Good Morning: Clayton Kershaw Chopped The Braves’ Bats In Half

Clayton Kershaw earned his first postseason victory against the Atlanta Braves, striking out 12, while allowing just three hits as the LA Dodgers cruised to a 6-1 win in Game 1 of the series.


The St. Louis Cardinals made even easier work of the PIttsburgh Pirates, thanks to Carlos Beltran's playoff bat. He mashed a three-run homer during the Cards' seven-run third inning, which pretty much ended the game. The Cards won 9-1.


The Browns-Bills game saw both starting quarterbacks go down injured and ended with the Browns winning their third game in a row since trading Trent Richardson. 


Magic Johnson says the Dodgers will not go after Robinson Cano. 


Dwight Howard says he wants to emulate LeBron James and go from villain to champion.


UCLA escaped Utah with a 34-27 victory despite a Todd Hundley pick-six, 100 yards in penalties and an offense that looked like Lane Kiffin designed it. 


Check out how frustrated they are down in Texas. This is terrible. Mike Davis with the cheap shot against Iowa State. The Longhorns managed to win this one, 31-30.


The Seattle Seahawks will expand their stadium by 2,000-3,000 seats next season.


Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim calls paying players "the most idiotic suggestion of all time." 


Barry Sanders discussed concussions and new NFL rules with HuffPo.




Rick Ross and MMG were sued by Wembley Stadium after Rozay and co. bailed on a concert last year.


Take a walk throguh the 'hood with Pusha T and Kendrick Lamar in Pusha's video for "Nosetalgia."


Dom Kennedy releases another track ahead of his Oct. 15th album. 




Here's the shutdown update: "Speaker John Boehner won't even let the bill get a yes-or-no vote, because he doesn't want to anger the extremists in his party," Obama said. "That's all. That's what this whole thing is about."

We're gonna be here awhile.




Lauryn Hill, everyone. This is must listen.