Detroit Lions' Owner Martha Ford Supports 'Take A Knee' Protest During Anthem The owner of the Detroit Lions, Martha Ford, speaking out in support of NFL players protesting during the national anthem.
Opportunistic Irish Handle Michigan State 38-18Notre Dame routed turnover-prone Michigan State 38-18 on Saturday night.
More Athletes Across Country Take A Knee Supporting Right To ProtestThe Oakland Athletics released a statement on Twitter shortly after Maxwell took a knee during the National Anthem.
Top 25 Takeaways: Contenders Tested, TCU Makes Statement The college football season was all set to be turned upside down.
Granite's 1st HR Caps 8-Run 8th As Twins Top Tigers 10-4The Minnesota Twins beat the Detroit Tigers 10-4 on Saturday night.
O'Korn, Defense Help No. 8 Michigan Rally Past Purdue, 28-10 The Boilermakers managed only 10 yards of offense and one first down in the second half.
Caldwell Signs Multi-Year Contract Extension With Detroit LionsThe Detroit Lions have signed Jim Caldwell to a multi-year contract extension.
Ausmus Wouldn't Have Accepted Extension: "I Wasn't Going To Come Back Anyway"Ausmus said the moves the team made at the Aug. 31 trade deadline made it clear the organization was changing course.
Little Girl Explains Why No One Cares About Your Fantasy Football TeamAfter watching the short video of this little girl talks about fantasy football you should realize that if you wanted to share details about your team, just save your breath.
Is Mike Tirico Drinking The Honolulu Blue Kool-Aid?Heading into Sunday's matchup with the reigning NFC champs, the Lions are one of three unbeaten teams left in the NFC.
A Lenient NCAA Imposes Two-Year Probation On RutgersThe NCAA has placed Rutgers on two-year probation and publically reprimanded and censured the university for failing to monitor its football program over a five-year period between 2011 and 2015.
Calm Down Everyone, This Is Just Halloween Decoration [PHOTO]We should all take a moment and tell this person how awesome their decorations actually are.