From tirades to obscene gestures to dugout disguises, Sarah Spain rounds up the greatest coach/GM/owner meltdowns in this week's "That's What She Said."
Wednesday marks the start of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, nine weeks of hard-hittin', slap-shottin', five-holin', BIG SAAAAVE-in' goodness. And Sarah Spain has 10 reasons why the NHL's postseason sets itself apart from the rest in sports.
In her latest "That's What She Said" column, Sarah Spain writes that despite his brilliant Game 7 Thursday, LeBron James still falls short of Michael Jordan's standard.
When it comes to a longtime devotion/obsession for the greatest of all time, there's no shame -- and no cure.
In this week's installment of That's What She Said, Sarah Spain examines the heartbreaking moments that have come to define a team or an athlete as the most memorable losers in the history of sports.
It's down to the final four teams chasing those elusive Cup dreams, as conference play faces off in the East and West.
Stanford not only won its first bowl game in 14 years in last night's Orange Bowl -- they routed Virginia Tech with a 40-12 win. Here's more About Last Night.
Career nights for three college stars and a redeeming performance for one of the NFL's greatest ever. Here's what you missed last night.