Rich talked about the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Paris and a grand jury saying Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane broke the law. He spoke with Dr. Mazz about a girl in Connecticut forced to undergo chemotherapy treatments and for FBI Agent John Guandolo about his new book, Raising a Jihadi Generation.
Stuart Scott, the longtime “SportsCenter” anchor and ESPN personality known for his enthusiasm and ubiquity, died Sunday. He was 49.
Here are five interesting moments in sports you may have missed this week.
A sleepy baseball fan, mocked by television announcers, is suing both the announcers and their network, ESPN, for defamation. Does he have a case?
Stephen A. Smith made some controversial comments regarding domestic violence.
Here are the 8 best naked Prince Fielder memes I found on Twitter.
A Yankees fan fell asleep during a game and he is now suing ESPN.
World Cup rankings are increasing, Philly not among top-markets.
There aren’t many who have been happy with the Phillies offseason. After winning just 73 games in 2013, a year after winning just 81, a return to playoff form based on the additions they’ve made seems unlikely.
The Eagles had the second most potent offense in the NFL, the leading rusher, and the quarterback with the top quarterback rating. According to a poll of NFL players, however, no one on the Eagles offense strikes fear into the heart of opponents.
The beginning and end of the 2013 season for Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper couldn’t have been more different.
There are many who question whether Tim Tebow will ever play football again. Perhaps he’d be better served predicting it, rather than attempting to play it.
You know your favorite team is rebuilding when a projection of 24 wins is disappointing because it’s too high. Alas, here are your 2013-14 Philadelphia 76ers.
It would be an understatement to say that the last couple of years have been forgettable in Philadelphia sports. Bryzgalov and Bynum highlighted the Flyers and Sixers timelines for all of the wrong reasons, the Eagles fell apart to an extent we may have deemed unbelievable five years ago, and the Phillies have gone from the league’s elite, to one of the most questioned front offices in all of baseball.
The new court, which cost about $80,000, comes courtesy of Beyond Sport, an organization that looks at sports in the context of social change.