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Howard Schnellenberger’s Legacy Gets a Shine This Postseason

Howard Schnellenberger’s Legacy Gets a Shine This Postseason

Howard Schnellenberger, who helped shape the landscape of college football at his various coaching stops, at his home in Boynton Beach, Fla.

At the Volvo Ocean Race, Teammates Turn Into Rivals, for Now

At the Volvo Ocean Race, Teammates Turn Into Rivals, for Now

Blair Tuke of the Spanish team Mapfre during the sixth leg from Hong Kong to Auckland, New Zealand.

Bad Blood Between the Yankees and the Red Sox Is Good for Baseball

Bad Blood Between the Yankees and the Red Sox Is Good for Baseball

Yankees first baseman Tyler Austin, center, started a scrum with Red Sox relief pitcher Joe Kelly, left, in the seventh inning on Wednesday night at Fenway Park in Boston.

Politics Ensnare Mohamed Salah and Switzerland at the World Cup

Politics Ensnare Mohamed Salah and Switzerland at the World Cup

Granit Xhaka, left, and Xherdan Shaqiri making a double-eagle symbol after scoring against Serbia.

N.F.L.’s Alternate ‘Cheerleaders’ Don’t Cheer or Dance

N.F.L.’s Alternate ‘Cheerleaders’ Don’t Cheer or Dance

Jackie Chambers, a 33-year-old model, worked as a noncheering cheerleader for the Houston Texans last season.

Prepping for Indy 500 and Awaiting World Cup

Prepping for Indy 500 and Awaiting World Cup

Tony Kanaan’s face on his Indy 500 trophy. He keeps it at home in a special cabinet.

Roger Goodell Expected to Demand Millions of Dollars From Jerry Jones

Roger Goodell Expected to Demand Millions of Dollars From Jerry Jones

The Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, right, with N.F.L. Commissioner Roger Goodell at an owners meeting in December. In the midst of a public feud with Goodell last fall, Jones had threatened to sue several fellow owners over a contract extension for Goodell that Jones argued was overly generous.

The ‘Two Worlds’ of the Champions League Keep Drifting Apart

The ‘Two Worlds’ of the Champions League Keep Drifting Apart

F.C. Basel goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik during a Champions League loss to Manchester City, which has a budget 10 times the size of Basel’s.

North Dakota’s Loss of Division I Women’s Hockey Leaves a Void

North Dakota’s Loss of Division I Women’s Hockey Leaves a Void

Nora Valinski, 5, after playing a hockey game in Grand Forks last month. The University of North Dakota dropped women’s hockey in March, and many worry that its absence will affect girls’ participation in the sport throughout the state.

LeBron James: The Strange Thrill of a One-Man Show

LeBron James: The Strange Thrill of a One-Man Show

LeBron James has upended the notion of basketball as a team sport by almost single-handedly powering the Cleveland Cavaliers through the playoffs. Yet two losses in the finals against the Golden State Warriors gives his dazzling athletic performance a futile air.

Michael Eisner Sketches a Happy Ending for Portsmouth F.C.

Michael Eisner Sketches a Happy Ending for Portsmouth F.C.

Michael Eisner at a Portsmouth F.C. match in December. Eisner, the former Disney chairman, bought control of the club in August, a few months after it won promotion back into English soccer’s third tier.

Nick Saban Has Six New Assistants at Alabama — and Will Probably Still Win

Nick Saban Has Six New Assistants at Alabama — and Will Probably Still Win

Head Coach Nick Saban of the Alabama Crimson Tide will head into the season with an overhauled roster of assistant coaches.

Raised on Rugby

Raised on Rugby

Fog lifted off the field in the early morning before a game at the Waikirikiri Reserve in Gisborne, New Zealand.

He Signed the Denial Letter. Now He Helps Former N.F.L. Players Get Benefits.

He Signed the Denial Letter. Now He Helps Former N.F.L. Players Get Benefits.

Paul Scott, a former bureaucrat at the N.F.L.’s disability plan, has turned the arcane knowledge he acquired into a thriving business helping players get thousands of dollars in benefits.

One Smart Coach: How Are the Rockets Getting Away With All That Dribbling?

One Smart Coach: How Are the Rockets Getting Away With All That Dribbling?

Mariah Musselman, 8, paid close attention to the number of the times Rockets players dribbled in Game 5.

Asked to Shoulder the Load for Yankees, Lance Lynn Falters

Asked to Shoulder the Load for Yankees, Lance Lynn Falters

Lance Lynn was left in a bit too long and served up a home run to Miami's Miguel Rojas.


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