The Roundup: Cat vs. Alligator, Cam Newton Leads to Good Ratings & Pirates Hire Clint Hurdle

Katy Perry … Scarlett Johansson is GQ’s “Babe of the Year” … the Starbucks cup dilemma12 rules of sex and tech … a content farm is making this woman – who was briefly homeless – nearly $100k a year  … 10 Online Lit Mags You Should Be Reading … Gene Weingarten on religion … “Ads for Zestra women’s arousal oil rejected” … definitely not … must-have Iphone apps … first came the New Yorker profile, now Tavi – who is 14 – is getting her own fashion magazine … buy a car, we’ll toss in an AK-47! … an interview? How was she not in handcuffs? … Bulletproof cars are all the rage …

Everybody in sports is doing the Dougie! Everyone! [WSJ]

The most-viewed college football game this season: Boise vs. Virginia Tech. No. 2? Auburn vs. Georgia. [USA Today]

Georgie Tech 63, Kennesaw State 80. Other than Duke, Virginia Tech and Harrison Barnes, the ACC’s not very good. [AJC]

Here’s Mike Wilbon on Donovan McNabb’s gi-normous contract. [Post]

Is Cam Newton controversy the biggest story in college football history? [Press Register]

We’ll be enjoying the college hoops marathon today. [Ballin is a Habit]

The Bobcats won their first home game, rallying from down eight with 2:08 to beat the Wolves. [Observer]

Did anyone on the planet have South Carolina vs. Auburn in the SEC title game? [Sentinel]

Here’s the former frontman of the Barenaked Ladies struggling through the National Anthem at a hockey game. [Bog]

The Clippers started two 20-year-olds, two 21-year-olds, and a 22-year old against the Nets. They lost again, and are 1-10. [Times]

The Pirates hired Clint Hurdle to be their manager. [Post-Gazette]

Looks like Ohio State paid $1.4 million to Navy for a 2009 home game. [The Lantern]

Texas RB Tre Newton calls it a career due to concussions. [Statesman]

This is … I’m not entirely sure what to make of this. [via @Cajun Boy]

A spirited hockey brawl. [via Hot Clicks]

Cat scares off alligator! And then the alligator returns with reinforcements …

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