It's the time of year when "grown adults battle over discounted merchandise."
"Obviously my account has been hacked!" he said on social media.
Fans in Mexico will chant a gay slur during the NFL game.
Jason La Canfora erroneously reported that Colin Kaepernick would stand for the national anthem if signed to a team.
Only by visiting the hallowed Augusta National course in person can one witness the Masters' attention to even the most minute detail and its determination to let every patron experience, to quote the soon-to-be-trademarked Jim Nantz catchphrase, "a tradition unlike any other."
It's time to usher in the annual rite of spring known as March Madness. While Cinderella grabs millions at the box office, a record number of small-screen viewers will be on the lookout for another kind of Cinderella who can prevent the Kentucky Coronation.
Lost in the shadows of towering headlines about LeBron's return home, the World Cup, and the All-Star Game, there is a headline not nearly as sexy, that will change the landscape for all student athletes across our nation.
Their boss, a guy named Ted Shaker, saw the same thing Stern saw in the discarded gem the NBA property had become. The game needed a little polish, a fresh coat of paint or luster and it needed someone to give it a chance.
For those in search of fresh fantasy football advice, there's a new analyst on the beat: Chad Johnson. The former NFL star
UPDATE: CBS Sports changed the title of the latest update on Peavy's player profile page to "Peavy takes Tribe to fourth
While Thome has earned the distinction over the course of a 21-year career, some commentators are wondering if his pending accomplishment forces us to reassess what 600 homers means anymore.
Maybe the first Monday in April is the day we can point to where we all learned from sport in some way, and can use those examples in our everyday life.
The folks at Vitamin Water have always championed the idea of the look-away pass as a way to find ways to build brand value
Any number of scenarios comes to mind here and none of them flatter CBS. [Focus on the Family] CEO Jim Daly is expected to
Ian Baker Finch, the former British Open champion who joined CBS Sports as a golf analyst in 2007, has suggested that he