Good Morning: Dream’s Over, Pittsburgh

Adam Wainwright pitched a complete game to end the Pittsburgh PIrates' World Series dream with a 6-1 victory. The Cards will meet the Dodgers in the NLCS.


The Oakland A's will turn to rookie pitcher Sonny Gray in Game 5 against the Tigers.


After the Tampa Bay Rays fell to the Boston Red Sox, David Price told the media he expects to be traded this offseason.


Aldon Smith was charged with felony weapons possession.


The Atlanta Falcons will sign Brian Robiske to shore up their WR corps. The Falcons also say the idea of trading Tony Gonzalez is "preposterous."


Kobe Bryant was given the green light to crank up his recovery.


Kyrie Irving tells kids in Cleveland that he won't leave like LeBron did.


Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee will host the Virginia Tech Hokies, as they take on the Vols in 2016. BMS can hold up to 160,000 people. 


The Chicago Cubs will interview Rick Renteria for their vacant head coaching position.


USA gymnastics hit back at racist comments made by an Italian gymnast, who later apologized.


UGA RB Todd Gurley still can't practice, but coach Mark Richt is hopeful he can play against Missouri this weekend.


Jadeveon Clowney returned to practice for the South Carolina Gamecocks.





Craig Robinson was arrested for trying to bring drugs on a plane in the Bahamas. Come on, man. You gotta smoke it all there. 


Rick Ross announced his next album, Mastermind, will come out on Dec. 17th.


Timbaland previewed a track with Jay Z and Drake.


Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel ironed out their differences, then Kanye had some things to say.

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Wale released a video for "Simple Man."





Business leaders are feeling the weight of the government shutdown and with their sway on politicians lacking, many are considering primary campaigns against GOP leaders perpetuating the situation.


Sources say the GOP will propose a deal that raises the debt limit, but keeps the government shut down.


California expanded the availability of abortions in the state, bucking the national trend of tighter restrictions.




Nottz and Blu release the latest track from their collaboration, with Rashad on the hook.

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