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The Roundup: Georgetown Finally Loses, Alabama-Auburn Rivalry Heats Up & RIP “Uncle Leo”

Aubrey O’Day … You can challenge WatsonBorders filed for bankruptcy protection … Newsweek: New Orleans is the No. 1 “dying” city … sounds like Frankie Muniz has some problemscollege parties without alcohol? … I am very glad this guy was acquitted Jessica Alba is pregnant again … I’m glad to hear the White House say this … Johnny Damon and his wife crashed a party in Palm Beach … I’ll definitely be watching Wonder Woman just because of who the star is … thousands of sharks spotted off the Florida coast … Banksy goes Hollywood

Book claims the Chilean Miners were given blow-up sex dolls and drugs during their 69-day ordeal. [Telegraph]

Arsenal 2, Barcelona 1. [Independent]

Georgetown’s hot streak is over thanks to 31 points from UConn’s Kemba Walker. [Courant]

Yes, Wisconsin is very good at home, but just ordinary on the road: Boilermakers 70, Badgers 62. [Indy Star]

Rising US soccer star Danny Szetela appears to have been arrested after a bar fight in Boonton, NJ. [Daily Record]

Couldn’t disagree more with this take on Pujols. [SI]

Life in the SEC: Trees poisoned. I have no idea what to make of this, other than Alabama-Auburn sounds like war. [AL.com]

Not surprisingly, Blake Griffin is a massive draw on the road. [ESPN LA]

You read Bernie Madoff’s first prison interview, right? [NYT]

Yet another breakdown of the Heat in close games. [Point Forward]

RIP Len Lesser (aka Seinfeld’s “Uncle Leo”). [AP]

Your thoughts on Google “One Pass” would be appreciated. [Fast Company]

Mark Ingram has shed about 10 pounds leading up to the NFL Combine next week. [NOLA]

Dallas Green spoke to the media at Spring Training Wednesday, mostly about his granddaughter who was killed in the Tucson shooting. I’ll warn you – this is sad. [Times]

I’d say this is old, but the SEO rapper never gets old. [via Videogum]

This food court proposal seems fake, right? [via Hot Clicks]

I was expecting a “that’s what she said” line.

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