If there's one thing Brian Murphy will remember about the reign of Paul Tagliabue, it's that the man could make money.
Brian Murphy has heard enough about Jerome Bettis. He finds other angles about this Super Bowl more interesting -- like the long snapper matchup.
Forget about the Super Bowl, the first four days of the NCAA Tournament are our real unofficial national holiday.
Why you have to skip work on Thursday: March Madness and St. Patty's day on the same day? Extraordinary.
There's more than enough sports analogies to go around at the Academy Awards.
What a week this will be, especially for Pats and Eagles fans. But thank God this Super Bowl's not in New Orleans.
The two cities with the most passionate sports fans will clash in the Ultimate Game. Who could ask for anything more?
Have you ever competed in a Super Bowl? Page 2's Brian Murphy has, and he's got quite a story to tell.
Don't wanna watch the Super Bowl? Page 2's Brian Murphy has some exciting other ways to spend your Sunday.
Page 2's Brian Murphy has the Super Bowl story lines you'll be paying attention to for the next two weeks.
From the dawn of time, athletes have been given special treatment writes Page 2's Brian Murphy. So what's the big deal with LeBron scoring a couple jerseys?
Al Davis learned on Super Bowl Sunday of a new level of getting shown up, writes Page 2's Brian Murphy. It's called pulling a Gruden.
With the final four set in the NFL playoffs Page 2's Brian Murphy has one thing to say: "Ain't that America!"
What if the Rams won Super Bowl XXIV as L.A. residents? ESPN.com's Brian Murphy ponders the thought.