IRVING, Texas – What made the Dallas Cowboys defense better than expected last year was its ability to create turnovers.Some of the Cowboys’ deficiencies were masked by the offense’s ability to dominate the clock and the ability to take the ball away.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Among the Mavs who will miss at least the first two preseason games: Dirk Nowitzki (rest), Chandler Parsons (knee), Wesley Matthews (Achilles) and Deron Williams (calf).
Yovani Gallardo will start for the Texas Rangers in their ALDS opener Thursday, and ace lefty Cole Hamels will pitch for the AL West champions in the second game at Toronto.
Clete Blakeman will be officiating Sunday's game between the Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots. Dallas is 2-1 in games he officiates since 2012.
In this week's Take Two, we debate who has the Big 12's best quarterback/running back/wide receiver triplet?
Ivan Maisel, Travis Haney and Brad Edwards discuss the somewhat unexpected success of Utah and Cal, weigh in on Nick Saban's latest rant and talk about Texas' tough situation.
In two starts, Dallas backup quarterback Brandon Weeden has completed 38 of 52 passes for 478 yards with a touchdown and an interception.
It's time for real, live playoff baseball.
On the eve of the 2015-16 NHL season, here are the players who Vegas thinks have the best shot at taking home some hardware in the spring.
Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss Monday night's controversial win for the Seattle Seahawks, Joe Philbin's firing, Charlie Strong's hot seat, CC Sabathia's entrance to rehab and more.
Coming off arguably one of the greatest golf seasons in recent memory, what might help keep Jordan Spieth motivated?
Five things I'm wondering about the Dallas Cowboys.
Ivan Maisel, Travis Haney and Brad Edwards talk about the culture around the Longhorn program at this time and discuss how it seems like the team simply doesn't know how to win anymore.
The Cowboys are still embracing the "next man up" philosophy, but there's no replacing Tony Romo and Dez Bryant.
As we approach midseason, some coaches have picked up major steam on the trail. USC's Tee Martin and Florida State's Tim Brewster top the recruiter rankings.
New No. 1 in Brock Huard's QB Rankings
TCU's Trevone Boykin is the new No. 1 on a list that is 100 percent Buckeyes-free. Top 10 (Insider)
No love for the Rangers?
Texas is seen by many to be the underdog in its ALDS matchup against Toronto. Do any of our baseball analysts think the Rangers will beat the Jays? Playoff picks
Gary Patterson's TCU Horned Frogs have been in flux through the first five games. But they've survived.
ESPN Chalk's Evan Abrams provides the CFB Vegas Rankings after Week 5, an aggregate power rating from Vegas handicappers. Baylor and Alabama now top the list following Ole Miss' loss to Florida.
Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer
TCU QB Trevone Boykin has been outstanding this season, particularly in close games. Boykin is 64 of 103 for 1,040 with 9 touchdowns and 0 interceptions when the score is within 7 points. The Horned Frogs are 17-1 since Boykin took over as TCU's starter before the 2014 season.
With the commitment of ESPN 300 DB Jordan Parker, Oklahoma Sooners had a big weekend on the recruiting front.
Texas Tech might have lost two tough games to TCU and Baylor the last two weeks, but Kliff Kingsbury won big on the recruiting trail Monday night picking up a commitment from the nation’s No.
ESPN's baseball analysts gaze into their crystal balls and make their postseason predictions, including who will win the World Series.