Your morning roundup for July 9, the day Detroit teaches us to respect the crackheads who walk among us.
What we watched: Mexico faced Peru in Copa America play last evening. There were anywhere from one to four reasons why a Peru victory was the preferred outcome. With three legitimate scoring opportunities in the first six minutes, this looked like a distinct possibility. But then, a watered-down Mexican side fought back and looked as if they were taking the match over. This, despite the fact that they sent a younger team after the Gold Cup, and some of the active roster was rendered inactive because of doping accusations now being played — and accepted — as food poisoning.