Add optics to the list of the Jets’ problems

It doesn’t take much to get distracted from the New York Jets’ 5 and 8 win-loss record, or their loss last week to a winless Cincinnati Bengals team ending Cincy’s 11 straight record breaking defeats

Giants face major changes after another discouraging loss

Something has to change for the Giants. Inevitably there will be numerous new faces on the sidelines—both players and coaches—as well as who is putting the team together in the franchise’s executive offices.

Coaching shakeup doesn’t move the Knicks’ needle

There is no elixir to the Knicks’ myriad issues. The reconstruction of their markedly damaged foundation will be methodical rather than dramatic.

Jordan and Allen are the Nets’ centers of attention

We frequently here about, “the mood of the locker room. What’s the mood of the locker room? Has the coach lost it or not?

Brooklyn College readies for conference action

The Brooklyn College women’s basketball team is not happy with how last season ended. The Bulldogs lost a heartbreaker to Hunter College in the CUNY Athletic Conference final.

St. John’s kicks off indoor track season

Although it was just two meets before taking a break for final exams and the Christmas holiday, St. John’s University track & field showed good form and got to channel the competitive energy that is built in training.

Joshua gets his revenge in Ruiz rematch

For Anthony Joshua, his rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr. couldn’t come fast enough

Colgate Women’s Games continues its holiday tradition

With December’s holidays and sales days also come the Colgate Women’s Games, the nation’s largest amateur track series open to all girls and women.

The Bills are NY's only winning NFL team

Buffalo, under head coach Sean McDermott, in his third year, his first head coaching position after holding various assistant positions since 1998, is currently 9 and 3 in the AFC East.

St. John’s rebuilds while Seton Hall has aspirations of the Final Four

It’s been 34 years, 1985, since the St. John’s men’s college basketball team last made it to the Final Four.

The Knicks’ conflicting priorities call for immediate resolution

It may have reached a point at which the Knicks should completely commit to thoroughly assessing Kevin Knox, Mitchell Robinson, Allonzo Trier and Dennis Smith Jr., and consider trading the veterans who understandably may not willingly accept reduced roles

The Nets’ Dinwiddie excels as starter or reserve

When Kyrie Irving returns to the Brooklyn Nets’ starting lineup, possibly next week, one thing is certain, there will be less minutes for point guard Spencer Dinwiddie.

Jets suffer horrible loss to the lowly Bengals

Unless you’re into hockey, Rangers, Islanders, Sunday was an exceptionally hard day for a New York sports fan.

he Giants’ perennial spiral has become a self-fulfilling prophecy

Subconsciously, the Giants expect to lose.

Hofstra working to develop new identity

The women’s basketball team at Hofstra University has always looked strong, but has fallen short of achieving its potential.