Good Morning: Serena Williams Bagel’d Her Quarterfinal Opponent

    Serena Williams blitzed 18 seed Carla Suarez Navarro 6-0, 6-0 to advance to the semifinal. Serena will face 5 seed La Ni of China, who won in three sets.


    The Jeff Tuel era may be over before it started in Buffalo.



    Yankees manager Joe Girardi says he's going to try and convince Mariano Rivera not to hang up his jersey after the season.


    The Pittsburgh Pirates clinched their first non-losing season since 1992.


    The Texas Rangers reclaimed first place, beating Oakland 5-1.


    Aggies coach Kevin Sumlin said Johnny Manziel, who won't be available to the media for a while, wasn't ignoring him on the sideline. The media is officially nit-picking. 


    A judge in Texas ordered Lance Armstrong to tell the truth about his drug use for a $3 million lawsuit by Acceptance Insurance, who is trying to recoup bonus money paid to Armstrong.


    After losing to Clemson in Week 1, the Georgia Bulldogs must now deal with Jadeveon Clowney.


    Though he was named the starter for Miami, Lamar Miller says he doesn't know how many carries he's going to get in the games.


    Another lame NCAA rule: Players are not allowed to actually take game balls home because it's a violation. They receive them after they leave college and are marked in the archives.


    Aaron Hernandez filed for a delay in a civil lawsuit in which he is accused of shooting someone in the eye.


    Jonathan Vilma will miss the first eight weeks of the season for the New Orleans Saints.


    The Lakers signed Shawne Williams.





    Odd Future released their Fall and Winter lookbooks.


    Stream Chicago-bred Blues singer Willis Earl Beal's Nobody Knows here. Do it. 


    R. Kelly hopped on a "U.O.E.N.O" remix just as you forgot it was a thing.





    Ariel Castro, the man convicted of rape, kidnapping and torture was found dead, hanging in his cell. 


    A man in Ohio was forced to wear an idiot sign after threatening a police officer. 


    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad wages war with a smile on his face.





    M.I.A.'s latest was described as "Paul Simon on acid."