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.
With the NBA's trade deadline on Thursday, the Los Angeles Clippers are looking at a number of moves, with most centered around backup point guard Eric Bledsoe. Both the Celtics and Jazz are interested in the third-year guard from Kentucky.
Clippers forward Grant Hill is hoping to return to game action later in January, the Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday. Hill hasn't played during the 2012-2013 after suffering a bone bruise to his right knee in the pre-season.
Frustrated following their second loss in three games, Kobe Bryant blamed age for the Lakers' struggles on Tuesday night. The Lakers are just 15-16 overall heading into Friday's match-up with the Clippers.
Following his team's 21-7 victory over USC, Georgia Tech defensive back Rod Sweeting was named the Sun Bowl MVP. Sweeting was one of three Yellow Jackets defensive backs to intercept Trojans' quarterback Max Wittek.
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets stunned the USC Trojans in this year's Sun Bowl, winning 21-7 in El Paso. The Trojans finished the year at 7-6 after starting the season ranked No. 1 in the country.
On Monday the LA Galaxy announced the signing of Italian goalkeeper Carlo Cudicini. Cudicini last played for Tottenham Hotspur of the English Premier League.
The Stanford Cardinal are playing in Tuesday's Rose Bowl thanks in large part to quarterback Kevin Hogan. The red-shirt freshman started the Cardinal's last four games, including a Pac-12 Championship Game win over UCLA
After contemplating an offer to be an assistant coach at Tennessee, on Tuesday night Tee Martin announced he'd instead remain at USC. Martin is a former Vols quarterback who just finished his first season on Butch Jones' staff.
On Wednesday, USC wide receiver Marqise Lee was named a Walter Camp All-American finalist. The winner will be announced December 6 and the award will be handed out on January 12, 2013.
On Wednesday, USC wide receiver Marqise Lee was named an AFCA first-team All-American. The sophomore finished the 2012 regular season with 112 catches and 1,680 receiving yards.