If you predicted the Seahawks would be the only home team to win this weekend, then we're in awe. More on the playoffs, a near UConn women's loss and the cheesiness of bowl games, in a weekend edition of About Last Night.
The Seahawks become the first ever division winner with a losing record, the NFL playoff seedings are set, NCAA football coaches are hired and fired. Amanda Rykoff tells you all about it in About Last Night.
Even though fantasy season may be over and many playoffs races already have been decided, Melissa Jacobs has five pretty important reasons to shake off the second day of your New Year's hangover and make this Sunday an NFL day.
The NFL's concerted effort the past two years to market the game and apparel to women is showing signs of paying off, but sales of league merchandise still trail Major League Baseball and collegiate-licensed materials.
The Miami Heat took the lead, the eighth-seeded Memphis Grizzlies made history and the Boston Bruins beat the Philadelphia Flyers in a score that looked more like a football game. (Sort of.) Here's what else happened in sports this weekend.
The Hornets, Magic and Trail Blazers are all one bad game away from summer vacation. Will we see three more teams advance or get a few more Game 7s? With hoops, hockey, baseball and a big day for NFL hopefuls, here are the Games We're Watching.
It's a busy day on and off the field, with lots of MLB baseball and NFL labor negotiations set to resume in Minneapolis. Tonight, three more NHL playoff series drop the puck, including the age-old rivalry between Montreal and Boston.