Jay Feely: Stanford Has To Play Sound, Assignment Defense To Stop Rashaad PennyCBS Sports college football analyst discusses the match-up between the Cardinal and the Aztecs.
CBS Celebrates 50 Years Of The NFL TodayPhil Sims and Nate Burleson join The NFL Today, CBS's flagship NFL program that's celebrating its 50th year.
CBS Sports Expands Coverage Of 2017 PGA ChampionshipThe 2017 PGA Championship tees off next week, with CBS Sports' live 18-hole coverage of the PGA Tour's fourth major, from Quail Hollow.
CBS Sports Is Now Official Home Of The CrossFit GamesThe 2017 Reebok CrossFit Games will be covered across multiple platforms as part of a new deal with CBS Sports.
3T- Matt Snyder of CBS Sports on AstrosSean, Rich and Ted talk to Matt Snyder of CBS Sports about the Astros vs Yankees series, and the early MLB season.
The Best of The Triple Threat 05-09-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Tuesday 05-09-2017
Keidel: Bill Cowher, Steward Of Steelers' LegacyBill Cowher, the former Pittsburgh Steelers coach, had the NFL's best coaching record and a Super Bowl win in his 15 years.
3T - CBS Sports NFL Draft Analyst Dane Brugler 05-02-17Sean, Rich and Ted talk with CBS Sports NFL Draft Analyst Dane Brugler about the Houston Texans selections, and his thoughts on the NFL Draft as a whole.
3T - Matt Moore NBA Writer CBS Sports 04-24-17Sean, Rich and Ted talk to NBA writer for CBS Sports, Matt Moore, about the Rockets vs Thunder series, Steve Kerr missing games, Rockets matchups for the second round, and more.
3T - CBS Sports NFL Draft Analyst Dane Brugler 04-24-17Sean, Rich and Ted talk with CBS Sports NFL Draft Analyst Dane Brugler about slot receivers that could be available for the Texans, which players might go much earlier than many expect, and more.
Why Would Any Quarterback Choose To Play For Houston?When Tony Romo elected to leave football, and potentially join the Houston Texans as their starting quarterback, to join the CBS television booth he said, "It really had nothing to do with the Texans and everything to do with CBS."
Nick Faldo On The Masters: 'A Lot Of Great Names To Consider'With the Masters set to start at Augusta, CBS Sports' Nick Faldo and Jim Nantz highlight the many storylines at this year's first major.