The Roundup: NFL's Most Overrated List and a Cal-Stanford-like High School Football Ending

Blake Lively … Anne Hathaway has no trouble with nude scenes … poll: Men are agreeable to arguments at 6 pm … at 37, Jenny McCarthy still looks terrific in a bikini … jumping barracuda bites kayaker in chest … revenge on the girlfriend – on CSPAN (3:40 mark) … sometimes, Lea Michele looks very, very niceTime needs Newsweek? … man killed by aggressive mountain goat … but was Chris Hanson there to chronicle it? … reporter cuffed at Townhall meeting … RIP Tom Bosley … hope the Great Deflation in Japan doesn’t happen here …

John Blake’s college coaching career has to be over, right? Hope Gary Wichard gives him a job. [Yahoo Sports]

Curveballs. [Wired]

Most overrated in the NFL? The SI poll says: Terrell Owens, Tony Romo, Albert Haynesworth, Mark Sanchez, Eli Manning. [NYDN]

World Cup in England in 2018, and the US in 2022? [LA Times]

The Eric LeGrand stories are increasingly difficult to read. Send one up for him tonight, folks. [Star-Ledger]

Josh Childress of the Suns fractured the tip of his finger and it seems likely he’ll miss the start of the NBA season. [Republic]

Damn you Joe Girardi, dammit to hell! [NYDN]

Why are UCLA and USC getting more money than everyone else in the Pac-10? [Seattle Times]

The Rick Pitino-Tony Woods marriage had better work in Louisville. [Courier-Journal]

Rashad McCants is going to get a tryout with the Dallas Mavericks. [ESPN]

Here’s a college football voter who still has Alabama ranked 1st. [Chicago Breaking News]

Sounds like Bill Parcells is done in Miami. [Herald]

Mo Williams will continue to get asked about crying over LeBron all season. [Mansfield Journal]

David Carr’s piece on Tribune executives had an impact: the company’s CEO will resign by week’s end. [Tribune]

Terrific high school football finish. [via Hot Clicks]

Christine O’ Donnell doesn’t seem to know or understand the 1st Amendment (enter laughs at 2:50).

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