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The Roundup: Jeff Pearlman Defends His Walter Payton Book, a "Moves Like Jagr" Parody & Who is Getting Rick Neuheisel's Job?

Miranda Kerr … a solid collection of funny t-shirts worn in mugshots … “Few Americans take immigrants‘ jobs in US state” … you can’t touch MC Hammer’s search engine … hey Sofia Vergara, how you doin’ … college loan debt continues to spiral out of control … this is what Blake Lively wears to pick up pumpkins … “High school coach badly beaten by opposing players” … more thuggery from teenagers in Philly … this guy was arrested at Occupy Toronto for trying to sniff some woman’s feet in a tent … after Jets/Chargers, make sure to watch this Steve Jobs piece on 60 Minutes … cool photo of a New York City rooftop farm … kid calls 911 on his mom, tells dispatcher, “She’s not a very smart alcoholic” …

Arizona 48, UCLA 12. So who’s getting Rick Neuheisal’s job? The Bruins trailed 42-7 at the half. [LA Times]

Interim Ohio State football coach Luke Fickell’s contract is up Jan. 31, 2012. January is going to be fun! [ABC News]

Jeff Pearlman goes point-by-point to defend his Walter Payton book. Good read. [Jeff Pearlman]

Alabama’s MVP: Barrett Jones. Who? [AL.com]

UNC’s Harrison Barnes wants to “do something special.” How about making 3-pointers in a pivotal NCAA tournament game? He’s going to have to on that team. [Observer]

Peyton Siva is way too low on this list of the Top 30 point guards in the country. [CBS Sports]

William Gholston of Michigan State has been suspended for the Wisconsin game following his dirty play against Michigan. [Freep]

Bob Huggins on the proposed 24-team Big East. “Why the hell have a league?” [Star-Ledger]

Fish and Chips in London made Tampa Bay rookie Adrian Clayborn sick. [Joe Bucs Fan]

” … it seems that there is some good evidence that even at the beginning of the college basketball season, Las Vegas sports betting markets are close to as accurate as they are all season.” [HCSAC]

“Rory McIlroy has left Chubby Chandler’s International Sports Management Group. The reigning U.S. Open champion has followed countryman Graeme McDowell to Horizon Sports Management, the Dublin based sports group run by Conor Ridge.” [Golfweek]

Marty Schottenheimer’s finally going to win a ring in football. In the UFL. [Union Tribune]

The four most popular athletes on the web based on google hits are soccer players. [Busted Coverage]

The dirtiest college rivalry? Georgia vs. Auburn. [WSJ]

Neat skateboarding trick. [via @Hot Clicks]

A month old, but here’s a “Moves Like Jagr” parody that’s decent at best.

Here’s some video of the final moments of Libyan dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi’s life.

It’s receptions like this that make Juron Criner a future NFL draft pick.

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