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.
Final 4 available on TV, radio and online
Fans hoping to catch Saturday's Final Four coverage will be able to do so via a number of different options. Games will be broadcast live on television and radio and streamed online and via smartphone.
Chicago Fire acquire midfielder Joel Lindpere
The Chicago Fire acquired midfielder Joel Lindpere the club announced on Friday. Lindpere comes to the Fire after three seasons with the New York Red Bulls where he scored 15 goals and added 18 assists.
Bulls win over Miami could be a turning point
For the Chicago Bulls, Friday's 96-89 victory over the Miami Heat wasn't just a big win but potentially the turning point of the season. The Bulls have struggled recently as they await the return of guard Derrick Rose.
Marc Trestman to interview as Bears head coach
In a surprising move, the Chicago Bears will interview current CFL head coach Marc Trestman for their vacant opening, NFL.com reports. Trestman has won two Grey Cups in his five years with the Montreal Alouettes.
Notre Dame's Brian Kelly denies NFL interest
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly denied interest in any NFL job at Saturday's BCS National Championship Game media day. Kelly told reporters, "Leaving is not an option."
College Football Hall of Fame leaving South Bend
Seventeen years after arriving from Ohio, the College Football Hall of Fame will close its doors in South Bend, Ind., on Sunday. The facility will now move to Atlanta and re-open during 2014.
NIU linebacker commemorates trip to Orange Bowl
For Northern Illinois Victor Jacques, a trip to the Orange Bowl also provided an opportunity to get a new tattoo. The Miami native had the city's skyline inked on his left arm, along with an Orange Bowl logo.
Rip Hamilton expected to return Saturday night
Rip Hamilton is expected to return to the Chicago Bulls lineup on Saturday night when they face the Washington Wizards. Hamilton has missed Chicago's last 12 games due to an ankle injury.
Urlacher listed as doubtful for Sunday
Despite practicing for the first time in nearly a month on Friday, Brian Urlacher is listed as doubtful for this weekend's game against Detroit. A Bears win and Minnesota loss would get Chicago into the playoffs.
Bulls host Wizards Saturday looking for a win
After an embarrassing Christmas Day loss, the Chicago Bulls will look to bounce back with a victory over the Washington Wizards Saturday night. The Wizards come to Chicago with an NBA-worst 4-23 record.