Former NFL Player Explains Why He Traded The Field For The Classroom
John Urschel was once a lineman for the Baltimore Ravens. He's now a math professor at MIT.
8 elite teams vie for 4 spots in College Football Playoff
It all begins with the PAC-12 Championship Game in Las Vegas, which essentially becomes a quarterfinal for the playoff picture.
Oregon St., Washington St. secure scheduling deal with Mountain West
The two schools will reportedly pay about $14 million to the Mountain West next year as part of the agreement.
Cristiano Ronaldo slammed with $1 billion lawsuit for promoting crypto
The lawsuit accuses the soccer star of acting unlawfully in his promotion of NFTs issued by Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange.
Developing nations say rich world needs to do more for climate change
Several African leaders noted their continent's rainforests helped gobble up excess carbon dioxide in the air from other countries.
Protester sets themself on fire outside Israeli consulate in Atlanta
Fire officials said a security guard who tried to stop the person was burned on his wrist and leg as well.
Far from the West Bank, Vermont shooting victims face new fear
Three students, all age 20, have been attending colleges in the eastern U.S., and were out for a walk when a man approached them and shot them.