Good Morning: The BCS Is Planning A Crazy Going-Away Party

FSU took over the top spot on the BCS rankings after Alabama's dramatic loss to Auburn in the final second of the Iron Bowl, with Ohio State in a close second. Many thought the undefeated Buckeyes would jump to the No. 1 spot with a tougher strength of schedule, as was the same case for the one-loss Tigers jumping everyone. Teams are digging in their heels for the BCS grind already, positioning themselves as the nation's best just in case anything else crazy happens this weekend, when three teams compete for two spots during Championship Weekend.


Peyton Manning, Eric Decker and the Denver Broncos took care of the Kansas City Chiefs once again, this time at Arrowhead Stadium, taking command of the AFC West with a 35-28 victory. Manning threw four TDs to Decker and Jack Del Rio finished up his tenure as interim coach, going 3-1 in John Fox's absence. KC was up 21-7 in the second quarter, but let the lead slip once Manning got in the zone.

A man was also killed in the parking lot at Arrowhead, a death police are investigating. 


Texans DE Antonio Smith was so overwhelmed by the second-half adjustments of the Patriots, he accused them of cheating.


Mike Tomlin may be handed a six-figure fine for his slide move on Thanksgiving, and could even lose a draft pick.


Conflicting reports emerged surrounding Aaron Rodgers' return, who will either be back next week or miss the rest of the season, apparently.


Reports state that Kevin Sumlin lobbied hard for the gig at USC before signing an extension with Texas A&M, and added his ultimate goal is coaching in the NFL. Reports also state James Franklin and Chris Petersen are USC's top choices.


The Oklahoma City Thunder won their ninth game in a row at home behind Kevin Durant's first triple-double of the season.


Former Memphis coach Lionel Hollins turned down an assistant coaching position with the Detroit Pistons.


Anthony Davis and JJ Redick broke their hands and will miss 6-8 weeks.


Timofey Mozgov spent his Sunday destroying Rudy Gay and the Toronto Raptors.


Here's Charles Barkley singing along to "N*ggas in Paris" in Auburn the night before the Iron Bowl.




Detectives in L.A. are investigating how fast Paul Walker's vehicle was going before his fatal crash.


Wale performed "LoveHate Thing" at the Soul Train Awards.


Be careful going uptown with Travi$ Scott and A$AP Ferg.


Justin Timberlake dropped a Black Friday remix to "TKO" with J. Cole, A$AP Rocky and Pusha T.






Officials say the Obamacare website is moving three times as fast and experiences far less problems than when it first launched.


Black Friday brought more shoppers into stores but spending actually declined.


Amazon is developing a drone delivery service.


China launched their first moon rover into space.





R. Kelly released another track ahead of his Dec. 10 release for Black Panties, "Spend That" featuring Jeezy.