The Roundup: Alligator vs. Electric Eel, Pete Sampras Memorabilia Stolen & Antoine Walker to Idaho

Maria Menounos … Katy Perry dressed as Jessica Rabbit … scooters are dangerous – even for college football players … love being astronomically drunkIvy League drug ring! … LA Times internal memo, anyone? .. we’re always up for WAG rankingsRolling Stone’s favorite albums from 2010 … Durant and Westbrook went to a club in Chicago … Australian dies in gardening accident … this guy got stuck in the ceiling Groupon founder turns down $6 billion offer from Google? … Republicans are doing a great job dividing the Democratic party … arrested for setting up a fake Facebook page and cyber bullying … Wisconsin woman bites husband’s tongue off … photos from Clayton Kershaw’s wedding

Tennis legend Pete Sampras had a lot of his tennis memorabilia stolen from a storage locker. [LA Times]

Shannon Brown celebrated his 25th birthday with his girlfriend, Monica. [YBF]

The Anaheim Angels are hot for Carl Crawford. [ESPN]

A 2010-20111 bowl game traveling guide, with eat, drink, sleep recommendations. [One Great Season]

The usual idiocy from the NCAA. They make Bud Selig look sensible and prudent. [Star-Ledger]

Carlos Pena signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Cubs. [Trib]

The Stache, Dave Wannstedt, resigned as Pittsburgh coach, but he’ll remain in the program. [Pre Snap Read]

The Jets need a safety, but when they approached an undrafted free agent Keith Fitzhugh, he passed to keep his secure job with long-term employment. As a railroad conductor. Great story. [Star-Ledger]

Yesterday, the Idaho Stampede acquired former NBA star Antoine Walker. [NBA.com]

More love for the departed Phil Jasner, this time from JA Adande. [True Hoop]

Michael Beasley 2.0 is a scoring machine. [SI]

One columnist’s idea: Texas should hire Mike Leach to run its offense. Too bad his ego’s too big for Austin. [Chronicle]

Goodbye George Shinn, you terrible owner. [Woj]

Out with Troy Smith, in with Alex Smith. Talk about a lose-lose. [Mercury News]

Gary Neal took a page out of Andrew Bogut’s playbook. [via Hot Clicks]

Real or fake? Alligator attacks electric eel, supposedly dies. Watch with the sound down.

Darren Pang: “He always does things the white way – er, right way.” [via Michael Chan]

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