Cheerlessly, Asian Games Begin

The Olympic-style Asian Games open today in Incheon, South Korea, providing a flag-spangled stage on which to celebrate the universal sport of politics. North Korea has reestablished its dominance in this arena by first deploying, then withdrawing, their newest weapon—feminine charm. » 9/19/14 9:59am Friday 9:59am

Rejoice: Hallucinating, Cop-Punching Laxbro Lands New College Team

Last year, Charley Gargano had a bad trip. The former Marquette lacrosse player dropped acid, wandered around in his boxers and socks, and proceeded to punch a lady-cop in the face before being pepper-sprayed, arrested, and charged with a felony and assorted misdemeanors. » 9/17/14 5:58am Wednesday 5:58am

NCAA Unionization Means Sink-Or-Swim For Smaller Sports

At this point, the professionalism of collegiate athletics seems to be not a question of if, but when. This inevitability has triggered those high in the NCAA food chain to insinuate that every sport save football and basketball is doomed. Case in point: the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, comprised of… » 9/11/14 7:00am 9/11/14 7:00am