Matt Grassie

    Matt Grassie

  • Pettersen apologizes for controversial call at Solheim Cup

    Suzann Pettersen apologized Monday for making the controversial call that left United States players fuming before their memorable victory in the Solheim Cup.

  • Kevin Harvick confronts Jimmie Johnson after Sprint Cup race

    Kevin Harvick disagrees with what happened out on the track between him and Jimmie Johnson and chooses to confront the No. 48 driver following the race.

  • Fantasy Football: Aaron Rodgers tops list of top five NFL QBs

    Chris Collinsworth breaks down the top five QBs entering Week 2 of the season from Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger followed by Philip Rivers and Tom Brady to round out the list.

  • Jameis Winston humbled by debut, ready to put Week 1 behind him

    Despite a disappointing open to his NFL career, Jameis Winston knows the Bucs can still reach one of their preseason goal of winning the NFC South and that starts Week 2 vs. the Saints.

  • Cris Collinsworth and Pro Football Focus rank top five rookies heading into Week 2

    Pro Football Focus: Cris Collinsworth runs down the list of the top five rookies after Week 1 of the 2015 NFL season.

  • Vernon Adams Jr. struggling to follow Marcus Mariota

    You might be surprised at some of the names Ray Crawford drops as he runs down the top three QBs, according to PFF's grading system, in college football after the first two weeks of the season.

  • DeShone Kizer provides optimism for Irish

    After Notre Dame's starting QB Malik Zaire went down for the season against Virginia, backup QB DeShone Kizer fired the game-winning TD pass. Ray Crawford explains why Kizer may keep ND's title hopes alive.

  • Top quarterbacks in college football after Week 2

    You might be surprised at some of the names Ray Crawford drops as he runs down the top three QBs, according to PFF's grading system, in college football after the first two weeks of the season.

  • Juju Smith emerges as college football's top wide receiver

    Notre Dame's Will Fuller might have had the best catch of Week 2, but where does he rank amongst top wide receivers? After two weeks Fuller finds himself at third while USC's Juju Smith tops the list.

  • Premier League Matchday 5: Top Saves of the Week

    With all the action between the posts, find out which saves were crowned as the top denials from Round 5 of the 2015-16 Premier League season.

  • Cody Parkey takes blame for Eagles loss, Chip Kelly explains not going for it

    Eagles coach said getting nothing on the third-and-1 preceded it led him to send Pro Bowl kicker Cody Parkey out there, not anticipating him to miss a 44-yard field goal in a 26-24 loss to the Falcons.

  • Peyton Manning’s touchdown passes have sharply declined; comments on injury report

    Peyton Manning is the NFL’s all-time record holder in passing touchdowns, with 530. He’s the all-time record holder for most passing touchdowns in a season, with 55.

  • Mad Dash: College goaltender ejected for ... chugging?

    In today's Mad Dash: A college netminder chugs a beer on the ice, Tim Tebow is now throwing is nephew instead of footballs and a youngster plays the saxophone and soccer at the same time.

  • Mad Dash: Miss America weighs in on Tom Brady controversy

    In today's Mad Dash: Miss America says Tom Brady "definitely cheated," the Rams' social media department skewers Russel Wilson and a Bills fan experiences a painful end to his tailgate.

  • Mad Dash: J.J. Watt's bruised thigh will blow your mind

    We always hear that NFL players play through pain, but aside from the occasional bloody nose there aren't often effective visuals of the physical trauma they suffer on the field. That is until J.J. Watt took to Twitter to show the American public the gargantuan bruise that he sustained in the first of half of the Texans' September meeting with the Bills. The injury clearly didn't affect the two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, who recorded five tackles and an 80-yard interception return for a touchdown in that game.

  • Mad Dash: Two Dozen Nebraska baseball players get stuck on elevator

    The University of Nebraska gave a whole new meaning to the phrase "squeeze play" on Wednesday. While in Minneapolis for the Big 10 baseball tournament, 24 members of the Nebraska Cornhuskers were trapped in an elevator together. Senior catcher Tanner Lubach captured the scene on his phone, and the circumstances look as tight as they sound. No official word yet, but we suspect that packing two dozen hulking ballplayers onto a single elevator might have had something to do with it getting stuck in the first place.

  • Mad Dash: Colbert roasts Wake Forest athletics in commencement speech

    It's an easy time to crack wise about the Wake Forest athletic department. During the 2014-15 campaign, the Demon Deacons football team combined with the men's and women's basketball programs to win just 29 games. Stephen Colbert, who spoke at the university's commencement ceremony Tuesday, went right for the low-hanging fruit.

  • Mad Dash: Barack Obama gets Twitter, subtly trolls Cubs

    White Sox fanship knows no love for the Cubs, and despite Barack Obama's current role as the country's foremost man of the people, he doesn't either. The President, who famously prefers the baseball franchise on the South Side of the Windy City, joined Twitter on Monday and proceeded to follow every team in Chicago - except for one. Judging by his outfit at the 2009 All-Star Game, we'd be awfully surprised if the omission was an accident.

  • Mad Dash: Penn State lineman tackles tree straight out of ground

    Someone needs to tell Anthony Zettel there are easier ways to landscape. Jordan Dudas, a teammate of Zettel's at Penn State, posted a video on Instagram of the senior defensive lineman legitimately tackling a tree out of the ground. It is a form tackle which should come as no surprise after Zettel's sparkling 2014 season. The 6-foot-4, 278-pound defensive tackle totaled eight sacks last year en route to a first team All-Big Ten selection, but this is by far the most impressive tackle Zettel has ever logged.

  • Golf game lacking? Let Arnold Palmer help you out with his favorite tip

    Golfers are always dying to give you their favorite tip. Keep your head down. Follow through. Make sure you get the club back on plane after your hands' transition from backswing to downswing. The truth is most of these gems are coming from people who can't keep the ball in the fairway themselves.