Rothstein Files: This And That Around College BasketballTemple is now in prime position to challenge for yet another Atlantic 10 title after the Owls officially added Boston University big man Jake O'Brien as a transfer this past week.
Rothstein Files: This And That Around College BasketballSt. John's is going to be incredibly young and inexperienced at the beginning of the season, but you won't want to play this team in February.
Massapequa Man Pleads Guilty To Crash That Killed 3 Boston University Students In New ZealandStephen Houseman, of Massapequa, pleaded guilty Wednesday to seven counts of careless driving causing injury or death.
L.I. Student Charged In New Zealand Crash That Killed His ClassmatesA college student from Long Island has been charged in the crash that killed three of his fellow Boston University students in New Zealand. A student from New Jersey was among those killed in the crash.
Hartnett: Derek Boogaard Remembered, One Year LaterA year has passed since Derek Boogaard's tragic death. The hockey world hopes that through his loss that more can be learned about concussion to prevent future tragedies.
Manalapan Girl One Of Three Boston University Students Killed In New ZealandBoston University is planning to hold a candlelight vigil for three students, including Daniela Lekhno of Manalapan, who were killed when their minivan crashed during a weekend trip.
Massive Solar Storm Could Disrupt Your Electronics, TravelEarth is getting bombarded by solar flares right now. Radioactive particles from this week's solar activity have reached our planet -- and a lot of people are worried about the fallout.
Rothstein Files: Five Observations From BU-VillanovaVillanova will need a nightly double-double from their junior big man once they hit the Big East.
Rothstein Files: Monday Morning College Hoops NotebookThe way the Hoosiers played against the Wildcats for 40 minutes proves they're good enough to be in the field of 68 come March.
NFL Grants Nearly $1 Million To Concussion ResearchNFL Charities is donating a total of $1.6 million for sports-related medical studies at 16 organizations this year, including a record $988,224 to 10 groups focusing on head injuries and neurological problems.