Only at The Washington Times: Thom Loverro discusses sports.
Clinton Portis takes on John Riggins in a losing battle.
Nationals infielder Ronnie Belliard is gone, traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers. He won't be forgotten.
Legendary UFC heavyweight Randy Couture, at the age of 46, will face Antonio Noguiera at UFC 102 tonight.
Donovan McNabb's negative reaction to Michael Vick's playing time Thursday night should not be a surprise
Livan Hernandez is a Washington Nationals pitcher again. ESPN better watch out.
The federal court ruling Monday against single game sports betting in Delaware is just putting off the inevitable -- bet on it.
Listen to Thom Loverro and co-host Kevin Sheehan on "The Sports Fix" today from noon to 2 p.m. on ESPN 980 AM and espn980.com
Baseball owners would be better off by making Scott Boras a member of the club
James Brown should not be doing the 60 Minutes interview of Michael Vick.
Rick Pitino wrote a book about how the right choices lead to success. Maybe he should have read it.
Washington Nationals pitching prospect Jordan Zimmermann needs Tommy John surgery, so let's make it mandatory for all pitchers.
UFC was a rousing success in its Philadelphia debut, with two great wins by Anderson Silva and B.J. Penn
Boredom set in at the Wachovia Center, so the fans started their own action.
The Wachovia Center sounds like the seventh game of a Flyers Stanley Cup playoff.
Here's the scene and the first three fights from UFC 101 in Philadelphia.
By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
The young drop coverage to avoid higher premiums