Concussion Expert Says Letting Kids Play Football Should Be Considered Child AbuseThe doctor who discovered CTE believes that letting anyone under 18 years old play football should be considered child abuse.
Patriots Fans Brave Cold For Tailgating Traditions And SuperstitionsFor those not content with watch parties from the couch, tailgating is the answer for Saturday's Patriots playoffs game.
Army Beats Navy 21-17 To End 14-Year Losing Streak In SeriesArmy ended a 14-year run of frustration against Navy with a 21-17 victory Saturday.
Syracuse Beats Boston College 28-20Eric Dungey threw for 434 yards and three touchdowns in his second straight big week, powering Syracuse to a 28-20 ACC road victory over Boston College on Saturday at Chestnut Hill.
Harvard Football Recruits 9-Year-Old To Join TeamMeeting your teammates for the first time can be intimidating when you're 9-years-old and they're huge.
BC Breaks Losing Streak With 26-7 Win Over UMassBoston College broke a nine-game losing streak with a 26-7 victory over Massachusetts at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on Saturday.
Rookie Spotlight: Silver & Black Defense Rises With Addition Of Strong Safety Karl JosephOakland Raiders rookie safety Karl Joseph is compact and powerful, and the team will look to their first-round draft pick to help soften the blow of losing future Hall of Famer Charles Woodson to retirement.
Jay Talking Travel: Portugal Episode Five - Hardcore SoccerThe style of soccer played at the local level in Portugal is brutal, with players being carried off the field on stretchers.
Elliot Pellman, Controversial NFL Medical Advisor, Forced To Retire By Roger GoodellThe man who once downplayed the link between head trauma and football is no longer working for the NFL.
Peyton Manning To Retire After 18 NFL SeasonsA person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that Peyton Manning has informed the Denver Broncos he's going to retire.
Boston's Best Bars To Watch Super Bowl 50There are many Boston sports bars that host great Super Bowl parties, especially with this year being Super Bowl 50.
Helmetless Football Drills Can Reduce Head Injuries, Study SaysThe study authors believe that helmetless training would cut down on the number of football-related head and neck injuries.