One super-fan will get paid $50,000 by Pizza Hut to travel to as many NCAA championship games as possible and document the experience through social media.
Italy's Olympic Committee has officially withdrawn its bid to stage the 2024 Games in Rome after the city council voted to oppose the candidacy.
A Ruth's Chris Steakhouse location in Ann Arbor is slated to give a sizable discount to its diners following Michigan's colossal win over Rutgers.
Patrick Rishe, Washington University, discusses Twitter's deal with the NFL, and potential lost revenue for North Carolina because of the controversial "bathroom bill."
The NCAA decided to relocate all seven championship events away from North Carolina on Monday evening due to LGBT bathroom law.
Lochte has not seen the last of the fallout surrounding his initial story of a robbery in Rio de Janeiro that he later admitted he "over-exaggerated."
When the Olympic Games begin Friday, the athletes representing their countries in Rio de Janeiro this year won't be the only ones center stage.
Fininvest confirmed on Friday it had signed a preliminary agreement to sell 99.93 percent of AC Milan to a group of Chinese investors.
Sports-related brain injuries may be a top emerging area for insurance claims, S&P has warned, after the WWE was sued by more than 50 former wrestlers.
Chinese soccer fans were left furious Monday after a long-awaited Manchester derby was abruptly canceled just hours before kickoff.
NBA's iconic stars — including LeBron James and Stephen Curry — will not be on the 2016 USA basketball team in Rio. Can the team get gold?
The legendary women's basketball coach died after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
ESPN will reportedly buy the second half of the Big Ten's media rights package.
KPMG has stepped down as auditor of FIFA, the global soccer body said on Monday, saying it was welcoming the opportunity to work with a new audit firm.
With over two months left before Rio 2016, economists at PwC have forecast which countries will win the most medals at the Olympic Games.
Under Armour has reached a 15-year, $280 million footwear and apparel deal with UCLA, the largest in college sports.
Bill Self, the head coach of the University of Kansas men's basketball team, makes more than $2.75 million a year but barely pays income tax.
The NBA is making a new play for fans in Africa by splitting with the continent's biggest sports broadcaster.
Villanova's last-second defeat of North Carolina extended a dubious run for Carolina sports teams this year.
Ben Strauss, contributing writer for The New York Times, and Andrew Zimbalist, Robert A. Woods Professor of Economics at Smith College, debate whether college athletes should be paid by the NCAA.