Stanford star running back Bryce Love was unable to be in attendance for Pac-12 media day in Los Angeles this week, and one writer is criticizing him and his school over the absence.
Policing the Media
Several Philadelphia Eagles players were angry over the way a FOX News report presented images of them kneeling in prayer as if they were national anthem protests, and the network has since apologize
The defending champion Houston Astros moved to the American League in 2013, but one Boston radio station apparently forgot that much this week.
UPDATE: TNT later said that LaForce asked James before the interview whether he wanted to comment, and he did.
Tennis reporter Ben Rothenberg was at the center of a controversy on Saturday after he received backlash for his description of an exchange Serena Williams had with a different reporter on Thursday a
A lot of holes have been poked into ESPN’s report that said Sean Miller was caught on a wiretap discussing paying Deandre Ayton to come to the University of Arizona.
A radio host is under fire for making an inappropriate comment about 17-year-old American snowboarder Chloe Kim, who won a gold medal in the women’s halfpipe at the Olympics this week.
New York Times writer Bari Weiss is backtracking after stirring up a firestorm with an ill-advised tweet about American figure skater Mirai Nagasu.