The Daily Madden
John Madden’s weekend got off to a good start, watching the Raiders’ win in their exhibition opener Friday night.
On the road and down by double digits, playing in a dome with incredibly distracting noise, Coach Madden praises the 49ers’ young quarterback for making all the right adjustments, exercising great communication, and executing the right plays to propel San Francisco to a Sunday victory over Atlanta and a trip to the Super Bowl.
San Francisco Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford is one of the few players in recent history to be born and raised in the Bay Area and be a regular on the big-league club.
The regular NFL officials returned to work Thursday night, and the fans gave them a warm welcome back before bestowing their loudest cheers upon the Baltimore Ravens, who never trailed in a 23-16 victory over the winless Cleveland Browns.
The sports world – and in fact, much of the country and general public – continues to reel from Thursday’s release of a 267-page report on the Penn State sexual molestation scandal.
Major League Baseball takes its annual mid-summer break for the All-Star game Tuesday night in Kansas City. And, well ahead of the first pitch, there was plenty of chatter about who would take the mound.
There’s been plenty of chatter about the potential for college athletes to be paid. In fact, collegiate athletic directors from some universities planned to meet and discuss the matter – and may even be ready to push a formal proposal forward.
The starting lineup for a so-called “meaningless” Cactus League game involving the San Francisco Giants on Friday had two names that were sparking some buzz: Freddy Sanchez and Buster Posey.
In Wednesday’s chat with the KCBS morning crew, John Madden talks about unsafe celebrations and other demonstrations by athletes that backfire.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Did Giants manager Bruce Bochy leave ace pitcher Tim Lincecum in the game too long in the team’s 7-4 loss to the Rockies Monday night? Some analysts and a lot […]