7:00 AM ET Dave Wilson Close ESPN Staff Writer Dave Wilson is an editor for ESPN.com since 2010. He previously worked at The Dallas Morning News, San Diego Union-Tribune and Las Vegas Sun. Harry Lyles Jr. It’s only Week 2 and we’re already making history. What we’ve got here is the greatest Cy-Hawk battle of
8:00 AM ET The UFC is down to 13 live events remaining in 2021 (not including Dana White’s Contender Series). As of now, the schedule consists of one more trip to Fight Island for UFC 267, the promotion’s first visit to New York since 2019 and a consistent lineup of events in Las Vegas to
6:19 PM ET COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — On an induction day that seemed for months would never come, New York Yankees great Derek Jeter went into the Hall of Fame on Wednesday with three others in front of a crowd dominated by Yankee colors, logos and Jeter’s signature uniform No. 2. “It’s been a hell of
2:01 PM ET Steve Stricker called himself old school. He is, after all, a big part of the U.S. Ryder Cup effort over the past decade. Davis Love III, Jim Furyk, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Stricker have been a constant in just about all of the U.S. team competitions for the better part of
8:30 AM ET This space is my annual opportunity for a call to action to end the separation of fantasy hockey forward positions. Too long have centers, left wingers and right wingers been confined to their own slots on rosters. The NHL coaching staff is wise enough to look past any labels that come with
10:04 AM ET NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Christian Pulisic looked tired. Disappointed. Frustrated. His shoulders were bowed as he slid into a chair late Sunday night. His words were weary. Questions came about why the U.S. men’s national team is struggling to score, why it can’t do better than one goal in 180 minutes against two
7:14 AM ET UFC fans love to be in the know. We’re here to help. Derek Brunson shined this weekend against Darren Till, but despite Brunson’s incredible run and dominant finish over a legitimate contender, a title shot may not be coming as quickly as Brunson hopes. Someone who is likely to get a title
4:09 AM BST The mixed reaction to Jordie Barrett’s red card in Bledisloe Cup III has at least made one thing abundantly clear — that having the trial red-card replacement law in place for the Rugby Championship was one of SANZAAR’s smarter moves in recent times. But that also a further delineation perhaps needs to
5:39 PM ET Mike CoppingerESPN Oscar De La Hoya announced from a hospital bed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 and won’t be able to fight former UFC champion Vitor Belfort on Sept. 11 in a Triller Fight Club PPV. The Hall of Fame boxer was set to compete for the first since a
8:28 PM ET ATLANTA — Just one day remains in what is likely the longest season on record for the PGA Tour, a “super season” that included 50 events, six major championships, COVID-19 concerns and a good bit of golf parity. After all of that, it is more or less come down to two players
9:00 AM ET NEW YORK — Naomi Osaka did not want to be cut off. She did not want to be rescued. Yes, she was crying in her US Open postmatch news conference, crying as she struggled to find the right words so she could share what was on her mind, but each time the
4:35 PM ET DeAndre Jordan intends to sign with the Los Angeles Lakers upon completion of a buyout with the Detroit Pistons, sources told ESPN on Friday. Jordan was traded by the Brooklyn Nets to the Pistons earlier Friday along with four second-round picks and $5.78 million for Jahlil Okafor and Sekou Doumbouya, sources said.
2:30 PM ET As far as I can tell, there are only two types of people in this world. Those who love the show “Ted Lasso” and those who haven’t seen it yet. I am in the former camp, and my favorite scene is from Season 1 and is known as “the darts scene.” If
Sep 2, 2021 The oldest adage in auto racing is also the sport’s greatest truth. Nothing solves a problem — more problems than you might think — like horsepower. As the 2021 NASCAR playoffs begin Sunday at Darlington Raceway, no one has more horsepower than Kyle Larson. One year ago, no one had bigger problems.
1:48 AM ET MINNEAPOLIS — When C.J. Stroud began to struggle early in his first career start as Ohio State’s quarterback, coach Ryan Day pulled the redshirt freshman aside. The fourth-ranked Buckeyes had no intention of backing off their typically aggressive game plan on offense. Day fully expected growing pains for Stroud, who didn’t even
2:23 PM ET Montreal Canadiens first-round pick Logan Mailloux has been suspended indefinitely by the Ontario Hockey League stemming from the defenseman’s 2020 conduct that got him fined for an offense of a sexual nature in Sweden. The Ontario Hockey League announced Thursday that Mailloux could apply for reinstatement starting Jan. 1 and that his