Olivia Munn … warning, you might cry … sometimes Facebook seems so shady … Buddhists traveled to Massachusetts, bought Lobsters and re-released them into the ocean; lobstermen went and caught them again … if you’re a job seeker, this isn’t good news … popping zits on his back led to his arrest … any Warrant fans in the house? … if you need help with irony … 83-year-old great grandma gets breast implants … wonder if Malcolm Gladwell will respond to this … drunk member of the US Ski team allegedly pees on an 11-year-old on a Jet Blue flight … they played in the Majors in the 80s, and got into a fight this week … the sister of the bank-robbing trio apparently posed naked last week …
The billion dollar fantasy football business. [Hollywood Reporter]
Because you obviously want to know how the trio of Denver QBs did against the Cowboys. [Post]
Terrific look back at the high school basketball class of 2002. [CBS Sports]
If you have a fantasy football draft this weekend, these depth charts are invaluable. [Rotoworld]
On the recruiting front, if you’re not using Facebook or Twitter, you might struggle to talk to recruits. [NYT]
Jacksonville rookie QB Blaine Gabbert didn’t look terrible Thursday against New England. The Patriots won, 47-12. [Times Union]
Chris Mullin is Hall of Fame-bound. [NYT]
I’m pretty sure I’m addicted to the internet, and slowly but surely, I’m getting addicted to Starbucks, too. [LA Times]
Steve Rushin makes some jokes about the length of baseball games. [SI]
The ouster of the longtime Boise State athletic director smells fishy. [Statesman]
Unfortunately, it looks like basketball career of Virginia Tech’s Allan Chaney is over. [Daily Press]
I’ll root for Colt McCoy in Cleveland. [Times]
Kanye took a tumble on stage in Norway. [via Hot Clicks]
Pawlenty vs. Bachmannn Thursday in Iowa was fun for a few minutes.
I don’t think this has been posted this summer, so enjoy.