Tua exits early but maintains clear Heisman lead

While seemingly rolling to another masterful performance and maintaining front-runner status in the Heisman Trophy race, Tua Tagovailoa exited No. 1 Alabama’s victory over Missouri on Saturday after re-aggravating a right knee sprain.

Hawaii pulls out all stops in memorable victory

With all the shenanigans that went into the build-up for Saturday’s matchup between Hawaii and Wyoming, it’s surely going to be one of those games that head coach Nick Rolovich remembers with a wry smile for a long time to come.

What’s at stake for CT races in France?

Just two events remain on the women’s Championship Tour schedule. The men have one more beyond that, but each begins its final stretch today at Hossegor, France’s acclaimed surfing community and the location that could very well determine each tour’s 2018 world champion.

NFL games beginning to suffer under the weight of penalties

It’s been hard to have an NFL football conversation over the past couple weeks without it devolving into a discussion about roughing the passer penalties. The referees have been brandishing their flags like a high school color guard, sending defensive players and fans alike into a collective adolescent meltdown.

Taking the points was a solid Saturday decision

The upsets started coming fast and furious on Saturday as teams didn’t seem all that concerned with rankings, point spreads or home crowds. Instead, a bunch of teams with major aspirations for this college football season saw some of that optimism halted in its tracks.

WSL announces pay equity for men’s and women’s tours

The World Surf League took another step forward last week in its announcement that it would be instituting full prize money equality for the men’s and women’s Championship Tours beginning in the 2019 season. The WSL has done a fantastic job increasing the prize money for both tours over the past decade, especially on the women’s side.