Brady will try on Sunday to win a sixth Super Bowl title with the Patriots, a feat that assuredly places the quarterback among the greatest sport champions in American history.
We might be looking at the most efficiently run Super Bowl week in recent memory, and perhaps all memories.
The Horse of the Year’s final race in the Pegasus World Cup was a wonder to behold and offers some important handicapping lessons as well.
The Vikings aren’t playing in their stadium this week, just another loop in the postseason belt of despair that has included four Super Bowl losses.
It got loud again at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Wednesday as NASCAR teams and drivers returned for two days of preseason tests.
If you have yet to try turkey hunting, you are missing out on a fun experience. Nevada’s 2018 turkey draw is open at NDOWlicensing.com until 11 p.m. Tuesday.
The Patriots meet the Eagles on Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium, where New England tries for a sixth title while simultaneously annihilating the one obstruction many naively believed could derail their journey back to the game.
Last week at the PGA Merchandise Show in Florida, Greg Norman officially launched Shark Experience, his new cart software program bringing “connectivity, content and customization” to a golf course near you.
While early indications are this could prove the most hospitable of Super Bowls, the Patriots-Eagles clash began with the tamest of opening acts.
When word got out that pro wrestling impresario Vince McMahon intends to bring back the XFL, the cellphone of former Las Vegas Outlaws QB Ryan Clement began to light up. You’ve got two years to get in shape, the messages said.