Sam Freedman's new book revisits the incredible 1967 football season when the players and coaches of Florida A&M and Grambling battled for supremacy on the football field and equality off of it.
Michael O'Keeffe of the New York Daily News I-Team sorts through the baffling legal case of Alex Rodriguez.
Professor Daniel Gilbert explains the source of the MLBPA's considerable powerits stars.
Howard Megdal ranks all the Jews in MLB history in The Baseball Talmud.
Robert Podhurst, an athlete-turned-sociologist, has a unique take on his field.
Marc Tracy discusses how the figures of varying athletic abilities in the book Jewish Jocks were selected.
David Sally and Chris Anderson use advanced analytics to poke, prod, and disrupt thinking about how soccer works.
Author David Epstein examines what genes control in athleticsand what they don't.
Jon Hart takes readers on a fun but painful ride through the hills and valleys of his personal journey through the sports world.
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