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Roundup: Stevie Johnson's Drop and Twitter Breakdown, Marisa Miller on Conan & Irish Start 7-0

Leighton Meester … whipped lightning, anyone? … jet lag may cause stupidity … Sarah Palin should not speak about North or South Korea … teacher tries to ban pens and pencils … here’s a Black Friday stabbing … “Gonorrhea outbreak puts Alaska in uphill battle with STD” … if his intent was to kill many people, why should he live? … Artie Lange’s Jersey Shore house is for sale …teacher suspended for this Spanish curse word … now that’s a bad day … in 2001, this reporter thought Steve Jobs was crazy for opening Apple storesinmates complain to the media about movie selections … a burglar baked brownies? …

In case you didn’t stay up for it: Peyton Manning was horrible and the Chargers rolled the Colts in Indy, 36-14. [Union Trib]

Peter King ends the silly speculation about Jon Gruden-to-the-U, then Chucky releases a statement. [ESPN Media Zone]

Indiana fired its head football coach Bill Lynch. [Indy Star]

Wikileaks strikes again! [NYT]

Notre Dame hoops beats Wisconsin to open the season 7-0, its best since 2002. [South Bend Trib]

A 23-year-old reportedly leaped to his death at Soldier Field Sunday during the Eagles-Bears game. [Tribune]

Ben Olsen, 33, is the new coach of DC United, and he’s the youngest coach in MLS history. [Post]

Baseball’s Hot Stove has been on simmer this month, but it should percolate Tuesday. [Fox Sports]

If you bowl a 900 series, you’ll make the roundup. [Plain-Dealer]

Stanford’s best player, forward Jeremy Green, carried the Cardinal to victory Sunday, then collapsed and needed help from paramedics. [Chronicle]

Here’s a comical list of all the clubs Derek Jeter could help. [Tribune]

For reasons that remain unclear, Molly Sims was at the Iron Bowl. [War Eagle Reader]

Over the weekend Sidney Crosby netted his 200th career goal. [Tribune-Review]

Javy Vazquez, a bust with the Yankees, has signed with the Marlins. [MLB.com]

In case you missed Marisa Miller on Conan Thanksgiving night.

Stevie Johnson of the Bills dropped five passes Sunday in the loss to the Steelers, none more significant than this one in overtime. Here’s his postgame reaction. And here’s his tweet heard round’ the web.

 

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