PFT: Tom Brady, who turns 36 in August, says he has "never felt better throwing the football" and his confidence is peaking.
PHT: The Red Wings entered their series with the Blackhawks as massive underdogs. That's no longer the case after taking a 2-1 series lead Monday.
PBT: San Antonio executed its game plan well in Game 1, shutting down Grizzlies star Zach Randolph.
Ten years after playing at Colonial, Annika Sorenstam explains how it was the most defining - and misunderstood - experience in her career.
Posnanski: Albert Pujols' at-bats used to be buzzworthy, must-watch events. Now, they're not. Here's the result of his struggles the past few years.
The Godolphin doping scandal deepened Monday, with British racing authorities announcing that seven more horses have tested positive for steroids, including the winner of the world's oldest classic.
PST: It's been a long time coming and now it's official — Jose Mourinho will leave Real Madrid at the end of the season, opening the door for a rumored move to Chelsea.
MST: Americans represent exactly one-third of Sunday's Indy 500 field. It's been six years since a U.S. driver has won the prestigious race and Ed Carpenter holds the pole.
CFT: The University of Miami has come under scrutiny for alleged NCAA infractions, but one unnamed Hurricanes assistant coach says the SEC gets away with far more unreported violations.
OlyTalk: Despite being spotted on a high school track in April and being cleared to race at Paralympic Worlds, South African sprinter Oscar Pistorius won’t run in 2013 in order to focus on his upcoming murder trial.
There may not be a rivalry in all of college basketball more unique than the Battle of the Boulevard, which pits Belmont against Lipscomb.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong said stepping down from his cancer foundation Livestrong was the worst moment he experienced in the entire fallout from his doping scandal.
Armstrong said the decision to quit the charity he founded was harder to deal with than when he was exposed as a drug cheat, banned for life and stripped of his seven Tour de France wins.
"That was most humbling moment," he said in the second and final part of televised interview with U.S. talk show host Oprah Winfrey that was broadcast on Friday.
"(I was asked) to step down as chairman. A couple of weeks later the next call came - I was asked to step aside. That was the lowest."
(Reporting by Julian Linden; Editing by Peter Rutherford)
|Saturday, May 18||1 - 4:30 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TBD||TDB|
|4:30 - 6:30 p.m.||Preakness Stakes||Baltimore, Md.||Bob Costas, Tom Hammond, Gary Stevens, Randy Moss, Kenny Rice, Bob Neumeier, Mike Battaglia, Donna Brothers, Michelle Beadle, Laffit Pincay III, Larry Collmus|
|Sunday, May 19||1 - 3 p.m.||Agmen Tour of California||California||Phil Liggett, Paul Sherwen, Bob Roll, Steve Porino|
|3 - 6 p.m.||NHL Playoffs: Teams TBD||TDB||TDB|
Note: All times ET