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Roundup: Instagram and Yoga Injuries; Amy Robach's Hot Mic; Artie Lange on Joe Rogan

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 15: TV personality Amy Robach attends the Breast Cancer Research Foundation's 2019 Hot Pink Party at Park Avenue Armory on May 15, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Bennett Raglin/Getty Images for Breast Cancer Research Foundation)
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Should we talk about candidates' electability or is that part of the problem ... Here's a list of ESPN's college basketball announcers for the year ... Instagram is causing more and more yoga injuries ... P.J. Fleck gets a seven-year extension at Minnesota ... Smart move by Vice to snatch up The Funbag ... This Sondland fella forgot a pretty major detail ... Jimmy Butler does not seem like a chill teammate ... Roger Stone got food poisoning ... The first College Football Playoff Rankings are out and Clemson's on the outside looking in ... Amy Robach's hot mic moment has ABC scrambling ... Election night in American leans a little blue

Is it still worth all the effort to get an MBA? [Bloomberg]

Michigan State did what it always does under Tom Izzo: lose an early-season game to an elite opponent. But that's not a bad thing. [The Athletic]

Noted sex symbol Colin Farrell to play noted sex symbol The Penguin. [Uproxx]

10 facts about Thanksgiving food. The 11th is that stuffing is the best one. [Mental Floss]

Jim Boylen's Bulls blew a 20-point lead to the Los Angeles Lakers but the experience will come in handy when it's time for the NCAA Tournament. Or something. Perplexing commentary here.

Artie Lange sounded halfway decent on Joe Rogan's podcast.