There is a reason some leagues use a 10-run 'mercy rule,' and this is it. Licking Heights High School of Pataskala, Ohio beat Harvest Prep of Winchester, Ohio, 65-0, earlier this month. The game was called after Licking Heights plated a jaw-dropping 31 runs in the third inning. Ohio state rules don't allow the 10-run rule to be used until the
After playing for the New England Patriots from 2000 to 2004, guard Joe Andruzzi was already loved in Boston, but now he's a certified hero. After yesterday's deadly explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, Andruzzi, who was at the scene as an observer hosting an event for his cancer foundation, left no doubt that he's an even larger star off the field than he was on it
Even if you're not heading to the movies on Monday or Tuesday, you'll be seeing "42" if you're a Major League Baseball fan. All players and on-field personnel will once again don the No. 42 in honor of Jackie Robinson Day
Adam Scott birdied the second playoff hole to beat Angel Cabrera and win the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia on Sunday. In winning his first-ever major, Scott became the first Australian ever to win the Masters
Before, during and after Kyle Busch won Saturday's National Rifle Association 500 in Fort Worth, Tex., there was debate around the organization's sponsorship of the Sprint Cup event. Some critics felt that the NRA's sponsorship of the race brought the ongoing debate on gun control into the sports world
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night
In a move that could give football fans unprecedented access — and nightmares of watching 300-pound men get undressed — the NFL will require all of its teams to install cameras in home locker rooms for the 2013 season.
Rutgers men's basketball coach Mike Rice made physical contact with, threw basketballs toward, and screamed obscenities and homophobic slurs at his players in practice video obtained and aired by ESPN's 'Outside The Lines' on Tuesday. (View clips of the video above.) Rutgers' athletic director Tim Pernetti suspended Rice earlier this season after viewing the video in December, but Rice's actions a
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