Good Morning: The Ghost Of Mark Sanchez Took Over Eli Manning, Threw Three Picks

Eli Manning began his 2013 season with an interception and the Giants never looked back, turning the ball over six times en route to a 31-36 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. 


Anquan Boldin caught 13 passes for 208 yards and a score in his debut for the San Francisco 49ers as they defeated Green Bay, 34-28. Colin Kaepernick threw for 412 yards and three scores. 

On a sad note, a man fell from an elevated walkway and died during the game.


Geno Smith managed to win his debut for the New York Jets in the fourth quarter. As he scrambled for a first down on fourth down, he was hit out of bounds and picked up an extra 15 yards, allowing kicker Nick Folk to drill a 48-yard field goal for an 18-17 victory with two seconds left.


Maurkice Pouncey tore his ACL and will miss the rest of the season for the Steelers.


Mike Wallace is unhappy in Miami after one game.


Bruno Mars will sing at halftime of the Super Bowl.


Serena Williams won her 17th title, winning the longest recorded final in US Open history, 7-5, 6-7 (6), 6-1. 


Sports Illustrated will release a report detailing corruption at Oklahoma State from '01-'07, including paying for performance, academic fraud and hostesses. Les Miles coached at OSU from '01-'04, and denied all allegations.


Riquna Williams set a WNBA record for 51 points in a game, as the Tulsa Shock beat the San Antonio Silver Stars, 98-65.


Free agent Sam Young met with the San Antonio Spurs.


Dennis Rodman returned from what sounds like a family vacation in North Korea with Kim Jong-Un. Rodman revealed Jong-Un's daughter's name is Ju-Ae and says the dictator is a "good dad."




Eazy E's hologram performed at Rock The Bells this weekend.


Meek Mill fired back at Kendrick Lamar.


Ro James released a new track with Snoop Dogg.


Eminem previewed his video for "Bezerk" and talked about his album during the Michigan-Notre Dame game.




Apple is set to release two new iPhones, one with all the new toys and another, toned down, cheaper version designed for markets in Asia. Meanwhile, after purchasing Nokia, many wonder if Microsoft is getting too big to manage.


A long lost Vincent Van Gogh painting was discovered in an attic, the first full-sized Van Gogh discovery since 1928.


Walgreens is the drug store most likely to overcharge.

“This level of consumer deception is inexcusable from a corporation as sophisticated as Walgreens,” Koster said at a press conference. “In fact, it’s appalling.” 


Syrian President Bashar al-Assad denied using chemical weapons against his own people, as German intelligence shows troops repeatedly asking for permission to use chemical weapons but not receiving permission. World leaders, including China, are advising against US intervention in Syria. Assad also alluded to retaliation against the US from terrorist groups who may act independently. Meanwhile, John Kerry gave Syria one week to turn over their weapons to prevent an attack.




Audio Push released their "Theme Song" with T.I.

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