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Christopher L. Gasper

Expansion was inevitable, but it’s too much, too soon, and other thoughts on the College Football Playoffs

The CFP decided to take a headlong dive into an expanded pool, tripling the size to 12 teams starting with the 2024 season. 55 minutes ago


Hingham’s Lilly Reale, UCLA rally past UNC to claim national championship in overtime

The Bruins became the first women's soccer program in NCAA history to win the title with a first-year coach. Margueritte Aozasa's team was also the first to come back from two goals down to win the title. 1 hour ago

Knights 4, Bruins 3

Knights end Bruins’ 14-game home winning streak in a shootout

Taylor Hall tied the game at three at 3:08 of the third period. 1 hour ago

Celtics 116, Raptors 110

Celtics erupt in the third quarter, hold off Raptors late behind Jayson Tatum’s 31 points

Boston outscored Toronto, 35-17, in the third quarter to take control of the game, and closed it out as the Raptors chased a comeback. 1 hour ago

Kevin Paul Dupont | On Hockey

Bruce Cassidy and the Bruins both find success after parting company

Game No. 536 in Cassidy’s coaching career was like none of the others. 1 hour ago

Peter Abraham | On Baseball

At baseball’s Winter Meetings, one question keeps arising: What are the Red Sox doing?

It's hard to figure out what the plan is in the Red Sox front office with their shortstop situation, or if there is one at all. 2 hours ago


Red Sox looking lower in pitching market, for ‘upside, consistency, and leadership’

With front-line starters coming off the market, and Boston appearing unwilling to spend at that level, Chaim Bloom and Co. have a plan to address their glaring need for arms. 2 hours ago


Justin Verlander gets record-busting two-year deal with the Mets

The three-time Cy Young winner leaves Houston to step in for Jacob deGrom, New York's two-time NL Cy Young winner who just jumped to Texas as a free agent.