It looks like Connecticut won’t become the fourth state in the country to allow assisted suicide, at least not this year.
Florida Gulf Coast is without question the story of the tournament — but they’re not going to beat Florida.
Oklahoma State had a terrific season, but got by far the toughest draw out of any five-seed in the bracket. Keep an eye on Oregon.
By Jon Rothstein » More Columns Brandin Knight is a busy man. The Pitt assistant and former Panthers point guard has just begun the most pivotal month on the college basketball calendar. For Knight, March […]
He doesn’t wow you with any one thing he does, but Yogi Ferrell was brilliant in the Hoosiers’ win over Michigan on Saturday night.
The anchor of Buckeyes’ attack on the both sides of the floor, there couldn’t be a list of glue guys without mentioning Aaron Craft.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
A gunman killed two people before turning the gun on himself in a mall in Portland, Ore., Tuesday afternoon.
With Alabama losing Saturday, the complexion of the BCS has turned completely upside down.
In the hard-hit borough of Staten Island, the dig-out and clean-up continue, and it was not without some major help Monday.
This weekend the road to the BCS continues, and the top teams cannot let off the throttle.
Even without Musa Abdul-Aleem, South Florida coach Stan Heath is still bullish on his group that will play a completely different style than last season.
Led by quarterback Everett Golson and a stingy defense, the Irish should be able to hold off a talented Michigan team and stop the Wolverines’ streak at three.
The Tide are coming off one of the most impressive performances in college football history. They were the best team last year, and they’re the best team this year.
Basketball in New Rochelle just got real interesting. Again. Norvel Pelle’s decision to attend Iona makes the Gaels a national story for the second consecutive season.