An anti-gay bill in Arizona could hurt Republicans nationally. How the tables have turned!
The self-important sports press should pipe down about Marshawn Lynch's pre-Super Bowl reticence.
Surprising patterns emerge from millions of fan posts
After kickoff, fans start acting anxious and depressed for two to three straight hours
One-in-four American sport fans believe their team has been cursed at some point.
Against the tyranny of cuteness
Against the tyranny of cuteness in America.
New companies stand to gain the most from America's biggest TV event
Researchers reveal the smarter science behind Super Bowl advertising
The Tuesday before the Super Bowl has become a gigantic waste of time.
Every year, the Super Bowl broadcast attracts over 100 million fans from around the country, picking up viewers across the race, gender, income and age lines that usually divide American audiences. The show that's on after it, though, has the potential to appeal to all humanity.
Tonight, the NFL Draft begins—in case you hadn’t heard. The cover of the most recent ESPN The Magazine is dedicated to it, and Sports Illustrated likely would have fronted it, too, had the Boston Marathon bombings not taken precedence.
How advanced statistics could transform the NFL
How advanced statistics could transform the NFL.