Bill Parcells' treatment of T.O. will leave Jerry Jones to pick one or the other -- and the Cowboys owner will side with Owens, writes Skip Bayless.
Skip Bayless can't make sense of this unpredictable college football season, but he sees high-powered Louisville meeting stingy Florida State in the BCS title game.
Sunday's win proved once again that Tiger Woods isn't facing the same competition as his predecessor, Jack Nicklaus.
The past, not the present, is the only thing worth talking about when Randy Moss returns to Minnesota on Monday.
If Maurice Clarett had been allowed to join the NFL three years ago, he wouldn't be where he is now, writes Skip Bayless.
Skip Bayless is still having a hard time believing Troy Aikman made the Hall of Fame. It didn't seem possible back at the beginning.
Skip Bayless was stunned at what Oklahoma's Rhett Bomar and J.D. Quinn did. But he holds coach Bob Stoops at least as responsible.
In light of A-Rod no longer being welcome in the Bronx, Skip Bayless wants to know: Who can't you boo?
Can he be wise on occasion? Yes. Is he amusing? Absolutely. But if the people of Alabama elect Charles Barkley to be governor, they're crazy.
Poor Chris DiMarco. Tiger's wizardry with the long irons -- and being paired with Sergio Garcia -- meant it was Tiger's British Open.
If NFL and NBA coaches can't run out on the field or court and yell at the refs, why can baseball managers throw such fits without penalty?
So now Terrell Owens is throwing his agent's brother, his new book's ghostwriter, under the bus? Just more typical T.O.
Why hasn't Zinedine Zidane revealed what Materazzi said? Because no insult could justify Zidane losing his cool like that.
Baseball's All-Star Game doesn't make much sense, says Skip Bayless. Our MLB stars would be better off resting up for the second half.
Barry Bonds might be struggling on the baseball field, but he's still hitting home runs against the American legal system.
After watching Michelle Wie on Sunday, Skip Bayless knows she has been taught to play -- but has she been taught to win?