Roundup: Foodies Love New Orleans, ESPN's John Saunders Injured in Fall, Newsman Mocks the Kardashians

Kelly Brook … the scariest mugshot in the history of scary mugshots … Brad Pitt has apologized … this is terribleOklahoma State cheerleaders in bikinis … Star Trek 2, anyone? … UBS is trying to find the rouge trader who cost the company $2 billion … I’m so sick of these losers … if you’re interested in morning TV shows and the booking challenges … Comcast cable guy shows up, masturbates in woman’s living room … searching for these celebrities can be dangerous to your computer … I greatly enjoyed this breakdown of the most ridiculous scene in Salt … what’s the most racist thing that’s ever happened to you? … these poverty numbers are depressing …

LSU 19, Mississippi St. 6: The Bulldogs had averaged 321 yards rushing and 46.5 points per game in the first two weeks before the Tigers locked them down last night. [Times-Picayune]

The college basketball preseason, in 140-character bursts for teams from the power conferences and some non-BCS teams. [SI]

“A fight over a dance routine led to one teenager punching another, breaking his jaw and causing facial paralysis …” [Statesman]

ESPN’s John Saunders accidentally fell and won’t be part of the network’s Saturday’s college football coverage. [Front Row]

Foodies love New Orleans. [NOLA]

Steve Lavin’s loaded recruiting class has taken a major hit – three players have been ruled ineligible. [Parrish & Goodman]

Lawsuit to keep an eye on: Shawn Darling vs. Shaq. Here’s an interview with Darling. [Loop 21]

“Social media users who denounce drug cartel activities along the Mexican border received a brutal warning this week: Two mangled bodies hanging like cuts of meat from a pedestrian bridge.” [CNN]

Some Amish guys in Kentucky are going to jail because they refused to pay small fines for not having an orange safety triangle on the back of their buggies. [C-J]

Terrelle Pryor is appealing his 5-game suspension, but apparently it has no shot. [Mike Freeman]

Logan Morrison: Interesting dude. [E-Ticket]

A desperate attempt to convince people Drew Bledsoe is Hall of Fame-worthy. [NESN]

Colorado recruit opts for an education over hoops. [Rush the Court]

Florida State fans are dipshits, but you already knew that. [Oklahoma Daily]

Former Syracuse center Arinze Onuaku signs with team in Lithuania. [Post-Standard]

That’s great balance. I bet he took ballet classes. Definitely paid off. [via Hot Clicks]

The MOST POPULAR NEWSMAN in the country. Definitely. Well done, sir.

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