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Judge Approves Altered Settlement in Head Injury Class-Action Lawsuit Against NCAA

Jan 27, 2016 AM EST With a federal judge's approval now in hand, the NCAA settled a class-action lawsuit with thousands of former student-athletes over head injuries.

CJ Beathard Likely to be Ready by Summer Following Hernia Surgery

Jan 26, 2016 PM EST One of the most integral parts of Iowa's surprising 12-2 season, quarterback C.J. Beathard successfully underwent hernia surgery and is expected to recover fully.

Melissa Click: Mizzou Interim Chancellor Won't Rush Decision on Employment

Jan 26, 2016 PM EST The University of Missouri's interim chancellor is emphasizing patience in determining Melissa Click's future with the school.

Todd McShay's Latest Top 32 Feeds the Hype Surrounding Carson Wentz

Jan 26, 2016 AM EST To mark the passing of the underclassman declaration deadline and the start of Senior Bowl week, ESPN's Todd McShay unveiled an updated Top 32.

Senior Bowl 2016 Preview: Carson Wentz Bound to Get Biggest Spotlight this Week

Jan 26, 2016 AM EST Possibly the most intriguing prospect taking part in the Senior Bowl this week in Mobile, Ala. does not have so much as a minute of FBS game tape.

Scientists Develop Concrete that Melts Snow, Ice on Its Own (WATCH)

Jan 26, 2016 AM EST A team of researchers has seen promising results from concrete that can produce just enough of an electrical current to melt snow and ice on its surface.

James Webb Space Telescope Soon Reaching Important Milestone

Jan 26, 2016 AM EST NASA is taking a massively important step toward the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope, which will succeed Hubble in 2018.

Oil Seeps in Gulf of Mexico Not Affecting Phytoplankton

Jan 26, 2016 AM EST Tiny microbes called phytoplankton are doing well in the waters above oil seeps in the Gulf of Mexico.

Maty Mauk Suspended After Video Alleging Drug Use Surfaces

Jan 26, 2016 AM EST For the third time since the fall, the University of Missouri suspended Maty Mauk from its football team, but this time it seems abundantly clear why.

AP Top 25 College Basketball Week 12: Oklahoma Stays on Top, Loses Ground to North Carolina

Jan 25, 2016 PM EST The Oklahoma Sooners lost just hours after the Associated Press made them the fifth new number-one team of the season last week, but they held their position atop the poll regardless.

Ole Miss Football Recruiting News: Tre Nixon Taking Lethal Speed to Oxford

Jan 25, 2016 PM EST With all the attention LSU has been getting for its juggernaut recruiting class, Ole Miss has flown relatively under the radar with a monster incoming class of its own.

Erica Kinsman, FSU Settle Lawsuit out of Court for $950,000

Jan 25, 2016 PM EST The woman who accused Jameis Winston of raping her in Dec. 2012 has settled her lawsuit with Florida State University for its alleged indifference to her complaint.

Study Ties Record-Setting Heat to Manmade Climate Change

Jan 25, 2016 PM EST With 2015 officially recognized as the hottest year on record, climate scientists believe it is getting increasingly harder to point to any culprit that is not climate change.

Melissa Click Charged With Simple Assault for Pushing Mizzou Student Journalist

Jan 25, 2016 PM EST Melissa Click was charged with assault for her involvement in preventing media personnel from covering demonstrations on the University of Missouri's campus.

Scientists Develop Frost Repellent Thanks in Part to Namib Desert Beetle

Jan 25, 2016 AM EST Drawing inspiration from the Namib Desert Beetle, a team of researchers developed a method for preventing frost from forming on a variety of surfaces.

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