Final Roundup of 2010 Features Brooklyn Decker

Brooklyn Decker stars in the final Roundup of the Year, because we saw a preview of “Just Go With It” yesterday … America’s drunkest cities … noisiest city in Latin America? Buenos Aires … man robs a bank wearing a Hilary Clinton mask … “Firebomb Thrown At Home of 102-Year-Old Woodland Woman” …yes, this is the worst person in Pennsyltuckysexual fantasy that involves a gun? Righttttt … four months probation for killing your neighbor whose dog urinated in your yard … Gilbert – you may want to call your wife and kids … you have until April to redeem $25,000 chips at the Bellagio

All the infidelity by WAGs and soccer players is making young fans believe marriage is destined to fail. [Daily Mail]

Income equality and the “Superstar effect.” Must-read. [NYT]

Oklahoma State got a 74-yard TD pass in the first quarter, and a 61-yard pick-six in the second and hammered Arizona, 36-10. [Oklahoman]

With Duke’s win last night, Coach K moved into 2nd place on the all-time wins list, passing Dean Smith. Bob Knight is next. [Observer]

Rafael Palmeiro talks about his Hall of Fame chances. [SI]

Notre Dame easily handled Georgetown last night, 69-55. [South Bend Trib]

Maryland sent coach Ralph Freidgen out in style – a 51-20 winner over ECU. [Wash Post]

Newsday’s pay wall idea? Not a success. [Bob’s Blitz]

Positive spin from the Atlanta media – the Falcons sturdy defense Monday night proved they’re ready for the playoffs! [AJC]

Remember NBA player Junior Bridgeman? If you’re eating at a Wendy’s or Chili’s, he might own it. [Franchise Times]

Brandon Lloyd is pretty f-ing happy to be Pro Bowl-bound. [Bronco Talk]

The most coveted offensive and defensive coordinators in college football. [WSJ]

A few days late, but pretty cool nonetheless.

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