The death of Tony Gwynn renewed the push get smokeless tobacco out of Major League Baseball, and that’s fine if the issue is addiction, as opposed to role models.
The man known as Flash clearly has lost a step.
San Antonio's brand of basketball is perhaps America's favorite "pass" time.
The NBA is missing some wonderful branding opportunities.
All they do is win over there at Chapel Hill High School.
Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann takes you to the big game during Old School Alumni Weekend.
N.C. Central took full advantage of five Maryland Eastern Shore errors Thursday morning in the 2014 MEAC Baseball Tournament on the way to a 10-5 win to stay alive in the now single-elimination loser's bracket at Marty Miller Field. The Eagles meet Norfolk State in round 3 at 10 a.m. Friday.
Eagles to face Maryland Eastern Shore in MEAC Baseball Tournament loser's bracket game at 9 a.m. Thursday, May 15. ... Ortiz, Williamson, Simpson honored by MEAC ... NCCU falls to Norfolk State in MEAC opener 6-1.
Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann dives beyond the crab legs to bring you this update on Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston.
In a game that started on March 23, N.C. Central could not hang on to a 6-0 lead over Florida A&M as the Rattlers climbed all the way back thanks to Bennie Robinson’s RBI double in the bottom of the eighth to take down the Eagles 9-8 on Saturday afternoon at Moore-Kittles Field in Tallahassee, Fla.
With a chance to earn a share of the MEAC’s Southern Division baseball title on the line, N.C. Central committed four errors and left eight men on base in coming up short against Savannah State 6-4 Friday.