of its newest additions to the coaching staff as assistant coach Gerald Howse passed away. He was 28.
The NHL and NHL Players' Association are targeting a date in early June for their transition to Phase 2 of their return to play initiative in a memo distributed to all teams and players late Sunday.
Former Woodland pitcher Mallie Brown’s first season at the University of South Carolina-Upstate went well before the coronavirus ended play.
Brad Keselowski took advantage of a late restart and held the top spot for the final two laps in NASCAR's version of overtime, winning the Coca-Cola 600 that began Sunday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.
Locust Grove graduate Meagan Pildner’s first college softball season was a success, even though it ended early because of the coronavirus.
After a decorated freshman season of college softball, Emily Coltharp was on the way to an even better one when the coronavirus pandemic canceled play.
Tiger Woods was in mid-sentence discussing how he couldn't imagine getting out on an NFL football field. Then he stopped and looked to his right.
Michigan won't play football -- or any sport -- in 2020 unless students are on campus this fall, university president Mark Schlissel told The Wall Street Journal.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared Sunday that professional sports teams in his state can return to their training facilities after a pause of more than two months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Enshrinement ceremonies at the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame are set for Aug. 29, but they could be rescheduled amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Driver Kyle Larson won the World of Outlaws Sprint Car race in Pevely, Mo., on Saturday night, his first win since NASCAR suspended him for using a racial slur during a virtual race in April.
Legendary Oklahoma State coach and recently named Hall of Famer Eddie Sutton died Saturday night at his home in South Tulsa, Okla. He was 84.
Free agent running back Devonta Freeman is willing to sit out the 2020 season if he doesn't get the right offer, NFL Network's Michael Silver reported.
Texas Tech guard Davide Moretti is leaving the school to play professionally in his home country of Italy, according to multiple reports on Saturday.
The owner of the Double-A Pensacola Blue Wahoos has listed his stadium on Airbnb as a destination spot for travelers who would like to carouse in a professional baseball stadium and sleep in a clubhouse.
At least four teams are asking the NBA to have players travel directly to the league's proposed "campus" site to resume training rather than having them first come to the clubs' home cities, ESPN reported Friday.
The Seattle Seahawks and running back Carlos Hyde reached an agreement on a one-year deal worth $4 million, the NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport reported Friday.
The executive board of the NHL Players' Association is expected to approve a playoff format featuring 24 teams in a conference-based setup, TSN's Bob McKenzie reported on Friday.
Following a tedious, seven-week break from soccer, Atlanta United reopened practice facilities for individual, voluntary workouts earlier this month. Since then, players have attempted to make up for the preparation time they missed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Southeastern Conference programs are clear to host voluntary workouts with student-athletes present on campus starting June 8.
Andy Landers, who led the Georgia Bulldogs women's basketball program to national prominence in 36 years as head coach, will be inducted into the Greater Knoxville (Tenn.) Sports Hall of Fame, it was announced on Friday.
Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie continues to embrace his news-making skills on social media, sharing that the NBA season will resume in July at a "bubble location."
Landing Tom Brady was a monumental success borne of an even more substantial mission executed by general manager Jason Licht and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Georgetown men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing announced Friday that he was admitted to a Washington, D.C.-area hospital after testing positive for the coronavirus.
With the beating and the banging in the final 10 laps that probably had the fans at home on their feet, an emotional Chase Briscoe battled Kyle Busch to the line Thursday to capture the win in the Toyota 200 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series' first race back since the COVID-19 pandemic brought sports to a halt.
Count Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley among the college football principals who believe June 1 is too soon for players to return to campus.
Everson Griffen will wait to sign with a new team until after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, allowing him to meet coaches and decision-makers in person, The Athletic reported on Thursday.
Houston Astros shortstop Carlos Correa knows the energy of attending a live UFC event, but he's pining to get a little bit closer to the action.