US fans of the National Football League (NFL) and sports reporters assigned to specific teams have unrealistic expectations about how well their team will perform, finds new research from UCL and Oxford University.
In a brief interview following a 2014 National Football League playoff game, African-American football player Richard Sherman made controversial statements about his opponent and his own football prowess on national television. ...
White or Asian men are the typical employees in major US technology firms, and this has changed little since the first wave of "diversity reporting" last year.
On the Ivy League campus of Dartmouth College, even the football tackling dummies are smart.
A 24-hour news cycle, viral videos and tweets about football players' run-ins with the law can make it seem like criminal activity is an epidemic in the National Football League.
A bomb blast or a rough tackle can inflict brain damage that destroys lives. Yet at the time of impact, these injuries are often invisible. To detect head trauma immediately, a team of researchers has developed a polymer-based ...
If a defensive coordinator of a National Football League (NFL) team could predict with high accuracy whether their team's opponent will call a pass or run play during a game, he would become a rock star in the league and ...
Twitter is huddling with the National Football League as it tackles the challenge of attracting a broader audience to its short messaging service.
DraftKings, a leading player in the booming fantasy sports business, announced Monday that it raised $300 million from a group of investors that includes Fox Sports and three major sports leagues.
Fantasy sports were once just a fun way for diehard fans to express their love of the game together with other zealots, without actually getting out on the field themselves.