|Editor In Chief||Alison Overholt|
|First issue||March 11, 1998|
|Final issue||September 2019|
|Company||ESPN Inc. (The Walt Disney Company/Hearst Communications)|
|Based in||Bristol, Connecticut|
The main sports covered include Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Football League, National Hockey League, college basketball, and college football. The magazine typically takes a more lighthearted and humorous approach to sporting news compared with competitors such as Sports Illustrated and, previously, the Sporting News.
Some of the regular departments, in their magazine order:
Most of these departments and features were dropped after a 2011 editorial change. As of 2016, only Zoom and The Biz still appear regularly. There is also a recurring column that focuses on Sabermetrics, as well as The Truth, a back-page editorial that focuses on controversial topics.
The annual "Body Issue", which debuted in 2009 as its answer to the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, features naked and scantily-clad athletes. The "Body Issue" addresses the physical structure of the most popular athletes to show what parts of their body they see as almost "perfect".