Roundup: Katy Perry Got Her "Globes" Out; Sean Penn Interviewed El Chapo; RIP David Bowie


Rhian Sugden, a British model … when El Chapo meets Sean Penn …David Bowie succumbed to cancer after an 18-month battle, died at the age of 69 … “Chickens prefer beautiful humans” … silly for people to be upset about this: “Why ESPN Lets Its Commentators Tweet Domino’s Ads” … somebody created Jay Bilas bingo … extremely troubling read: “California’s laws test whether sexual predators can ever be rehabilitated” … appears as if Apple Music is gaining on Spotify … awful story: “Memphis teen fatally shot after stopping to help motorist” … Nina Agdal hopes to find her pants in 2016 … Abigail Lee Kemp, a 24-year bank robber in the south, has been caught … she posed for this photo shoot two years ago, making her one of the most attractive bank robbers ever … they fired a NYC teacher for this? … “How Drones May Avoid Collisions by Sharing Knowledge” …

My ‘Best of’ Podcast from Saturday’s Fox Sports Radio show. With guests Ty Duffy (Clemson/Alabama), Richard Deitsch (Sports Media) and Ian Rapoport (NFL). I rip fantasy football-loving owners. [All 3 Hours30-min Podcast]

Fantastic oral history of the 1976 Indiana Hoosiers undefeated season. [Indy Star]

Blair Walsh was tearful after missing a 27-yard field goal that would have beaten the Seahawks. It’s being called the worst missed field goal in franchise history. [Star Tribune]

Even after high school seniors pick their school, you know the recruiting doesn’t stop. [North]

There’s no chance John Calipari takes the 10-year, $120 million deal from the Brooklyn Nets, right? It’s such a bad job. [Yahoo Sports]

Not surprisingly, Michigan State’s Connor Cook has passed on the Senior Bowl. [CBS Sports]

Rob Ryan, the defensive coordinator of one of the worst defense in NFL history, has been hired as “assistant head coach/defense” by his brother, Rex Ryan of the Bills. [Buffalo News]

You know who’s hot? The Maryland Terrapins are hot. [Baltimore Sun]

A lot of folks on the Packers share blame for the disappointing season after the 6-0 start, but Ted Thompson might be #1. This will all be forgotten if they beat the Cardinals. [Journal-Sentinel]

The story of NBA Jam. [Great Big Story]

Looks like Stephen Curry told the Kings bench to sit down while the ball was in the air. Curry scored 38, Golden State won by 12.

Katy Perry got her “globes” out.

My favorite David Bowie song.

Ricky Gervais … damn.