The Roundup: The Colts Aren't That Bad, Video of Tony Stewart Getting Angry with the Media & Tony Romo Helped the Jets to Victory

Stacy Keibler … the Times explores the fashionable side of Cristiano Ronaldogood deeds will get you nowhere … Republican Governor admits her grandparents came into the US illegally … the story of the F-16 pilot who was scrambled to bring down flight 93 10 years ago on September 11 … “Woman dies after injecting hot beef fat into her face” … female basketball player killedCarol Bartz failed miserably at Yahoo … fat man suing White Castle

If you didn’t stay up for Jets-Cowboys … Tony Romo’s terrible 4th quarter helped the Jets rally to victory. [CBS Sports, Yahoo]

Douchy Daniel Snyder dropped his ridiculous lawsuit against a tiny newspaper. [Washington City Paper]

A nice story about Dick Vitale. No, really, it’s a good story. [KC Star]

Deron Williams scored 21 points in his 2nd game with Besiktas in Turkey. [Google Translate]

Chris Carpenter signed a two-year deal to stay with the St. Louis Cardinals. [Post-Dispatch]

Not good news for the Panthers’ shoddy defense: middle linebacker Jon Beason’s ankle injury will keep him out awhile. [Observer]

“Brady and Laura Hoke became engaged while riding in a station wagon when on vacation with both of their sets of parents. Brady asked Laura, who was sitting in the way back, if she wanted a piece of candy. She expected butterscotch, but got an engagement ring.” [NYT]

How to kill journalism. [Metro Times]

The story of how Stanford gave the cold shoulder to a recruit after he suffered an injury. [Tribune]

Really nice read about how Redskins’ owner Daniel Snyder chased Mike Shanahan until he got him. [Post]

Totally agree: The Colts aren’t this bad. If they’re really underdogs against the Browns, you have to back Kerry Collins, right? [Star]

Ocho Cinco fans? This one’s for you. [Globe]

Over the weekend, Adrian Peterson signed 7-year, $100 million deal. [Star Trib]

Penn State is 1-13 against Top 5 opponents since 1994. [Post Gazette]

The Chargers started the 2011 season with – you guessed it – a special teams disaster. [via CJ]

I can’t believe Walgreens fired this employee. The guy should be given a raise and promoted! If he didn’t have a gun, wouldn’t he be dead? [via Wood 8]

Tony Stewart got huffy with the media – on live TV – around 1:55, and went off for a solid minute before thanking someone for an original question.

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