ProFootballTalk: Terrell Suggs says the Ravens would win because "we've been there before." Randy Moss claims the 49ers would have the edge because "we're hungry and determined to make it happen." (NBC Sports)
The focus remains on Ohio, but both candidates raced through battleground states in the final sprint to Election Day. Mitt Romney visited seven states where he conducted eight events. NBC's Peter Alexander reports. (Nightly News)
Actress Viola Davis is starring in the new education film "Won't Back Down," and says that after growing up in challenging circumstances, gaining an education helped open the door to many possibilities in her life. (TODAY)
CNBC's Bertha Coombs says that big second quarter losses will give BP an appropriate opportunity to cut ties with troubled CEO Tony Hayward and "close the chapter" on a difficult period in the company's history.
As "do not swim" signs are posted along Gulf Coast beaches, scientists at the University of South Florida reveal data they say shows vast fields of oil suspended hundreds of feet deep. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports.