The Roundup: Michelle Wie Wins in Canada, Lost & Friday Night Lights Snubbed at the Emmys

Christina Hendricks of Mad Men … hit on the head, shoved in a truck, and burned to deathMary Louise-Parker seems nice … cool photos of a tiny Seattle apartment … newspaper tries to expose WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s game with the ladiesKelly Shoppach of the Rays fails to break his bat over his knee … he’s 24, she’s 66 – only in Florida … meanwhile, in Chicago: “Cops to gangs: Stop the killing — or else ” … should planes have a ‘kids-only’ section? …

Michelle Wie won a golf tournament! That’s two for the 20-year-old. [Globe & Mail]

List of Emmy winners. [Emmys]

Mark Herzlich, the Boston College linebacker returning from a rare form of bone cancer, is one of the best stories in college football this season. [NYDN]

The Bengals cut Antonio Bryant, but paid him $6.95 million even though he never played a down in Cincinnati. That number could still go up. [Enquirer]

“Speaking of fairness, what’s fair about charging somebody $50 a year for making less than that, which is likely the case with most bloggers?” [Inquirer]

Reporter spends all day with Rutgers football coach Greg Schiano, starting at 7 am. [Courier News]

Baseball fans won’t like this Dan LeBatard line: ‘This sport, from its strikes to its steroids, is stacked atop lies.” [Herald]

How bad of a run have the Pacers off-the-court in the last few years? Brandon Rush was suspended five games for violating the league’s drug policy. [Indy Star]

UNC star Marvin Austin breaks his silence … on Facebook. [News & Observer]

Obama with some humor: “I can’t spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead.” [Politico]

The guy who sounded some early warnings about how Stephen Strasburg’s delivery could lead to an injury. [Daily News]

Oakland fans, week one at Tennessee will be difficult: QB Jason Campbell’s wrist is hurt, and RB Michael Bush’s thumb needs surgery. [Tribune]

Perhaps the best dancing dog video we’ve ever seen.

Farmer bales himself in hay. Idiotic, yet funny.

Old, but impressive nonetheless.

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