An Alabama fan was charged with murdering another Alabama fan who was, apparently, not sad enough about the loss.
For the fans who remained alive after the loss of a football game, many signed up for a petition on change.org, attempting to start overtime because they believe Chris Davis stepped out of bounds before scoring the game-winning touchdown.
It's hard to tell which was more impressive, Russell Wilson's three touchdowns in the 34-7 beatdown of the New Orleans Saints, or that the Seahawks' D allowed Sean Peyton's offense the least number of points he's scored since joining NOLA in 2006. The Seahawks clinched a playoff spot with the victory. Even worse news for the Saints? They're stuck in Seattle after their plane broke down.
Despite the pleas around campus to retain Ed Orgeron, USC hired Steve Sarkisian from Washington as their next head coach.
The Washington Nationals traded for Detroit Pistons pitcher Doug Fister.
The Oakland A's and Scott Kazmir agreed on a two-year deal.
Kenyon Martin and Metta World Peace reportedly got into a "heated" argument.
Paul George dropped a career-high 43 points against the Trail Blazers, but Portland stood tall and knocked off Indiana, 106-102.
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Mac Miller has a new album coming out called Live From Space, with a few new tracks but is made up mostly of live versions of tracks on Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
Logic hooked up with Casey Veggies for "Like Me."
Kanye West sat down with V-103 in ATL to discuss his Yeezus tour.
Childish Gambino dropped a new track with Chance The Rapper called "The Worst Guys."
Pro Era kicked another radio freestyle.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Congress is hoping to pass an 11th-hour bill banning plastic weapons, which can now be easily printed using 3-D printers, for the next 25 years.
Amazon lost their battle to overturn the new internet sales tax being pushed by politicians.
President Obama started a $100 million initiative for new HIV/AIDS therapies for the new generation.
The Senate will hold hearings on the new, proposed Amazon drones.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Raekwon drops another track for his upcoming album, F.I.L.A.