47-year-old Evander Holyfield will battle 41-year-old Francois Botha in Uganda on January 16. Nothing says competitive sports like 88 years worth of boxers.
Dr. Ira Casson told a House committee that there still isn't enough scientific evidence to prove that repeated head injuries result in long term brain damage. Is this guy kidding?
Most fans dismissed Canseco as a quack when he wrote his book Juiced. Now he seems to be the pillar of truth when it comes to roids. Is this a wacky sports world or what?
Crushing news. The Daily News is reporting that Derek Jeter and Minka aren't engaged, and they won't be getting married November 5th. How can I face the rest of the day?
The Jets were the only road team to win this weekend. Improbably, they are just one win away from Super Bowl XLIV. Plenty of subplots.
Shaq becomes the 5th NBA player to reach 28,000 points. Shaq said if he didn't miss so many free throws he'd be at 30,000 by now.
Congratulations, New Jersey Nets. They have reached the halfway point of the NBA season with exactly 3 wins. They are on track for the all time futility record.
NASCAR, in an effort to bring back the sizzle, is relaxing its rules. NASCAR president Mike Helton said, "If you ain't rubbing, you ain't racing." Words to live by.
With the Vikings losing, we are immediately subjected to speculation over the future of Brett Favre. Will his career end with that costly interception?
Is every bounce going New Orleans' way? Chris Paul hit a jumper with 3.8 seconds left to give the Hornets a 98-97 win in Portland.
A Brown University study concluded that baseball outfielders catch fly balls by keeping their eye on the ball. They don't call it the Ivy League for nothing.
Another loss for the Cubbies. Andre Dawson will enter the Baseball Hall of Fame as a Montreal Expo, not a Chicago Cub, which is what he preferred.
Arizona quarterback Kurt Warner is expected to announce his retirement today. Brett Favre is expected to drag it out interminably.