Muslim women have enough impediments to competing. FIBA needs to stop throwing an unnecessary roadblock, such as banning Muslim headscarves, in their way.
The Jets' issues run deeper than Geno, and that spells trouble for the future.
Yanks captain lets fans in Monday and reveals he's not the man we thought.
The Royal & Ancient Golf Club's vote to allow women members after 260 years is an important step, poking another hole in golf's "grass ceiling."
Johnette Howard explores the question of why NFL players haven't taken up the fight against violence in their own ranks.
Don't blame new OC Ben McAdoo. The Giants' woeful O's problem is talent.
The Big Four have shown their vulnerabilities, but, for now, we should hold off on saying there's a wholesale change at the top of the men's game.
Geno and the Jets had better clean up Sunday's messy win quickly.
Serena Williams now has 18 Grand Slam titles, but how does she compare to the all-time greats?
US Open men's semifinalists all have one thing in common: superstar coaches.
Don't draw any coaching conclusions from Andy Murray's quarterfinal loss to Novak Djokovic at the US Open. Amelie Mauresmo just might be the right person at the right time for the struggling Scot.
Novak Djokovic knew he had to physically and mentally outplay Andy Murray, and that's exactly what the world No. 1 did.
Think it's racket technology or faster playing surfaces? The actual answer, many experts believe, comes from within the players themselves.
Taylor Townsend ran into her idol Serena Williams in the first round of the US Open, but the promising American walked off Arthur Ashe Stadium optimistic about her game.
Surly or sweet? An intimidating world-beater or an insecure self-loather? At this point, after walking the tightrope atop the women's game for more than a decade, the only surprise is when Serena Williams doesn't surprise.
Geno Smith is Rex Ryan's second chance to develop a franchise QB.