Good Morning: Gary Patterson Begins War of Words With Les Miles

TCU coach Gary Patterson slams Les Miles' disciplinary record, specifically about allowing Jeremy Hill back on the team after he avoided jail time. Patterson, whose Horned Frogs take on the Tigers on August 31, said, “My whole team would vote Devonte (Fields) to be back on the team because they all want to win. That doesn’t teach life lessons.


Calvin Pace took a page out of Bernard Pollard's book and decided to keep his termination letter from the New York Jets in his locker.


CJ Spiller will get the ball "until he throws up" according to Buffalo Bills OC Nathanial Hackett.


Johnny Manziel's parents are selling their Texas A&M home, fueling speculation Manziel is on his way out of Texas.


Raiders RB Darren McFadden basically reveals that Matt Flynn will be Oakland's starting QB.


The Chicago White Sox rallied late and beat the Yankees 6-5 in 12 innings, sending New York home winless since Alex Rodriguez returned.


Texas stole seven more bases against the LA Angels, who have let 101 out of 124 base stealers get away with it, and beat the Angels 10-3.


Matt Harvey threw his first complete game shutout, beating Colorado 5-0.


The Phillies and Chase Utley agreed on a two-year, $27 million contract.


DeJuan Blair signed with the Dallas Mavs.


The USMNT returned to the top-20 in the FIFA World Rankings after a two-year hiatus. 


Yeah, Mario Balotelli can dunk, too.


Marshawn Lynch helped make a video aimed at keeping Oakland kids in school.




Beyonce and Jay Z reportedly handed out over $4 million in bonuses to their staff. Bey also got a haircut, while Jay reconciled with Dame Dash.

Joey Bada$$, A$AP Rocky, Stalley and The Internet all joined the 10th anniversary of Rock The Bells lineup which already featured Danny Brown, Big KRIT, Curren$y, Earl Sweatshirt, the Wu-Tang Clan, Talib Kweli, Rakim and Kid Cudi.


Drake reveals he signed Majid Jordan to OVO.


SchoolBoy Q releases a video for "Collard Greens" with Kendrick Lamar.




The NSA's claims that it does not "target" American citizens seems to be true, however it is misleading. Within their searches of suspected foreign terrorists, they also sweep up plenty of information on US citizens and people around the world. Essentially, they seem to be arguing that their target is selective, but their sweeps are potentially all-encompassing. 


A teenager in Miami died after being tased for spraying graffiti on an abandoned restaurant. 


California prisons may be forced to let out over 1,000 prisoners to comply with a court order, as they frantically try to figure out how to reduce their overcrowded and inhumane prisons.


JP Morgan revealed they face more civil and criminal charges over their role in the mortgage crisis. 

As the investigations drag on, the bank is racking up significant legal costs. To help cushion against potentially hefty payouts to the authorities, JPMorgan recorded a $678 million expense for additional litigation reserves in the second quarter, up from $323 million in the same period a year ago, according to the filing on Wednesday.

The bank also estimated it could incur up to $6.8 billion in losses beyond its reserves, nearly $1 billion more than the first quarter of the year.




Stalley's mixtape Honest Cowboy hits the web today. Here's a sample with SchoolBoy Q.