The thirty-second spots for chips, beer, babes and flatulent slackers star in the big game.
David Zirin argues for a Super Bowl chock-full of advocacy ads.
The Tim Tebow commercial is no departure at all for viewers of the big game.
If not for the incessant backlash against NBA players, the all-white All-American Basketball Alliance would never have gotten off the ground.
The Supreme Court will soon tell the NFL whether it can knock out competition by cutting deals as a single entity.
University of Texas football coach Mack Brown is getting a $2 million bonus while the rest of campus is tightening its belt.
The Nation's Dave Zirin weighs in on the year's biggest controversies from A-Rod to Michael Vick to Tiger Woods.
The "Press Box Red" was a top sports writer who led the first sustained campaign to integrate Major League Baseball.
The teachable moment of the Tiger Woods circus: if you front for the worst, don't expect anyone to have your back.
The teachable moment of the Tiger Woods circus: if you front for the worst of the worst, don't expect anyone to have your back.