Jourdan Dunn, a model … Jamie Lynn Sigler has had multiple sclerosis for 15 years … Georgia man steals taser from police, uses it on them before being shot … if our site ran this subhead, the jackals on twitter would cry clickbait: “How ‘Making a Murderer’ goes wrong” … fun story about how David Bowie was all over New York, but never recognized … man boils his iphone 6 in coca-cola … deserves all-caps: “SCHOLASTIC PULLS BOOK ON WASHINGTON SLAVE AMID CONTROVERSY” … denizens of Florida are currently hunting for Burmese pythons … “Archaeologists Begin Excavation of Honduran ‘Lost City‘” … I laughed at the idea that Canada could suddenly be “hip” … announcing that you’re quitting twitter is like announcing you’re unfollowing someone, right? … what a great story: “‘You’re my hero … I’m alive because of you’” … on the day Sarah Palin backed Donald Trump, it was revealed that Palin’s son was charged with “assault, weapon possession while intoxicated” … if you’re into mindfulness, you’ll want to read this …
My Fox Sports Radio Show: A team surpassed the Cleveland Browns as the dumbest in the NFL last week; interviews included John Canzano Chip Kelly, Darren Rovell on the LA Rams and Mike Florio on Peyton Manning’s future. [3-Hour Show; Best of 30-Minute Podcast]
Marvin Bagley, one of the best high school basketball players in the country – and only a sophomore – is ineligible to play this season. [Arizona Republic]
It’s taken awhile, but the Bucks are finally getting their act together at both ends. Milwaukee 91, Miami 79. [Journal-Sentinel]
The Carolina Panthers have banned hoverboards. [Observer]
Ashley Cole, the once-great defender, is going to join Steven Gerrard on the LA Galaxy. [BBC]
Is anyone good in college basketball? Georgetown 81, Xavier 72. [Cincinnati.com]
No, really, is anyone good in college basketball? Oklahoma State 86, Kansas 67. [KC Star]
Looks like Chip Kelly is letting a lot of Jim Tomsula’s staff in San Francisco go. He’s expected to announce his new staff today. [Mercury News]
I’m going to see if I can get USA Today to fund a trip for me to Florida to train with Ivan Lendl. This is why. [Tennis Recruiting Network]
Great idea for college football stars to get “loss-of-value” policies. If you’re a 1st round pick and going to be playing in a New Year’s Day bowl game, you absolutely need one. [Campus Rush]
Jamie Foxx helped rescue a man from a burning truck. [CNN]
This is a brick in a washing machine on a trampoline.
That’s Brandon Knight struggling on defense attempting to stop Paul George.
If you’re in the Northeast and snowed in this weekend, maybe try to make Pizza Waffles?
Wonder Woman! More Superhereos!