'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Shakir Bell sits across a table in a small conference room, shaking his head.
A year after being picked by many to win the Big Ten in its first season in the conference, Nebraska isn't even the favorite in its division.
Montee Ball has changed the pronunciation of his first name _ it's Mon-tay instead of Mon-tee, if you don't mind.
Independence Day undoubtedly stirs sadness in many folks, including loved ones of former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair and former Northwestern University men's basketball coach Ricky Byrdsong.
This offseason stings. It's not because the American University women's basketball team lost a shot at its first NCAA tournament appearance. It's because the Eagles lost Kayla.
Luke Donald goes into the U.S. Open ranked No. 1 in the world, and to listen to the casual golf observer, that can only mean one thing.
Taylor Thornton scored twice, including the game-winning goal with 16:19 remaining, and second-seeded Northwestern advanced to the NCAA women's lacrosse championship game with a 9-7 victory over No. 3 Maryland on Friday night.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Maryland women's lacrosse team left College Park bound for Stony Brook, N.Y., and LaValle Stadium - a trek that has become quite familiar for the Terrapins.
Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots spent the majority of the 2012 NFL draft focused on improving 2011's league-worst defense.
The New England Patriots selected wide receiver Jeremy Ebert of Northwestern with their second pick in the seventh round of the NFL draft on Saturday.
It turns out you can recycle just about anything these days _ even kidneys and other organs donated for transplants.
Lindsay Porter's kidneys were failing rapidly when a friend offered to donate one of his. Then she made an unusual request: Would he donate part of his immune system, too?
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo has never seen anything like this.
With less than a week to go before Selection Sunday, there still is plenty that can unfold. And with 16 regular-season conference winners not yet underway in their league tournaments after this past weekend, there are plenty of places for havoc.
The house at the end of the block was fast taking on the feel of a shrine when Joe Paterno stepped into the crisp November night with his wife, Sue, by his side. Students had gathered on the lawn, some carrying hand-lettered signs, many near tears and all of them confused, sad and angry.