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Derrick Henry Confirms He'll Enter NFL Draft Alongside A'Shawn Robinson

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST Derrick Henry ended his career in Tuscaloosa about as well as he could have hoped for, with a Heisman Trophy in one hand and a National Championship trophy in the other.

Mizzou Self Imposes Sanctions for Men's Basketball Program Violations Under Frank Haith

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST The University of Missouri self imposed harsh sanctions on its men's basketball program in hopes that the NCAA would add no additional punishment.

Second Largest Black Hole in Milky Way Disguised Itself as a Gas Cloud

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST A team of astronomers has spotted what they called the second largest black hole in the Milky Way galaxy.

NCAA Power 5 Conferences Pass New Concussion Protocol

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST With their increased autonomy to self-govern, the NCAA's Power 5 conferences passed a new policy concerning in-game concussion protocol.

ISS Crewmembers Cut Spacewalk Short Due to Helmet Water Leak

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST The International Space Station called off a spacewalk planned for Thursday afternoon because of a water leak in the helmets of the crewmembers tasked with carrying it out.

Judge Rules 'Jackie' Must Turn Over Documents Pertaining to 'A Rape on Campus' Story

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST In hearing the University of Virginia's lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine, a judge ordered the woman who was the subject of the now-retracted article to turn over all documents she has that ...

Titanosaur Goes on Display at American Museum of Natural History in NYC (LOOK)

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST The American Museum of Natural History unveiled the massive skeleton of the Titanosaur, a dinosaur that likely was about 122 feet long.

Ithaca College President Tom Rochon to Resign Amid Unrest on Campus

Jan 15, 2016 PM EST Since the ouster of the University of Missouri's system president, other schools' student bodies have found their voices elevated by public interest in their case.

Orca Whales, Dolphins Dying off in European Waters Due to PCBs

Jan 15, 2016 AM EST Though PCBs have been banned in Europe since the 1970s, they are linked today to threatening orca whales and dolphins with extinction.

Lane Kiffin Not Only Reparied His Reputation, but Earned a New Identity

Jan 15, 2016 AM EST Lane Kiffin's stock as a football coach is reaching a fever pitch, but the Alabama offensive coordinator may be holding out for the right situation to present itself.

Astronomers Spot Brightest Supernova Ever Seen in the Universe

Jan 15, 2016 AM EST Think of the last time you stared at the sun, and how long it was before you had to look away, and now think of something being 570 billion times more luminous.

Mammoth Remains Place Humans in Arctic 45,000 Years Ago

Jan 14, 2016 PM EST A team of researchers examined ancient mammoth remains dating back tens of thousands of years ago that place humans in the Arctic earlier than believed.

NFL Mock Draft 2016: Mel Kiper Puts a Familiar Face 1st Overall, Predicts Big Drops

Jan 14, 2016 PM EST The second of ESPN's two NFL Draft experts released his first mock draft, and Mel Kiper agreed with his colleague Todd McShay on the first overall pick.

NCAA to Allow Early NBA Draft Entrants to Come Back to School After Combine

Jan 14, 2016 PM EST The NCAA changed a policy on the NBA Draft more favorable to players who enter their names before exhausting their playing eligibility.

Largest Canyon in the World Could be Sitting Beneath Antarctic Ice Sheet

Jan 14, 2016 PM EST The world's largest canyon may be sitting beneath the Antarctic ice sheet and if satellite readings are accurate, it stretches more than twice as long as the Grand Canyon.

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