The Giants lost much more than the game against the Chicago Bears this past Sunday.
After a 22-game regular season, four WNBA teams, the New York Liberty among them, departed the wubble as the remaining eight teams readied for action.
Last week the NCAA announced that the Division I Council approved Nov. 25 as the start date for men’s and women’s college basketball.
Maybe if the Jets’ commendable efforts of COVID consciousness could translate into their on field play, there would be some improvement on both sides of the ball.
The NFL has opened its 2020 season with a new look. Miraculously, they seemed to have embraced or are trying to embrace the fight against racial injustice.
Act I of the Giants’ 2020 NFL season was eerily similar to most of their performances over the past three seasons.
It’s a wrap on the New York Liberty’s 2020 season. The team ended with a dismal 2–20 record, last place in the WNBA.
The Armory Trials, scheduled to take place on Oct. 3 at the Armory New Balance Track & Field Center in Washington Heights, have been organized to help talented high school track and field athletes with the college recruitment process.
Brooklyn Nets fans still have not fully recovered from the questionable firing of former head coach Kenny Atkinson in March.
NFL teams opening their seasons in empty stadiums knelt, locked arms or raised fists in protest for pregame ceremonies on the first full Sunday of the football season.
With an 83–67 loss to the Phoenix Mercury last Saturday, the New York Liberty became the first team to be officially out of WNBA playoff contention.
The NCAA has made it clear that there will be no championships held in fall sports for Divisions I, II or III due to COVID-19.
The 2020 U.S. Open is analogous to trees falling in the woods. No one knows if they’ve made a sound.