At the current rate, more than 4,000 migrant workers will die to build the infrastructure for a soccer tournament. This is an abomination.
How Major League Soccer Can Beat the English Premier League in America: Embrace Its Inner Brooklyn
May 12, 2014
Now that Major League Soccer inked a new, eight-year TV deal, here is how it can win your heart.
The Most Righteous Man at ESPN
March 19, 2014
How Jay Bilas became the NCAA's fiercest critic.
Nate Silver’s Not As Foxy As He Thinks He Is
March 17, 2014
Nate Silver compares himself to the fox, knowing many little things, rather than the hedgehog, knowing one big thing. But his philosophy has characteristics of the latter.
It would have saved Grantland some headaches, but it's hopeless.
Grantland Undergoes LGBT-Sensitivity Training
January 21, 2014
Meet the woman who's guiding Bill Simmons through the "Dr. V" controversy.
The Mistake That Doomed The Grantland Story About a Putter
January 19, 2014
A Grantland piece about a putter evinced extreme insensitivity toward transgender people, marring the whole article.
We Are All to Blame for the NFL's Concussion Crisis
October 08, 2013
There are a lot of conflicts of interest in the “Frontline” documentary League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussions Crisis, which premieres tonight on PBS at 9.
Larry King: "This Is One of the Worst Periods I’ve Ever Seen"
September 30, 2013
On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights this week, while Keith Olbermann fulfills a contractual obligation to TBS that predates his recent return to ESPN, Olbermann’s eponymous nightly show will be hosted by Larry King.
In this week’s New Yorker profile of Bryan Goldberg, founder of the much-maligned women’s-interest site Bustle and co-founder of the much-maligned sports site Bleacher Report, author Lizzie Widdicombe makes reference to the latter’s “lingering bad re