Malcolm Gladwell's new book, "Outliers," explains why some success in sports might be more about birth dates than talent.
Do you have what it takes to be an NFL player? Pay attention to Page 2's Closer Look because there will be a Wonderlic Test afterward.
Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet's gambling ring could be one of the biggest scandals in sports history, but it has some tough competition.
Marcus Vick is hardly the first young athlete to jeopardize a promising pro future, as Jeff Merron's list illustrates.
It's Page 2's annual review of the mysterious, wacky and crazy connections between two of our favorite pastimes.
The Colts are the 10th team of the Super Bowl era to start 10-0. What happened to the previous nine?
Can Adam Sandler really throw the long ball? Do they still have prison hot boxes? Jeff Merron separates the real from the reel.
Will the rumors about Larry Brown add him to a list that includes George Brett's hemorrhoids and Eugene Robinson's hookup?
Looks like Terrell Owens and the Eagles might never agree on a contract. If that's so, T.O. has some other exciting job prospects.
Does Steve Nash top Jeff Merron's list of greatest Canadian athletic exports?
Remember when you couldn't hang on the rim? Or when athletes had to have short hair?
From top picks who flopped to the birth of Mr. Irrelevant, here's our list of the strangest NFL draft moments.
With the NFL free agency period in full swing, we have a few mistakes some teams don't want to repeat.
After the release of Jose Canseco's book, Jeff Merron lists the top 10 most controversial sports books ever.
The best-selling writer of "The Tipping Point" talks about how his new book about instinct ties into sports.
Some things never change, like the Super Bowl and the oldest pastime around.