The NFL has fined five head coaches and teams this week, totaling more than $1.7 million in fines, after they violated the league’s guidance on wearing face coverings during games.
Gale Sayers was one of the NFL’s best running backs and later celebrated for his friendship with Bears teammate Brian Piccolo, depicted in the film “Brian’s Song.”
FOX 7 Austin's John Hygh has more on the matchup between the third-ranked team in 4A Division 1 and the fourth-ranked team in 4A Division II by Dave Campbell's Texas Football.
The Bulldogs take on the Greyhounds.
Lexington is led by ESPN 4-star recruit Jarred Kerr as the Eagles take on the Tigers.
The Tim Tebow Foundation works with organizations to help combat human trafficking around the world and offers help for survivors.
Michael Jordan bought a NASCAR Cup Series charter and Bubba Wallace will be his driver.
The two teams take each other on at Lion Stadium in Granger.
The Tigers take on the Cougars.
State ranked Wimberley is looking to bounce back from a loss and FOX 7 Austin's Clif Thornton finds that even though their next opponent isn't state ranked it looks to still be a tough game.
The right-hander is determined to not let this injury get the best of him: "I will approach this rehab the only way I know, attack, and don't look back."
Baylor University has announced that the school's season opening football game against Houston has been postponed and will not be played on September 19.
Joe Buck's surprise Pro Football Hall of Fame announcement came during Thursday night's Browns-Bengals broadcast.
The Big Ten plans to begin its season the weekend of Oct. 24 with an eight-game schedule for each team.
With practice and recovery days at a premium, the pressure remains on players up and down the roster to deliver night after night.
The 2020 World Series will be played at the brand new Globe Life Field, but the Texas Rangers likely won't be a part of it.
Villanueva, a former captain in the U.S. Army, was seen covering Antwon Rose’s name with that of Alwyn Cash.
If a hot microphone at the University of Nebraska is any indication, the Big Ten Conference may be having a football season this fall after all.
New Jersey gamblers set a nationwide record for the most money bet on sports in a single month, plunking down almost $668 million in August on events including resurgent baseball, basketball and hockey seasons.
Watching football just got boozier, thanks to Miller Lite.