Good Morning: Mike Tyson Used A Fake Penis To Hide His Pre-Fight Cocaine Use

Mike Tyson admitted to drinking, doing coke and smoking weed, often times before fights in his illustrious career, using a fake penis to fool drug testers. Tyson also said he was on cocaine for this video, which makes the scene a bit more understandable.


The young Kentucky Wildcats turned the ball over and missed free throws, but still nearly tipped the Michigan State Spartans in their first big test of the season. It wasn't to be. Tom Izzo's disciplined squad didn't let up in the end, after taking a 10-point lead into halftime, and won 78-74.


The much-hyped battle of the freshmen between Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker was won by Wiggins and the Kansas Jayhawks. Though Parker nearly picked up a double-double (27 points, 9 boards), Wiggins was clutch down the stretch, hitting big shots when KU needed them most. Kansas won, 94-83.


Aaron Rodgers hopes to return to the Green Bay Packers before Thanksgiving.


Ben Roethlisberger doesn't want to hear any talk about "rebuilding."


Vernon Davis says he's "feeling great" just a few days after suffering his second concussion in a year.


Arian Foster is done for the season after the Texans placed him on IR.


John Fox says his goal is to return to Denver's sideline this year.


Louisville's womens basketball coach will buy beer for the first 2,100 fans who show up to watch his team's next game.


Vanderbilt WR Jordan Matthews sets records every time he takes the field, and has several more in his sights with three games left.


Brian Cashman fears losing Robinson Cano.


Terry Francona and Clint Hurdle were named Managers of the Year.


Dirk Nowitzki passed Jerry West on the NBA's all-time scoring list. The Mavs went on to beat the Wiz.

Steph Curry does his thing on an easy night for Golden State.



Young Jeezy went on a Twitter rant against Def Jam, saying he's been working on his album for two years, but the record label won't let it go. Jeezy then hinted that he'd just give it away for free if Def Jam didn't step up before Christmas.

Perhaps as a warning, he then dropped "Foul Play."


TDE's Isaiah Rashad hit up Toca Tuesdays.


The Wu-Tang Clan reflect on the 20-year anniversary of 36 Chambers.


Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J drop a video for "The Plan."




Over 2,700 tons of food have made it to the Philippines to help those starving after a typhoon ripped though their country, but the damage done to the infrastructure, like roads, is preventing food from getting to the people.


Starbucks owes Kraft around $3 billion after cancelling a deal two years ago.


Congress is considering additional economic sanctions on Iran to curb their nuclear program, a move the White House says could lead to war.


Smoke shops that "sell pipes for tobacco" are doing well in this economy as weed becomes more popular and legal in many parts of the country.


New York's new World Trade Center tower is now the tallest in the US.



Occupy Wall Street bought up $15 million worth of personal debt and cancelled it, spending only $400,000 to obtain it.

"We're under no illusions that $15m is just a tiny drop in the secondary debt market. It doesn't make a dent in the amount of debt," said Andrew Ross, a member of Strike Debt. "Our purpose in doing this, aside from helping some people along the way – there's certainly many, many people who are very thankful that their debts are abolished – our primary purpose was to spread information about the workings of this secondary debt market."



Bun B drops a video with young H-Town rapper Kirko Bangz.