"I spent the first 23 years of my life playing a straight man,” the Olympian, who is gay, wrote in an ESPN essay.
Cory Carignan of Minot State was headed for disaster but became an ESPN highlight.
On air Thursday, Le Batard criticized the network's policy of avoiding politics as "weak-ass" and "cowardly."
Dan Le Batard called out ESPN's "cowardly" and "weak-ass" policy discouraging hosts from discussing politics.
An inflammatory disorder has left the ESPN alum in severe pain, and the treatments for it have created awful side effects.
According to the DA, Hill’s son had been injured and investigators believed that a crime had taken place.
Former Texas cornerback Kris Boyd just discovered how inappropriate the teams' questions can be at the NFL Combine.
The broadcaster said he always avoided focusing on the anniversary of his dad's death -- until now.
The ESPN announcer mounts an amusing on-air campaign urging the former president to lend his leadership to the struggling team.
"I didn’t even think it was controversial,” the former ESPN host said.
The journalist discussed the LeBron James' Showtime documentary series "Shut Up and Dribble" that she narrates.
The departing ESPN journalist will cover "the intersection of sports, race, politics, gender, and culture.”
She was controversially suspended last year after calling Donald Trump a white supremacist.
Administrators, coaches, media, the public -- all of us must stop drawing arbitrary boxes around black athletes and insisting they stay in them.
Katherine Berman, the ESPN personality's spouse, and another driver died in a wreck last year.
Three coaches killed in the Parkland school shooting were honored with ESPN’s “Best Coach Award,” with a heartbreaking tribute from their students.
Over 140 survivors, including Olympic gymnasts Aly Raisman and Maggie Nichols, took the stage to accept the award.
"She is a really special girl and I am very lucky," the sports hero told ESPN.
The ESPN star knew LeBron was going to LA. And he knows what you’re thinking, too: “What the hell is this fat a**hole doing on television?”
Athletes Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird appeared in ESPN’s iconic body issue.