Emily Ratajkowski, who was also in Gone Girl … “Is Gawker Destroying Itself From The Inside? Let’s Hope So” … Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert are getting a divorce after four years of marriage … horrible list: The 10 best bank heist movies since 2000 … searing indictment of Gawker by a recently-fired writer from the site … Facebook still produces nothing, but is bigger than General Electric … guy from reality show your girlfriend/wife probably watches arrested for stealing sunglasses … Iowa newspaper hammers Donald Trump, asks him to pull out of the race … even though according to one poll, Donald Trump leads all GOP candidates … “Drunk squirrel causes £300 worth of damage as it trashes private members club bar in Evesham” …
The story of the two murderers who escaped from a prison in New York is definitely going to be made into a movie. [NYT]
How many Alabama starters would start on Ohio State right now? Only seven players. [Fox Sports]
Part of the reason the Knicks traded JR Smith was because he was “going through some issues with his gal.” [ESPN]
Mike Francesa and Chris Russo both seem open to a reunion. Why would this not happen? [Newsday]
“Frank Robinson slighted during MLB’s ‘Greatest Living Players’ salute.” [Washington Times]
The WNBA’s Tulsa Shock are moving to Dallas. [Tulsa World]
Jim Wyatt, the longtime writer for the Tennessean, has left to write for the Titans team website. [TitansOnline.com]
Only six golfers have won the Masters at Augusta and the British Open at St. Andrews: Sam Snead, Jack Nicklaus, Seve Ballesteros, Nick Faldo, Tiger Woods … and Zach Johnson. [Gazette]
“As part of the more than $32 million Purdue received from the Big Ten during the 2014-15 fiscal year, $1 million was generated from BTN profit shares.” [LaFayette Courier & Journal]
Tom Crean and Indiana are pouring a lot of money into recruiting. [Indy Star]
North Texas offensive lineman has left the program due to “family issues.” [Mean Green Sports]
Fox is looking for advertisers to for its new NFL pregame show on Sunday mornings. [SBJ]
Guy who played college basketball at the University of Scranton makes 98 of 100 high school 3-pointers, including 54 in a row.
Oh man, this actually happened on an old Cosby episode.
DeAndre Jordan explains his departure from the Clippers. [via Players Tribune]
Road rage guy thinks he’s “won” and starts to walk away … and then the driver pulls out a bat.