Alison Brie is engaged to James Franco’s brother, Dave … Donald Trump vs. Fox News enters its second round … The incredible storyof a season stolen from one of New Orleans’ top high school football teams by Hurricane Katrina … Working with too many men is bad for women’s health … London’s Big Ben has been running six seconds fast …West Ham striker arrested on suspicion of making threats to kill and witness intimidation … Rugby player arrested after confrontation over parking space … Cheerleading coach forced to resign over racist shirt …Young Ohio State fan worried heart device will make him root for Michigan … Another setback for those who want to legalize sports gambling in New Jersey …Curt Schilling’s long and ugly history of insensitivity toward Muslims … Don Orsillo won’t return to Red Sox broadcasts next year.
Obama wants you, geeks. [Fast Company]
Tough break for the Dallas Cowboys as Orlando Scandrick tears his ACL. [Cowboys News]
Dan Rather interviewed/stuck up for The Fat Jew. [BroBible]
A quick-thinking woman had a simple solution when informed she couldn’t bring her expensive bottle of cognac aboard a flight. [Yahoo]
Boise State claimed it did not know about Sam Ukwuachu’s physical abuse of ex-girlfriend, did know he was diagnosed with major depressive disorder [ESPN]
Chris Christie wrote an essay about Bruce Springsteen that would fit right in with sportswriters. [Uproxx]
All those Justin Bieber hits don’t just happen by accident. [New York Times]
Hey, what’s Adnan from Serial up to? Still trying to get out of jail. [Vice]
Vengeful woman keys “wore” into parked cars, could use a spelling lesson. [NYDN]
Hayden Rettig won Rutgers starting quarterback job because Chris Laviano was caught with a fake ID. [Asbury Park Press]
Pat Robertson (remember him?) says Monday’s roller coaster day on Wall Street was Planned Parenthood’s fault. [Politics USA]
More Donald Trump, this time ejecting a Univision anchor from a press conference.
Will Ferrell discusses his 63-pitch arsenal, which includes a European knuckle ball.
Awkward 12-year-old boy trips, jabs hand through a 350-year-old Italian painting worth $1.5 million.
So. Many. Kangaroos.
Just a slew of hockey trick shots because why not?
Like it was going to be anything except Fall Out Boy for the first roundup.