Six years ago, when I first linked up with Cure Duchenne, there was no cure in sight.
Bournemouth beat Liverpool, 4-3, behind Nathan Aké' 93rd-minute goal
This week on Tuesdays with Richard on Thursdays, Richard takes us back in time as he watches some of his old high school film as part of a new series, Basement Tapes.
Several members of the football community took to social media to express their grief over the death of Joe McKnight.
When you walk onto the pitch at Old Trafford, it is not just a pitch, it is a stage. If my father could see me on that stage, I think he would be very proud. I was always kind of chasing him, and I think even though he’s not here, he helped me to get to this place.
Since our team has started winning I’ve had a lot of people ask me, “Coach, what’s the secret?”
When my teammates and I are just chilling in the dorms, playing FIFA, Madden or NBA 2K, all we talk about is going to the Dance this March. Honestly, I get chills every time I think about it.
Even though my season might have been finished, our season wasn’t. Not even close. We were just getting started.
My phone lit up. It was a text from Pierre, who was on the other bus. I was thinking that it had to be something about the game. But I couldn’t have been more wrong.
To have the game taken away from me three times — each time left to wonder if I would ever be the same again — that was hard. That was the first time the word retirement had ever crept into my head.
Welcome to Week 12 of the Wednesday Morning Math Challenge. This week, we’re going to look at one problem — but it’s a hard one.
My name is David Ortiz, and I’m playing Fair or Foul.
I was lucky enough to play in two of the craziest Super Bowls in recent memory. You remember the Mario Manningham catch down the sideline? You remember Santonio Holmes in the back of the end zone? I was there for both of those.