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Complex simplicity: How Sean McVay became the most exciting coach in the NFL
The youngest coach in Super Bowl history always seemed destined for success, writes Steve O’Rourke.
'It's a bit unusual' - Tipp's Padraic Maher struggling to understand Galway situation
However, he says that if the players are unhappy, they’re better off saying it now than during the season.
RTÉ's Six Nations preview features a very special guest
Can you tell who it is yet?
Here's your AFCON wallchart
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off in South Africa today, with 10 previous winners among the 16 competing countries.
The Redzone: NFL playoff push gathers pace
Last weekend went a long way towards determining who will reach the postseason this year but this weekend could all but seal it for some teams.
26 songs for 26 miles: Here’s your Dublin City Marathon playlist
Most people listen to music when they run so we’ve helpfully put together a potential playlist for tomorrow’s Dublin City Marathon. You’re welcome.
The Redzone: Eli becoming a Giant among men
Steven O’Rourke is over his Peyton man-crush and has found his love for the younger Manning brother. Here’s this week’s NFL preview column.
The Redzone: Is this the real life, is this just fantasy?
What started as a simple distraction has turned into a borderline obsession that is ruining Sunday nights.
Fantasyland: Looking for value to climb the leader board
There’s no point in signing the same players as everyone else if you want to make a move up the leader board.
VIDEO: Just a 30-yard behind the back pass for a touchdown
It might not have been the most logical pass to make, but it sure was effective.
The Redzone: The 49ers can cool the Jets
With both teams unexpectedly 2-1, but for very different reasons, there’s a lot on the line in New York this weekend.
The Redzone: It’s time for the NFL to say enough is enough
It’s getting to the stage where the NFL have to make a deal with their regular referees or risk putting players’ lives in real danger, writes Steven O’Rourke.
In Pictures: All-Ireland football final day
A selection of the images that brightened the streets of Dublin on All-Ireland final day.
Open thread: What did you make of today's All-Ireland football final?
The wait is over for Donegal but did they deserve the win? Tell us what you think.
Dublin too strong for Meath in All-Ireland MFC Final
The Dubs justified their tags as strong favourites with an impressive six point victory over Meath.
O'Brien looks to make amends in T20 World Cup shootout
It will be winner takes all when Ireland take on the West Indies on Monday and Niall O’Brien is relishing the prospect.
VIDEO: Two players carry the ball in for a touchdown
Only one of them could be credited with the score though.
What's in a name? Nominative determinism in sport
There are those who believe that a person’s name has an influence over what they do in life. That may well be true for these sport stars.
McLaren's Whitmarsh rejects F1 favourites tag
Despite three wins in succession, the team know there’s still a lot of work to be done.
NFL to honour Steve Sabol at week three games
NFL Films visionary to be honoured in every stadium during week three.
Hawks secure Grand Final berth against Swans
Hawthorn will play Sydney in the 2012 AFL Grand final after victory over Adelaide.
Poulter: Playing in Ryder Cup brings more pressure than a major
Englishman will line up for Europe for the fourth time in Illinois next weekend.
Wenger warns Walcott he could be sold
Arsenal boss says the winger could be sold in January if he fails to sign a new contract.
Laudrup moves to clarify match fixing comments
Swansea boss had said he didn’t think paying a team to win was as bad a paying one to lose.
Preview: Premier League gameweek five
It’s round five in the Premier League and the top and bottom are both starting to take shape.
McCullum makes history on the double against Bangladesh
New Zealand batsman looks like setting the T20 Cricket World Cup on fire.
Del Bosque hints at quitting football after Spain role
Former Madrid supremo suggests this job is the pinnacle of a a manager’s career.
The Redzone: Crossing the zebras
The longer the referee strike continues in the NFL, the more players will try to take advantage of their replacements
The Redzone: Raiders of the lost art of defending
Reggie bush ran for two touchdowns and 172 yards yesterday but the Dolphins running back must give an assist to an Oakland defence that closely resembled a sieve.
Premier League Preview: Reading v Tottenham
Will Spurs’ form improve or can Reading secure three home points?
Gameweek four: Premier League previews
The international break is out of the way and the Premier League returns. We’ve got all the team news you need to know.
Bland closes in on long-awaited first European Tour victory
After 15 years on Tour, the English player leads the Italian Open at the halfway stage.
Carlo Ancelotti hails John Terry's 'character'
Former Chelsea boss found Terry “a fantastic captain.”
Argentina's Lobbe bemoans Rugby Championship schedule
Pumas will have to travel to Australia just a week after playing All Blacks in New Zealand.
Tour of Britain: Tiernan-Locke takes overall lead.
Leopold Konig of Team NetApp picks up victory in stage six.
Calderon: Real should sell Ronaldo
Former Madrid supremo thinks the club should let their star go if he is not happy.
Allegri backs banned Conte
Milan Boss thinks Conte’s continued ban is hurting Italian football.
All Blacks out to end home season on a high
Undefeated All Blacks play their last home game of 2012 tomorrow night.
Real Madrid become first club to earn €500 million in one year
The Spanish champions have also managed to reduce their debt by one quarter.
The Redzone: Can Panthers pounce on stumbling Saints?
15 teams will go into week two of the NFL knowing a loss significantly reduces their chances of making the play-offs.