Flutter could be a great investment: Not only does it operate in an unloved sector, almost nobody in America has heard of the company. Flutter dominates most of the online sports betting markets in which it does business: the U.K., Ireland, Australia and the U.S. The reason people have never heard of Flutter in the U.S. is that it operates here under the brand name FanDuel. It’s the best way to play the rise of sports betting in this country, which should be both rapid and lucrative.
Sara Lee, winner of the 2015 WWE "Tough Enough" reality television series, has died at the age of 30, her mother and the wrestling organization said Thursday.
Did Pete Carroll know something the Broncos didn't when he traded Russell Wilson to Denver?
As a rule, the NFL’s Thursday Night Football games are awful. Players are generally lethargic after playing just four days earlier in their usual Sunday slots. Coaches, also lacking the typical prep time, haven’t had enough bandwidth to install more than generic offensive or defensive schemes. What typically follows is what we got in last night’s 12-9 snoozer between the Indianpolis Colts and the Denver Broncos, where the most interesting part of the action came on the third play of the game. Th
Asia Womack was allegedly shot by a friend after she beat him in a game of basketball.
NFL Expert Picks and Predictions for Week 5 of the season including the Giants at Green Bay, Dallas at the Rams, and Las Vegas at Kansas City
PITTSBURGH (AP) There was something about Kenny Pickett. Tim Salem could see what other college recruiters more consumed by Pickett's relative lack of size during the early portion of his high school career could not. The University of Pittsburgh tight ends coach kept tabs on the quarterback who seemed to think he was a linebacker, waiting for Pickett's physical attributes to catch up to the things you can't teach.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers began preparations for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons without Tom Brady and coach Todd Bowles on the practice field. Brady did not participate Wednesday after taking a hard hit on his throwing shoulder when he was sacked by Kansas City cornerback L’Jarius Sneed and fumbled during last Sunday night’s 41-31 loss to the Chiefs. Bowles missed practice for a personal reason and is expected back on Thursday.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is on The Rush, chatting with Jared about his on-field acrobatic moves, what went through his mind when he was WWE-style body slammed by Derwin James in Week 2, why watching Patrick Mahomes make magic on the field never gets old, the case for versatile tight ends to make more money, how the league and players can utilize protocols to reduce concussion damage, guest hosting SNL, and his most memorable Super Bowl halftime show… from inside the locker room. Plus, Travis Kelce and Tide have teamed up to offer sports fans the chance to win cool prizes! Click here for more info on how your lucky jersey can help you become a winner.
At this point in the season, USA TODAY Sports projects nine Big 12 teams to go bowling.
Sophomore General Booty is a quarterback on the OU football roster. Here are five things to know about Booty.
Jefferson won the game 23-0. Elijah Dewitt was a high school football standout for the Jefferson Dragons.
The Lions have won the last three games featuring play-by-play man Kenny Albert
Sara Lee, winner of Season 6 of the WWE’s reality series Tough Enough, died today at age 30, her mother said. No cause was given. “It is with heavy hearts we wanted to share that our Sara Weston has gone to be with Jesus,” Terri Lee wrote on social media. “We are all in shock […]
Microsoft (MSFT) and the NBA are doubling down on their partnership at a moment when tech companies and professional sports are more connected than ever.
The Broncos had an open receiver on their final play of overtime.
Here's what you missed in the men's college golf world.
Megan Rapinoe describes abuse scandal that has rocked US football as 'horrifying'
Here's what you missed in the women's college golf world.
President of basketball operations Bob Myers and point guard Stephen Curry spoke on Thursday following the incident at Golden State’s practice this week - which TMZ published video of on Friday morning.