Good Morning: Dos a Cero Lives On In USA Mexico

The USMNT held off an early wave of attack from Mexico and stormed out in the second half behind Eddie Johnson's 49th minute header, courtesy of Landon Donovan's corner. Donovan went on to score the second, putting the US up 2-0 over Mexico for the fourth match in a row played in Columbus, OH. The win officially sends the USMNT to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup, as Juergen Klinsmann keeps looking like a genius.


Meanwhile, Gabriel Torres pulled this off for Panama.


Alfonso Soriano hit two bombs for the New York Yankees to boost them to a 7-5 win over Baltimore, as the Red Sox beat the Rays 2-0 in Clay Buchholz's return from injury.


T. Boone Pickens said he was disappointed by the SI report detailing a pay-for-play scandal at Oklahoma State, while several former Cowboys denied the allegations, including Dez Bryant.


A bar in Alabama has Johnny Manziel pinatas for patrons to destroy.


Ndamukong Suh was hit with a $100,000 fine for his cut block against the Vikings.


Brandon Jacobs re-signed with the New York Giants.


Phil Jackson signed on as the executive producer for a new Showtime series about a family that runs an NBA basketball team. Ron Shelton will direct.


The NCAA is using stall tactics in court against Ed O'Bannon.


Oscar De La Hoya checked himself back into rehab and will miss the mega fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Canelo Alvarez. He previously went to rehab for cocaine and alcohol abuse.


Justin Upton left the Braves-Marlins game early after fouling a ball off his right leg.


Brandon Jennings says the Detroit Pistons should "own the glass" this season.





Kendrick Lamar called out Meek Mill during a show in NYC.


Nicki Minaj was sued by a producer claiming she stole "Starships" from him. He posted a mashup of the two songs. Pretty similar. 


Earl Sweatshirt announced the dates for his North American tour.


Tyler the Creator released a trailer for his upcoming movie WOLF, which is also the name of his album.


Pusha T has a My Name Is My Name documentary. Here's the third part, in which he discusses Chicago's rap scene and calls it the most authentic music in hip-hop.


Eddie Murphy released a video for his single with Snoop, "Red Light."





The United Nations released findings from their investigation, ruling that eight massacres have been carried out by the Assaed regime, while the rebels are responsible for one. They are still investigating nine other mass killings since March, but cannot officially identify the prepetrator.

"Relentless shelling has killed thousands of civilians and displaced the populations of entire towns. Massacres and other unlawful killings are perpetrated with impunity," the commission concludes. "An untold number of men, children and women have disappeared. Many are killed in detention; survivors live with physical and mental scars of torture. Hospitals and schools have been bombarded."


Voters were not sympathetic to the comeback stories of Anthony Weiner or Eliot Spitzer, neither of whom won their respective races. Weiner apparently rode off into the sunset with his middle finger waving.


California proposed a medical marijuana bill that will essentially overrule federal regulations.


The President will spend his day at memorials for 9/11 in New York and DC, while the nation debates privacy and security 12 years after the attack.





Rick Ross released another banger with French Montana, Diddy and Meek Mill called, "'Bout That Life." Who do you think wrote Diddy's verse?