Good Morning: Tajh Boyd Ducks Jadaveon Clowney Again

Tajh Boyd is not taking Jadaveon Clowney's "scared" bait. "I'll tell you man, honestly, there's some things I would definitely like to say, but I'm just not going to entertain it," Boyd told USA TODAY Sports on Wednesday.


The Oakland A's will open the Coliseum one hour early on Fridays, so fans can watch HR Champ Yoenis Cespedes take batting practice.


Here's a quick recap of the ESPYs where Johnny Manziel took home best male college athlete and Jadaveon Clowney took home best play. AJ McCarron wasn't there, and let everyone know why.


Tiger Woods and Phil Mickleson open as the favorites to win at Muirfield, which began today.


Alex Rodriguez denies there is any plea agreement going on with MLB about his potential PED use.


Andrew Wiggins has yet to play a game at Kansas, but the Canadian-born star says he'd like to play for the Toronto Raptors.


FIFA will hold talks with Qatar about moving the 2022 World Cup to the winter. This would cause major problems for domestic leagues which currently operate during that time, as well as the Champions League.


An Arsenal fan in Vietnam ran five miles chasing the team bus and got to meet the players and take pictures.


Here's your Summer League highlight of the day: Jan Vesely with the alley. 




No Malice is coming back: Hear Ye Him will release on August 30th.


The EDM-hip-hop relationship continues to grow.


The final part of Zane Lowe's interview with Jay-Z is released by the BBC.




This happens every few years, but Secretary of State John Kerry may actually be on the verge of a breakthrough in mending the Israeli-Palenstinian relationship.


Last month we learned the NSA is tracking the internet. Last week we learned department stores track the cell phones of customers in the shop. Today, the ACLU announces that the police use speed cameras to track our vehicles (hardly a surprise there, especially given how quickly they caught the Boston bombers by using video surveillance). 


Personal scandals have very little effect on winning elections.


President Obama will tout the benefits of his new healthcare law by showing off who it is already helping even before full implementation. He also saluted Nelson Mandela's 95th birthday and offered his thoughts as the former South African president remains hospitalized. 


Two drones have crashed in Florida, prompting my suspicion that the US government also hates Florida.


Senators finally reached a deal that will prevent student loans from going even further through the roof.





Trayvon Martin's parents speak for the first time since George Zimmerman was found not guilty.

On NBC's "Today," Fulton said the case is "sending a terrible message to other little black and brown boys — that you can't walk fast, you can't walk slow. So what do they do? I mean, how do you get home without people knowing or either assuming that you're doing something wrong? Trayvon wasn't doing anything wrong."

Tracy Martin told CBS he wants America to know that Trayvon "was a fun-loving child."

Speaking to ABC's "Good Morning America," Martin added that he and Fulton did not find the verdict fair, "and of course it's devastating."

"My first thought was shock, disgust," said Fulton.

The parents also were asked about remarks by Juror B37, who told CNN she believes Trayvon Martin "played a huge role in his death."

"I don't think she knows Trayvon," Fulton said on CBS. "Trayvon is not a confrontational person."




Cookin' Soul has already remixed A$AP Ferg's lastest.

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