Sports

ESPN Announces New TV Network

ESPN and the Southeastern Conference have announced a 20-year deal to create a network to broadcast conference games and events, starting in 2014. More 

New Drug to Be Tried on Retired NFL Players

A treatment from Neuralstem aimed at fighting depression could be given to retired football players in a trial meant to assess its effect on brain injuries. More 

Former NBA Star Leaves Bullets, Feces-Strewn Foreclosed Home

A couple who took possession of former NBA Sonics player Robert Swift's foreclosed mansion found the house filed with piles of garbage, weapons and dog feces. More 

Still Wild for BWLD

Sure, the company faces headwinds -- uncertainty about the minimum wage and higher input costs among them -- but Buffalo Wild Wings has carved out a dedicated niche that's unlikely to fade anytime soon. More 

Wrestling Dropped From 2020 Olympics

The International Olympic Committee is expected to drop wrestling from the Summer Games starting in 2020 to give room to other popular sports. More 

NBA’s Allen Iverson Loses $4.5M Home to Foreclosure

Media reports say that Allen Iverson's $4.5 million Atlanta estate has been sold to his bank in a foreclosure auction. More 

Super Bowl MVP to Owe Huge Tax Bill on Gift

Joe Flacco, the NFL Ravens' quarterback, who was awarded a 2014 Corvette Stingray as the Super Bowl's MVP could owe the IRS more than $25,000 on the car. More