Solomon Wilcots may have had one season in the black and yellow, but he’s an expert on all things football and he took the time to weigh in on this Thursday’s match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens. Amid numerous controversial stories, there is still football to be played and games to be won. Week two starts with the Ravens and Steelers in an AFC North divisional match-up.
Get ready for the premiere of Thursday Night Football, and five more all new fall series, when CBS airs a special first look of “CBS Fall Preview.”
He’s a former NBA player, he works with the Indiana Pacers and he’s a College Basketball analyst for CBS Sports – Clark Kellogg joins New School in-studio to talk about the big Final Four tournament happening at AT&T Stadium.
The Metroplex is gearing up for one of the biggest sporting events since the Super Bowl.
CBS Sports college basketball analyst Doug Gottlieb jumped behind the mic with the legendary Roger Emrich to create audio gold.
Accuse some of the announcers calling next month’s Final Four on national TV of bias toward one team and their bosses at the networks will be flattered.
Greg Anthony will call his first Final Four and national championship game as CBS Sports and Turner Sports make some changes for their coverage of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.
The Houston Texans, who hold the first overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, are in the market for a franchise quarterback. Whether they’ll take one No. 1 remains to be seen…
They’re not Super Bowl favorites, but they’re not bottom feeders either. In CBSSports.com’s initial Power Rankings, the Dallas Cowboys open the season at No. 14, four spots behind division-foe New York.
According to reports, troubled Dallas Cowboys DT Josh Brent is retiring from football per his agent Peter Schafer.
With Chris Paul re-upping in Los Angeles and a Bledsoe trade requiring the taking on of ballast, the Mavs point guard attention quickly turned to Jose Calderon.
These are the players who deserve a pat on the back. Not because they’re good but because they’re good and remain, in some ways, vastly underappreciated.