Olivia Munn … you will not read a more disgusting story today … American is rapidly getting obese … Wyclef running for President of Haiti … Cleveland sports anchor indicted for rape … no-alcohol, no-drugs dance parties are all the rage! … Chris Hitchens writes about his experience dealing with cancer … “Elevator snub at Pasco assisted living facility results in strangulation accusation” … big, exciting news for the gays in California … Canadians like to curse more than Americans, Brits … another lame list: New York, Vegas and Miami are America’s coolest cities …
It’s early, but so far so good for Mike Martz and Jay Cutler. Ten wins? [Sun-Times]
Maryland football is big on yoga this year. [Wash Post]
Here’s Mike Mayock talking about his new Notre Dame announcing gig. He’s a great studio analyst, but how will he do as a color guy? [Fanhouse]
Here’s a lengthy Chase Utley profile. [610 WIP]
Steve Rushin’s back at SI. We always liked his stuff more than Rick Reilly’s. [SI]
Royce Clayton is playing Miguel Tejada in Moneyball. [Oakland Tribune]
“Ryan Howard’s girl upsets Eagles Cheerleaders by skipping practice for him.” If you like the headline, you’ll enjoy the story and photo caption. [Daily News]
How much did Ali Farokhmanesh’s shot against Kansas help the school’s bottom line? You’d be surprised. [ESPN]
Where will Germany World Cup star Mesut Ozil end up? [SI]
Gawker pays to settle that “McSteamy” lawsuit. Their lawyer’s comment at the end is somewhat funny in an arrogant way. [Hollywood Reporter]
Missouri assistant football coach popped for DUI. [KC Star]
The Beach Boys want to sue Katy Perry over this song? Weak. Enjoy it while you can!
Rajon Rondo’s house. Not bad for a guy with a $55 million contract.