N.C. State nearly dished out some deja vu to the Clemson Tigers, who fell to the Wolfpack on the road a couple of years ago in surprise fashion, but couldn't complete the comeback against a Clemson squad with a wide open schedule until they meet FSU. The Tigers won 26-14.
Still, props to NC State fans for this.
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Andy Reid took care of business in his former stomping grounds, as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles 26-16. LeSean McCoy ran for a 41-yard touchdown in the fourth, becoming the first player to ever rush for five touchdowns of 40 yards or more in the fourth quarter.
Former Browns GM Mike Holmgren said he'd have quit his job if the team traded Trent Richardson under his watch.
“Philosophically, if I am the coach and someone came in anywhere and did that, I’d say ‘OK, fire me, or I’m going to quit,’” Holmgren told KJR’s Dave Mahler, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. “Or we’re going to both go into the owner and talk about this and then we’ll see who’s still standing.”’
“How do you make your team better by trading your best player?” Holmgren said. “He’s the best offensive player. He’s a valuable, valuable guy.”
Tampa Bay safety Ahmad Black owes the NFL $21,000 for his hit on Jimmy Graham.
Richard Sherman 1, Colin Kaepernick 0.
Bengals RB Gio Bernard has a hamstring injury.
Tim Tebow may join Edward Snowden in Russia.
The NFL is attempting to sue MIA for her middle finger during the Super Bowl.
A Tupac biopic, tentatively titled Tupac, will film in Atlanta beginning next year.
Go behind the scenes with MMG as they drop their latest collaboration, Self Made 3
Danny Brown took some molly, then made a music video.
DID YOU REALIZE?
The Syrian government says the civil war has reached a stalemate and wants to discuss a ceasefire.
Al Qaeda is invading Yemen and killed 31 troops.
The President will make another environmentally conscious limit on coal plants.
A government shutdown looks more than likely, in the GOP's final stand on Obamacare in order to secure the lowest-rated Congress of all time. On a related note, the House passed a bill that cuts $39 billion from the food stamps program.
Eric Holder expanded the Justice Department's new stance against mandatory mininums to include any case yet to present a plea, meaning any pending case is eligible for the new sentencing guidelines.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Justin Timberlake drops off a fresh track from part two of The 20/20 Experience.