While You Were Working: 1.23.13

The Miami Hurricanes may have dodged one since the NCAA found issues with its own investigation into the Miami athletic program. Apparently former enforcement staff members for the NCAA worked with Nevin Shapiro's attorney to improperly obtain information through a bankruptcy case that didn't involve the NCAA. It's going to take an external review before we know how this story ends for Miami. 

Tim Reynolds from the Associated Press and CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman go in on this:








JaMarcus Russell doesn't want to be remembered as a bust, so he's going to attempt a comeback to the NFL after missing three seasons. We know Russell is an easy punchline, being overweight and out of shape, the codeine thing, but Russell could have the ultimate redemption story.  Don't sleep on the possibility, either. 




Since Bill Callahan defended himself emphatically against allegations that he sabotaged the Raiders chances to win the Super Bowl 10 years ago, Tim Brown lightened up a little bit

The New Orleans Hornets becoming the New Orleans Pelicans is not a joke at all.

Marcus Lattimore hopes to be ready for the start of the 2013 NFL season

On what would have been her 100th birthday on Feb. 4, Rosa Parks will have her very own U.S. postage stamp unveiled in Michigan

Hillary Clinton explained her response to the Benghazi attacks that resulted in the death of a U.S. Consulate last September in front of a Senate panel. 

A$AP Rocky has the No. 1 album in America. Long.Live.A$AP cleared 139,000 copies in its first week of sales. 

Chief Keef is looking at 60 days of juvy, but his Interscope deal is worth $6 million

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Sneak peek at this Justin Timberlake comeback: 


Skyzoo dropped this video for "Spike Lee Was My Hero" featuring Talib Kweli:

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