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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

File photo: Former big league baseball slugger Jose Canseco is recovering this morning, after accidentally shooting himself in the hand!

Jose Canseco shoots himself in the hand

Former big league baseball slugger Jose Canseco is recovering this morning, after accidentally shooting himself in the hand!

Canseco told police he was cleaning his gun when it went off in his Las Vegas home.

Rashad McCants, Fmr. UNC Basketball Star

UNC player: 'I clearly didn't go to any classes'

For 18 years, the University of North Carolina may have allowed students, mostly athletes, to take sham classes to bump up their grades.

HLN Bleacher Report anchor Brian McFayden has more on the new independent report that could cost the school 3 national basketball titles.

L to R: HLN Bleacher Report anchor Brian McFayden, Ole Miss grad student Buckner Corso and Rebels Athletic Director Ross Bjork

The upside of tearing down the Ole Miss goal post

Ole Miss has to buy a new goal post and pay a $50,000 fine because fans rushed the field after the Rebels beat Alabama two weeks ago.

HLN’s Brian McFayden is at Ole Miss this morning with athletic director Ross Bjork and Buckner Corso, a student who's using pieces of the goal post to raise money for the repairs.

Oxford, Mississippi chef John Currence cooks up Black Eyed Peas (aka: Mississippi caviar) for HLN's Brian McFayden during the TUMS Ultimate Tailgate at Ole Miss

'Mississippi caviar' is not what you expect

The TUMS Ultimate Tailgate comes to Oxford, Mississippi, and "The Grove" at Ole Miss where tailgating can often include chandeliers, white linen service and crystal... so the food better be fancy enough to match!

That's why Chef John Currence is whipping up a game day delicacy known as "Mississippi caviar," but there's not a fish egg in sight. The secret ingredient in this dish: Black eyed peas!

Travis Ishikawa #45 of the San Francisco Giants celebrates after he hits a three-run walk-off home run to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 during Game Five of the National League Championship Series at AT&T Park on October 16, 2014 in San Francisco, California.

The Giants are headed to the World Series

The World Series is now set.

It's going to be Royals vs Giants.

Billy Butler #16 of the Kansas City Royals celebrates with actor Paul Rudd after their 2 to 1 win over the Baltimore Orioles to sweep the series in Game Four of the American League Championship Series at Kauffman Stadium on October 15, 2014 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Royals superfan Paul Rudd: Party at mom's house!

The Kansas City Royals are going back to the World Series for the first time since 1985.

The team broke out the brooms Wednesday to celebrate their sweep of the Baltimore Orioles.

Rutgers students tailgate in the rain - HLN TUMS Ultimate Tailgate sweeps

Tailgating in the rain: Rutgers style

We checked out the pre-game party at one of the newest Big Ten teams: Rutgers University.

A rainy game day was no match for these Scarlet Knights fans!

Apollos Hester

High school footballer will get you fired up!

A high school football player gave such an impassioned interview Friday after his game that the video has gone viral.

Senior Apollos Hester, a wide receiver for the East View Patriots in Georgetown, Texas, was pumped up after his team overcame a 14-point halftime deficit  to defeat Vandergrift 42-41.

Chef Jim Stacy of Pallookaville near Atlanta and HLN Bleacher Report Brian McFayden (wearing the 'wolverine' pork shredding gloves) prepare a meal for their 'TUMS Ultimate Tailgate.'

TUMS Ultimate Tailgate: Pig butt 'palooza

Mexican Coca-Cola! That's one of the special ingredients that makes Chef Jim Stacy's tailgate pork butt special. HLN's Brian McFayden joined Stacy at his restaurant Pallookaville, near Atlanta to get schooled on how to make two tasty tailgate treats.

Post a pic of your tailgate, or game day party on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #TUMSTailgateSweeps and you could be one of our weekly winners!

Chris Kemoeatu, left, and his brother Ma'ake laugh during a news conference at the University of Maryland Medical Center, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014, in Baltimore. Chris Kemoeatu's football career was cut short after seven seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers when he learned he'd need a kidney transplant. That's when his older brother, a 99-percent kidney match and a former nose tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, stepped in, and left the Ravens in 2012.

Ex-Raven retires to give brother a kidney

More from the Bleacher Report: Former Ravens DL retires to donate kidney to brother

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