Roundup: Kelly Rohrbach as Pam Anderson in Baywatch Movie; Donald Trump Extends GOP Lead

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - MARCH 04:  Kelly Rohrbach attends the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 4, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)
2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones - Arrivals | Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images

Kelly Rohrbach, who will be playing the Pam Anderson rolein the upcoming Baywatch movie … the new smoking age in Hawaii is 21 … “Brazil faces political and economic disaster” … was the Death Star too big to fail? …  … Sam Champion returns to GMA! Sort of … warning, depressing: “Crying is literally the only thing we are born knowing how to do” … Millennials have negative views on churches and the news media … “What Patton Oswalt Got Right In His ‘Star Wars 7’ Rant” … your cable news winner again in 2015: Fox News, for the 14th straight year … loser internet personality with 1.6 million likes on his Facebook page got arrested in Charlottesville … new GOP poll from NBC News – Trump leads Cruz by a wide margin, with Rubio 3rd … reading this, the first thing you’ll want to do is send it to your tax guy … “if a man has an orgasm at least 21 times a month, he’ll then have a 22% lower risk of prostate cancer” … Meredith Vieria’s talk show has been cancelled after two seasons …

Kansas 109, Oklahoma 106 in a thrilling triple overtime game. Buddy Hield was incredible for the Sooners, scoring 46 points, but he got tired down the stretch and had two late turnovers. [Oklahoman]

After 50 years of writing about sports, columnist Randy Galloway is retiring. [Star-Telegram]

Long, but exceptionally good: “How a beloved Desert Hot Springs chef died as a motorcycle gang member.” [Desert Sun]

Ratings for the NHL’s Winter Classic hit an all-time low. [SI]

Must-read story about how an NBA writer was racially profiled and arrested in Portland. []

Jason Whitlock with an interesting angle on the Tamir Rice situation. [J. School]

Sam Bradford had a pretty good year with the Eagles, so maybe he’s their guy? I’d say who cares, Chip Kelly is gone … but maybe they’ll make a splashy hire. []

Cam Newton really did name is son Chosen. That’s … something. Chosen Newton. [Charlotte Observer]

Please carve out some time today to read this piece on Scores strippers in NYC. [Vulture]

Rick Mount, one of the best players in Purdue’s basketball history, finally returned to Purdue over the weekend. [Indy Star]

Brad Kaaya has an NFL future, but the Miami QB went through an ugly concussion scare this past season. [Palm Beach Post]

UMass made the leap to Big-Time D1 football and … things aren’t going very smoothly. [Boston Globe]

It’s NFL draft season! Everyone excited? Range.

A month late on Adele’s “Hello” in the movies, but it’s good.

Wait for the spin move backhand knockdown. Oh wait, this is a football player!