Good Morning: Baylor Is Creepin’ On The Buckeyes & The BCS

The BCS polls revealed very little surprise, as all the top-dogs kept rolling, but the Baylor Bears inched closer to passing Ohio State for the third spot, a vital position to be in down the stretch. In the AP Poll however, the Bears did pass the Buckeyes, meaning both teams will essentially be at the mercy of voters and how their opponents fare for the rest of the season. Good riddance, BCS.


The Denver Broncos handed the Kansas City Chiefs their first loss of the season, as the vaunted Chiefs' D couldn't get to Peyton Manning. Allowed to stand upright, Manning threw for 327 yards and a score, as Denver won at home, 27-17. The two top teams in the NFL meet again in KC in two weeks.


The Philadelphia Eagles snapped a 10-game home losing streak with a victory against the Washington Redskins that gave them sole possession of first place in the NFC East. LeSean McCoy led the way with two TDs.


Marques Colston became the Saints' all-time leader in catches, as Garrett Hartley's three field goals gave New Orleans a three-point win over San Fran.


The Buffalo Bills forced four turnovers on their way to victory over the Jets, as Geno Smith continued his up-and-down rookie season. Two fans were hurt after one fell from the third deck in Buffalo.


Interim coach of the Denver Broncos, Jack Del Rio, interviewed with USC for their vacant head coaching gig.


Matt Schaub replaced Case Keenum for a few plays, was immediately booed, and the Texans lost to the Raiders.


A report says the focus of the NFL's probe into the Jonathan Martin situation will focus on OL coach Jim Turner.


Belmont stunned UNC with a last-second three in the Hall of Fame tipoff, UNC's first out-of-conference loss in eight years.


Jack Taylor of Grinnell scored 109 points, upping his average to 90 points on the season.


Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni says it's too soon to tell when Kobe will return.


Rumor has it that the Knicks are shopping Iman Shumpert, and are interested in Omar Asik and Rajon Rondo.


Workers in Qatar building stadiums for the World Cup are "being treated like animals," according to a new report.


If you can't beat 'em, pull their hair out.


Here are the top ten dunks of last week.




Kanye West stopped by Harvard to talk about design, utopia and politics.


Clams Casino hooked up with HP and will use their technology to produce a beat live on YouTube over the next two days.


Lupe Fiasco discusses "Black Skinhead," his upcoming work, hip-hop, and his place in the pecking order.


18-year-old producer Eric Dingus remixed Drake's "Worst Behavior" and got a shout-out on OVO's blog.




Sony sold 1 million PS4's on the first day they were available. 


Doctors issue more warnings about the state of antibiotics, saying they will soon becomes useless given how much our society overuses them.


Some parents in New York are keeping their children home from school, preventing them from taking national standardized testing in a protest against such policies. 


Up to 4.8 million people will lose their jobless benefits at the end of the year.


The NSA has seen a 988% increase in records request claims, of which they have answered none in the name of national security.


Five people are reported dead and dozens were injured as tornados broke out in the Midwest.




Timbaland dropped a track with Jay Z, Drake and James Fauntleroy. Enjoy.