The current WWE World Heavyweight Champion just made his WrestleMania 31 winning/losing odds a bit more interesting.
Brad Keselowski led just one lap in Sunday’s Auto Club 400 – the final one – to get his first win of the NASCAR season. Click here for the results and highlights.
Two years removed from winning the national championship, Louisville is looking to make another tournament run. Get to know the man working to get them there, Cardinals Head Coach Rick Pitino.
The NASCAR schedule brings the drivers to the short track of Martinsville Speedway in Virginia for the STP 500 on Sunday. Get all the race information here.
Having endured a torrid spell at Manchester United, Radamel Falcao is on for another big money move this summer. But who will want to pay $20.5m a year for a seemingly broken striker?
He may be Real Madrid’s record signing, but Gareth Bale is the man Los Blancos fans love to hate. Why? Because he’s young, he’s rich, and he isn’t Cristiano Ronaldo.
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Another game, another double-digit spread Kentucky is giving. The Wildcats are 11-point favorites over Notre Dame with a trip to the Final Four on the line.
Despite having the top seed in the West, Wisconsin is the underdog for Saturday’s Elite 8 matchup with No. 2 Arizona. Get the game’s odds here.
The Angels’ Mike Trout tops Heavy’s 2015 outfield rankings for fantasy baseball. Click here to get the full list of rankings and projections.
NC State shocked Villanova in the Round of 32 while Louisville shocked nobody as they make their 4th consecutive appearance in the Sweet 16.
Jim Nantz is a CBS sportscaster who does play-by-play for the NFL, PGA Tour (including The Masters) and college basketball (including the NCAA Tournament).
Duke rolled through the first weekend and remain a popular Final Four favorite. After upsetting Georgetown, Utah looks to shock the Blue Devils.
Between injuries and players regressing, 1B had a down year in fantasy in 2014. This year, expect players to bounce back and young players to ascend the ranks.
3B is a source of some of the most productive players in all of fantasy baseball. In 2015, the position is as stacked as it has ever been before.
Between an already stable group of existing veterans and rising young stars, SS will have some value in 2015. Our No. 1 SS differs from most rankings.
In 2013, 2B was increasingly thin in fantasy, but received a much-needed infusion of youth in 2014. Young players look to build on last season for 2015.
San Francisco Giants catcher and three-time World Series champion Buster Posey will have competition this season atop the C rankings in fantasy baseball.