STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - Maya Moore and everybody around UConn realized how much this meant to Stanford after several near misses against the mighty Huskies - one in the Final Four, another that cost the Cardinal the 2010 NCAA title.
No. 1 Connecticut's remarkable run is over, a 90-game winning streak stopped by an inspired Stanford squad determined to protect its own impressive mark: 52 straight home wins at Maples Pavilion.More »
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Sure, the holiday season is upon us, but more importantly, the playoff push is officially on. The Pats, Falcons and Bears have all grabbed their post-season spots, but the rest of the field is still up in the air. Keep reading to see where your team landed heading into the final two weeks of the season. And as always, let me know what you think in the comments below.
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- No. 89 came and went as effortlessly as nearly all their previous games. This season. Last season. And the season before.
UConn women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma, never at a loss for words, was close Tuesday night.
"It's pretty amazing. It really is," he said.
No exaggeration there.
His No. More »
I talked to two-time NFL MVP Kurt Warner about his Super Bowl pick, what it was like "Dancing with the Stars," and his set of Good Sports Gang smart phone apps...More »
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Mark Sanchez promised his Jets teammates he wasn't losing this one.
Not to a team the Jets had never beaten on the road. Not even after successive demoralizing losses led to speculation they were collapsing.More »
When you think New England Patriots, you think Tom Brady. But the Pats aren't looking at a #1 seed throughout the playoffs just because of their long-haired QB. It's been a total team effort in New England this season and one of the emerging contributors is Pats running back Danny Woodhead.
How can you not root for the little guy? He's only 5'9", but his contributions to the Patriots have been huge. He's got four rushing touchdowns, one receiving touchdown and if you check out the video he just made, you'll also see he's got a great sense of humor.
Flashback: 2009, when the Cleveland Indians traded Cliff Lee to the Philadelphia Phillies.
The star pitcher still had one more year on his contract. And that year, despite winning two games for the Phillies in the World Series, he and his team lost to the New York Yankees (giving the Yanks their 27th World Series title).More »