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Analysis: NFL gets schedule right from the outset

As the schedule stands now, though, the NFL has scored a lot of touchdowns.

Column: College football survives 1st week of player pay

The end of college football as we know it didn’t come either.

The long journey leads to an Olympic record for Felix

No wonder Allyson Felix came to these, her last Olympics, with little fear of losing.

The US women will no doubt look different after the Olympics

The Olympics may be the last major soccer tournament for some of the biggest stars on the U.S. women’s national team.

G League Ignite’s first wave nets trio of NBA draft picks

Three teenagers will soon find out how well their preps-to-pros path.

Only Tokyo could pull off these Games? Not everyone agrees

There’s a widespread perception that it couldn’t happen in a better place than Japan.

Tokyo Games boast equal gender participation for first time

Women from niche sports are being recognized and given an Olympics chance.

Olympics finally to start, 1 year later and far from Tokyo

The Games of the 32nd Olympiad were to have started last July 22 but were pushed back by the coronavirus pandemic.

In the 2021 playoffs, the NBA’s class of 2018 is showing up

Those drafted in 2018 had combined for 21 games of at least 20 points in these playoffs.

Lawrence says Tebow is “a guy you want to be around”

Trevor Lawrence is excited to have Tim Tebow as a teammate.

Florida Teen twins 1st to sign in pro hoops prep league

Brothers Matt and Ryan Bewley signed with Overtime Elite, skipping college basketball.

Those who win the NBA play-in games will love them

Fans are going to embrace it and the ratings will be big since the games will all absolutely matter.

SEC dominates NFL draft the way it manhandles college teams

For sure, the Southeastern Conference is the place to be for college football players.

Dodgers have chance for baseball greatness

The 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers could become the most exceptional team in baseball history.

MLB’s 2020 rookies debut all over again with fans in stands

Business isn’t quite as usual but teams have begun allowing limited fan access.

To pay or not pay college athletes is not the issue

We should’ve moved on from the issue of whether to pay or not to pay at least some college athletes.

Woods deserves privacy, but public has right to know

Privacy isn’t just the name of the yacht that Woods anchors in Florida. It’s his philosophy.

Jaguars poised to spend big, rebuild quickly in free agency

Free agency feels a lot like recruiting to new Jaguars coach Urban Meyer.

A feel-good start to a feel-good baseball season

Hope may always spring eternal, but this spring we’ve got a lot more to hope for.

Tiger Woods survives but his career might not

The sheared-off front of the wrecked SUV told part of the story, and the officers on the scene filled in the rest. Tiger Woods...

Tom Brady remains great in a season like no other

Did anyone outside of Kansas City doubt that this would be the way it would turn out?

Brady joins Robertson, Robinson in exclusive club

Tom Brady knew exactly how it felt when a superstar changed teams.

Analysis: Kobe’s presence remains strong, legacy growing

If there was any doubt about what kind of legacy Bryant left, he still resonates, maybe more than ever.

Greatness defined, as Brady makes 10th Super Bowl

Brady threw interceptions on three straight second half possessions and yet still found a way to win.

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