Tommy Tuberville is cold. Ice cold.

Reports came out after Cincinnati hired Tuberville that the Red Raiders were completely blindsided by the move. How blindsided? Tuberville left Texas Tech recruits at the dinner table.

“The waitress brought our food out, and we thought (Tuberville) went to the bathroom, but he never came back to dinner. Then next thing I know, the next day, he made an announcement that he’s going to Cincinnati.”

Mom's, remember that when he's on your couch, please.

 

Wiz Khalia's album, O.N.I.F.C., debuted at no. 2 on the charts. Pittsburgh was so impressed, they named the day after him.

 

Mitt Romney won Salon.com's lie of the year award for this ad:

 

 

The Game celebrated his album release with a huge concert. Tyga, Bone Thugs, Mac Miller and Tyler, The Creator all came through. Check out all the videos here.

 

 

NYC cab drivers are suing the city over a deal that will make the Nissan NV200 the official taxi of New York for the next ten years.

 

Dez Bryant says he wants to play through his injury, adding, “they'd have to break my leg to keep me out.”

 

 

 

Amar'e Stoudemire tells New York media he will return “soon.”

 

So might Mike Bibby.

 

A Seattle judge has issued an arrest warrant for Katt Williams after he missed a court date this morning.

 

RG3 practiced for the Redskins, but no indication was given to whether he would play on Sunday.

 

Speaker Boehner says he and President Obama are far apart on a deal. Is that news? We really only need an update when this changes.

 

Young Jeezy dropped a new mixtape, It's The World. Download it here, but check the artwork here.

 

 

 

Facebook reveals your biggest moments from the year. Well, at least their interpretations of your biggest moments. Check out www.facebook.com/yearinreview for yours.

 

Check the Redskins marching band doin' their thing.

 

 

Loaded Lux drops a video for “True Love.”