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Roundup: Dave Duerson's Final Days, Cricket Player Comes Out of the Closet & the List of Oscar Winners

Mila Kunis … he was duped into giving $200k to a fake girlfriend … everything you ever wanted to know about Derek Jeter’s Tampa mansion … she was hiding pills where? … rapper Juvenile arrestedlucky to be alive … interesting (and surprising) read about Wisconsin pensions and taxpayers … “Drunk Man Breaks Into Pizza Hut, Fries Wings” … Duke Snider died at the age of 84 … the thought of a ninja festival is radical … Andrew Sullivan leaves the Atlantic for the Daily Beast … Pacers fans chanted “Justin Beiber” at Utah’s AK-47 … the list of Oscar winners

“People say, ‘What are you thinking?’ and here’s the truth. It’s generally a quote from Apocalypse Now or Jaws.” Go read this profile of Charlie Sheen. [GQ]

A cricket player in England has come out of the closet. [Telegraph]

Dave Duerson’s final days. Nice detail in the reporting. [Chicago Trib]

The daughter of the man who created the Wonderlic thinks it has major flaws. [KC Star]

Breaking down the 2011 Big East football schedule. [Pre Snap Read]

Ron Artest is funny. And it seems like he’s enjoying himself in LA again, which is nice. [ESPNLA]

Chase Utley has tendinitis in his right knee. [Daily News]

The tax man cometh … for bowl games. [CBS Sports]

Some nice perspective here on what happening in the NBA in regard to “super teams.” [NYT]

If you don’t like the idea of watching the NFL Combine on TV, this read is for you. [WSJ]

Denver coach John Fox had plenty of first-round hits during his draft days in Carolina – but just as many 2nd round misses. [Post]

Purdue’s playing well of late, and now one guy thinks the Boilermakers are Final 4 material. [FS Detroit]

What did folks think of the Kerr-Clark-Verne 3-man booth Saturday? [via Bubba]

Don’t act like you didn’t watch the Thundercats.

If Pittsburgh wins this game in double overtime, then yes, the cheerleader screw-up would have been a full post.

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