Sara Jean Underwood … The angry Brooklyn jogger from that viral video is a real piece of work … The saddest tourism motto ever makes me want to visit Calgary … A North Dakota town is being taken over by white supremacists … It’s hard to be happy when Johnny Manziel isn’t happy …Sports Illustrated now has a film division … Deadly duck tour accident in Seattle … Enormous kid is also good at football … Pizza is the most popular food on Instagram … Muslim schoolboy questioned about ISIS after class discussion on environmental activism … Artie Lange felt “abandoned” by Howard Stern during his rough patch … Marco Rubio takes direct aim at Donald Trump … Joe Maddon promises a big party when the Cubs clinch a playoff spot … McDonald’s employee helps disabled man eat meal, warms hearts … The new ‘Serial’ podcast will be about the Bowe Bergdahl case … The mighty fall of War Machine … Kickstarter employees didn’t take vacation because they had unlimited vacation … Sounds like Bar Refaeli’s wedding was nice … Your awesome man bun is making you go bald …
Recently fired New York Daily News sportswriters talk about what’s next. [Poynter]
The Internet belongs to bots, not people. [Bloomberg]
Why do we lie? [BroBible]
Six terrible NFL jerseys that need a redesign. [NESN]
Numbers say these are the most talented teams in college football. Vanderbilt is #15. [24-7 Sports]
Some colleges are banning hammocks. And here I thought this was America. [WSJ]
Riveting story on Tim Haslett and suicide prevention efforts at Penn [Fox Sports]
A baby was born at Petco Park. It’s the highlight of the Padres’ season [NBC San Diego]
Men’s Warehouse founder George Zimmer: You’re going to like the way marijuana feels. I guarantee it. [CNBC]
One Million Moms organization hates The Muppets [The Wrap]
Memphis’ Reggis Ball made a David Tyree-like interception.
The Mountain vs. The Tractor. Man vs. Machine.
John Boehner bawled his eyes out when the Pope showed up.
Better Andrew McMahon project: Something Corporate or Jack’s Mannequin?