Former South Carolina Gamecock Deebo Samuel led San Francisco in receiving Sunday en route to a 36-26 win over Arizona.
Cornerback Trayvon Mullen lead the defensive effort for the Oakland Raiders Sunday in a big win over Cincinnati.
Former Clemson defensive stars Vic Beasley and Grady Jarrett combined to sack New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees four times in the Atlanta Falcons victory Sunday.
Mel Hamilton, a Charleston native and Lake City resident, is a member of the Black 14, a group of men kicked off the football team at Wyoming in 1969 for protesting racial injustice. The school officially apologized to the players in September.
Ashleigh Barty, the No. 1 women's tennis player in the world, has committed to the 2020 Volvo Car Open, adding to one of the more competitive pools in recent years.
Former South Carolina defensive end Melvin Ingram led the Chargers' defense Sunday in a big win over Green Bay.
Former Clemson star Deshaun Watson picks up a big win in London, tossing two touchdowns en route to 201 yards passing.
Former Gamecock Deebo Samuel scored his second touchdown of the season as his San Francisco 49ers routed the Carolina Panthers.
Sloane Stephens, the winner of the 2016 Volvo Car Open, is returning to Charleston for the 2020 tournament. She's joining a pool that includes Madison Keys and Simona Halep.
Former Clemson Tiger DeAndre Hopkins had his best game since Week 1 on Sunday, albeit in a Houston Texans' loss to Indianapolis.
Under a new proposal, the Charleston RiverDogs and other South Carolina farm teams could be moved up to double-A or eliminated from minor league baseball in an effort to restructure the league.
Shoeless Joe Jackson is a defended hero in "Field of Dreams" and honored at minor league ballparks in Charleston and Greenville, but the best player who took part in the 1919 World Series "Black Sox" scandal remains one of baseball's most embarrassing characters.
Former South Carolina Gamecock and Alshon Jeffery had a team-high 76 receiving yards and a touchdown for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Former College of Charleston star Brett Gardner wasn't supposed to have this big of a role for the Yankees this season. Now, he's a main cog in the team's quest for a World Series title.
Gene Sapakoff column: Rebecca Veeck died Monday after a fight with Batten disease. She's best remembered as the joyful, inspirational star of the first family of baseball fun.
Gene Sapakoff column: Cut by the Buffalo Bills, former Clemson player Ray-Ray McCloud has quickly fit in with his new team, the Carolina Panthers, thanks to some advice from his college head coach, Dabo Swinney.
Former Clemson star Sammy Watkins scored three touchdowns Sunday in Kansas City's 40-26 win over Jacksonville.
Former South Carolina Gamecock Alshon Jeffery played a huge role in the Philadelphia Eagles' comeback victory Sunday over Washington.
Gene Sapakoff column: Running back Christian McCaffrey's bid for 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving in the same season makes the Carolina Panthers worth watching, win or lose
The Houston Astros dealt Clemson's Seth Beer to Arizona hoping to boost their World Series chances. But will they regret losing such a promising prospect?
The 2020 ballot for the SC Football Hall of Fame includes Wando legend and former NFL star Dexter Coakley, as well as former Citadel players and coaches among other legends with Lowcountry ties.
Ex-Citadel star pitcher James Reeves has been a dominant relief pitcher this season, setting himself up for a promotion to triple-A next season and hopefully a chance to play for the Yankees in the Bronx.
Former Wimbledon champion Garbiñe Muguruza has committed to the 2020 Volvo Car Open. She joins 2019 winner Madison Keys, who committed earlier this month to the Daniel Island tournament.
Clemson, coming off a 15-0 season and led by a cast including quarterback Trevor Lawrence, is No. 1 in the 2019 preseason Associated Press football poll
Charleston RiverDogs outfielder Canaan Smith is having one of the best offensive seasons in team history, on par with former greats Delmon Young and Josh Hamilton.
Former West Ashley High school standout Brett Toth, an offensive lineman and 2018 graduate of West Point, is seeking a waiver from the Army to defer his two-year service commitment in order to play for the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL.
Atlanta Braves legends Marquis Grissom and Mark Wohlers will meet fans and sign autographs Saturday at Charleston Sports Pub.
A recent string of triple plays in the MLB and the farm system have gone bad for former Clemson star Weston Wilson, as well as other players with South Carolina ties.
Kiki Cuyler, who played a minor league season in Charleston in 1922 before becoming a Major League Baseball star, was inducted into the Charleston Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Pro Football Hall of Fame middle linebacker Nick Buoniconti has died at the age of 78. He dedicated his later years to caring for his son, Marc, who was paralyzed while playing football for The Citadel. Father and son worked to raise more than a half-billion dollars for paralysis research.
After nine seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy signed a one-year, $8 million contract with the Carolina Panthers.
Carolina Panthers rookie quarterback Will Grier, the son of Oceanside Collegiate football coach Chad Grier, has been a life-long Panthers fan.
Steve Wilkerson, a fomer Clemson baseball player, was called on to pitch for the depleted Baltimore Orioles in a marathon win over the Los Angeles Angels and made history, becoming the first position player to record a save.
Gene Sapakoff column: The hypocrisy on display at college football media events this week was not limited to name, image and likeness chatter. It also included talk about the impact of sports gambling on the mental health of athletes and support for a third full-time assistant baseball coach.
Former South Carolina pitcher Taylor Widener was mentioned as a possible minor league trade target ahead of the MLB trade deadline.
Gene Sapakoff column: Nick Saban's national championship game excuses and other comments at SEC Media Days indicate the legendary Alabama head coach is still struggling to find answers for Clemson, winners of two of the last three national titles.