Boeheim suspended 9 games for sweeping violations at Syracuse that violate NCAA 'core values'
Harvey pitches 2 perfect innings, strikes out 3 in long-awaited return as Mets beat Tigers 5-4
Jets re-sign linebacker David Harris; Source says deal is for 3 years, $21 million
Holmes is 11 shots worse and keeps lead; McIlroy is 1 club lighter after throwing it in water
Oops: Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall keeps getting confused with namesake wide receiver
Rory McIlroy shows an angry side and heaves his club into the water at Doral
Recent severe sanctions handed down by the NCAA
Tying freshmen eligibility to academics could be alternative to Big Ten commissioner's idea
Column: Boeheim to blame for Syracuse's NCAA violations; time to fade from orange to black
Person familiar with deal: Jets agree to acquire wide receiver Brandon Marshall from Bears
Bill Polian's do's and don'ts for NFL free agency: 1. Do fill needs and make sure the player has a specific scheme fit 2. Don't sign a player and change his techniques 3. Do know the player you are signing very well 4. Don't believe that "your culture" will change a person's behavior. 5. ...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence ?? will be out six to eight weeks after breaking his left forearm Thursday, the team said. Pence was hit on the left arm by a pitch from hard-throwing Chicago Cubs prospect Corey Black in the sixth inning of Thursday's spring training game. X-rays taken before the end of the game confirmed that Pence suffered a nondisplaced fracture of his left ulna, one of two bones that make up the forearm. Giants manager Bruce Bochy left the dugout during the game to visit Pence in the trainer's room and see how his right fielder felt. "You know Hunter, he's always upbeat, optimistic," Bochy said before the official diagnosis was made. "He tried to get out of the way, and [the pitch] kind of ran and caught him there. If it is broken, the silver lining is, it's this early in the spring; we'll have a month to start the healing process." Pence took to Twitter to thank fans...
CHICAGO -- Popular Turner Sports reporter Craig Sager had an emotional return to work courtside Thursday night, signaling his return from an 11-month battle with cancer. "I'm very grateful, very thankful, and I got up today and it was like the first day of school," Sager said after the Chicago Bulls finished their shootaround in preparation for their game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, which the Bulls won 108-105??in dramatic fashion. "You're a little nervous. I've done it before but everything's a little different. It's a long 11 months, believe me. "But I was very fortunate I had some doctors I believed in, had some good care. I'm back. A little bit lighter, I don't know if you can see it on TV but I lost close to 50 pounds, got some of it back, but I had to get some new clothes because all those great things I had before don't fit anymore." Sager's clothing did not go unnoticed.?? While Sager's frame has thinned out,...