Aaron is an author, journalist and blogger originally from Connecticut who now lives on the West Coast. He is the managing editor of the college football website CrystalBallRun.com, founder of AaronTorres-Sports.com and has also had work published for Fox Sports, Sports Illustrated and Slam Magazine. He published his first book, "The Unlikeliest Champion" in December 2011.
Temple hires offensive coordinator
New Temple head coach Matt Rhule hired an offensive coordinator on Sunday, naming Nevada's Nick Rolovich to the position. Rolovich directed college football's No. 4 ranked offense in 2012.
Penn State not ranked in BlogPoll Top 25
After their loss to Ohio State over the weekend, Penn State is not in this week's BlogPoll Top 25.
Three Big East teams expected to go to bowl games
Cincinnati, Louisville and Rutgers are all projected in the latest college football bowl projections.
Freddy Adu may be done in Philadelphia
After missing two straight games, rumors are beginning to swirl that Freddy Adu's time with the Philadelphia Union is done.
Union's McInerney wants changes in the off-season
Philadelphia Union striker Jack McInerney would like to see his club make some changes this offseason.
Injured NHL stars still paid during lockout
Despite the league being locked out, NHL players deemed "unable to perform" are still receiving their full payment while the league misses games.
Wayne Simmonds facing racist chants in Europe
On Sunday, hockey player Wayne Simmonds was subjected to a racial slur during a game in the Czech Republic.
Rollins, Ruiz named Gold Glove finalists
A pair of Philadelphia Phillies, Jimmy Rollins and Carlos Ruiz, have been named finalists for this year's Gold Glove awards. The awards will be presented Tuesday evening.