The Roundup: Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Day, No. 1 Kansas Got Thumped & "Do You Know Who I Am"

Jennifer Lopez … Watson busted up Ken Jennings on Jeopardypolice tasered a 400-pound woman in a motorized cart … “South Dakota Moves To Legalize Killing Abortion Providers” … how a teenage journalist landed an Eminem interview … man kills friend over mis-spelled text message … “Judge Okays Walmart’s Firing of Medical Marijuana User” … window washing fluid can save a life? … please do not text and drive, people … Don’t write for free on the internet

Jacob Pullen picked a fine time for a career-high 38 points: Kansas State 84, No. 1 Kansas 68. [Star]

Carmelo Anthony would have been traded to the Knicks already (with Billups) … but Denver wants three starters, Curry’s expiring and a 1st round pick. [NYDN]

“Do you know who I am? I am an NFL player and I’m going to sue your ass” – Legedu Naanee, the Chargers wide receiver, to police early Saturday morning. He was arrested. [Union Trib]

Because one more link bashing Daniel Snyder wouldn’t hurt, right? [The Economist]

Since Aaron Rodgers left Cal, the Bears’ QBs have stunk. [CBS Sports]

A Braves’ beat writer and Atlanta’s new manager went for a spin on their Harleys in the Georgia mountains. [AJC]

South Carolina tight end Weslye Saunders … now eligible for the NFL draft! [Pro Football Weekly]

Andrew Luck is nerdy, rides a bike around campus, and sounds like a guy we’d all be friends with. [NYT]

The Ivy League is the only one that doesn’t have a postseason tournament. Should they have one? [Ivy Basketball]

Michael Young trade rumors are swirling, but as of yet, nothing seems imminent. The Marlins chatter looks like nothing. [MLB Trade Rumors]

When you look back at the 2008 recruiting rankings, and factor in transfers … the pundits really missed on Oregon and Missouri. [SI]

Notre Dame QB Nate Montana is transferring to Montana. Jokes! [South Bend Trib]

“It wasn’t so long ago that spring training opened with Kevin Millwood or Adam Eaton or Jon Lieber at the top of the starting rotation. It wasn’t much longer ago that we were asked to get excited about Gregg Jefferies and Mike Lieberthal and Bobby Abreu.” So. A hundred and five wins for the Phillies? [Philly Inquirer]

The day Dale Earnhardt died. [Postgame]

Tyrone Johnson is a promising Villanova recruit from New Jersey. Watch as he cocks the ball back and dunks violently on some kid. [via Recruiting Insider]

Solid job getting your bare ass on TV, son. [via Traina]

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