Two magical seasons came to an end last night, and both Auburn and FSU fought to the final seconds to keep them alive, but the Tigers finally ran out of tricks as Jameis Winston led the 'Noles to a 34-31 victory on his final drive.
Brent Musberger was clearly excited....
Chadd Scott thinks the BCS will be missed as the years roll on. Agree?
BCS was not appropriately appreciated in its time. That sentiment already changing. 10 yrs from now its era/impact will be remembered fondly— Chadd Scott (@ChaddScott) January 7, 2014
The Cleveland Cavs traded their new center Andrew Bynum to the Chicago Bulls along with a first round pick, two second round picks and the right to switch in 2015 for Loul Deng.
Charles Smith spoke rationally with CNN about North Korea, but Dennis Rodman finally had enough reason and started yelling.
Here's Blake Griffin with a windmill of an alley.
BREAKING: Lindsey Vonn announces that she will not compete in the Olympics, citing setbacks from the ACL she tore last year.— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) January 7, 2014
For those of you who missed NBA action last night, which I assume is everyone, here are the top five plays.
Jay Z's Barney's collection raised $1 million for his charity.
Audio Push dropped a track with Logic and Jill Scott.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Legal weed stores in Colorado did so well over their first weekend that the new stores are nearly out of supply.
Senator Ron Johnson is suing Obamacare because he believes it's illegal. Good luck with that, jackass.
A rebel group in Syria overtaken by al-Qaeda has been accused of mass executing prisoners.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Common's back to talk about the state of his hometown of Chicago. He also announced his album will drop in 2014 and is entirely produced by No ID.