As courageous as Tommie Smith and John Carlos were in 1968, remember that they were also a product of a time of protests.
Unlike true leaders, David Stern, Bud Selig and Roger Goodell are hiding from ugly truths.
The covers of George Lois on Esquire magazine commemorated boxing's heyday.
You can't determine the true NBA MVP if you can't count the postseason in your assessment, writes Todd Boyd.
Creating a five-team NBA European division could make basketball the most popular sport in the world, writes Todd Boyd.
Bob Knight's time had passed, but he still will be missed, writes Todd Boyd. Because he was an American original.
Air Jordans are more than a shoe -- they're a cultural phenomenon. And now that phenomenon may be coming to an end.
Instead of condemning those named in the Mitchell report, it's time for MLB to adapt to the presence of performance-enhancing drugs.
How can David Stern come down so hard on his players, yet so soft on his referees? Todd Boyd doesn't understand.
Some fans might be down on USC, but don't forget what Pete Carroll has done, and don't count the Trojans out this season.
Donovan McNabb was ripped for comments about race. Why doesn't this happen to white athletes?
If you think uproars and threats over interracial couples are things of the past, think again, writes Page 2's Todd Boyd.
Does Hank Aaron have issues with the hip-hop generation? Stop hatin', Hank, and go watch Barry break your record.
The Lions are one miserable, terrible franchise, but Todd Boyd can't stop rooting for them.
This year's Finals were so boring people have lost their senses and started calling the Spurs a dynasty. They're wrong, writes Page 2's Todd Boyd.
Why are so few African-Americans playing baseball these days? It's a lot more complicated than Gary Sheffield makes it sound.