Good Morning: 11.9.12



The Colts trounced the lowly Jaguars to move Andrew Luck closer to the playoffs in his rookie year.


Oklahoma City beat the Bulls in Chicago while The Clippers took down the Blazers.


USC's team manager was fined for deflating balls during the Oregon game, adding to the number of black marks USC has earned over the past few seasons.


Ndamukong Suh was named the NFL's dirtiest player for the second season in a row.


Hakeem Nicks isn't worried about his stats this season, saying “stats is for girls.”


Rajon Rondo says he can beat Ray Allen, Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Usain Bolt in a race.


Meanwhile, KG doesn't like “silly ass commercials.”





Falcons LB Stephen Nicholas dances off with Emmanuel Lewis


Mark Wahlberg will replace Shia LeBouf in the fourth installment of Transformers.


Rihanna dropped by A$AP Rocky's tour stop at the Palladium to check out her new opening act. (Bonus: Photo gallery of Rihanna's photo shoot with Kate Moss and pics from the Victoria's Secret fashion show.)





The Republican party has admitted the need for immigration reform within the party, and also said they would not try to repeal Obamacare any longer.


Stock up on gas: New York is about to impose gas rations.


Iran has yet to comment on whether they intentionally fired upon a US fighter drone on Nov. 1, causing a formal warning from the U.S.


Chinese President Hu Jintao gave a speech condemning the corruption within China's government, stating it could be the end of their system of government if not controlled soon.


The Economist looks at options for the looming debt crisis.


The 2012 election shows the Occupy movement won over the Tea Party movement. Charles Pierce looks at what's to come for the Occupy movement.





Check out President Obama's heartfelt speech to his campaign staff, thanking them for their efforts during the election





Good Friday joint from Devin the Dude's new movie soundtrack, Highway, this one with Tha Dogg Pound and Rob Quest.


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