Roundup: LA Galaxy Win the MLS Cup, RIP Georgia Announcer Larry Munson & Jim Boeheim: "I'm not Joe Paterno."

Nick Swisher’s wife, Joanna Garcia … RIP Georgia announcer Larry MunsonSteve Lavin is a funny guy … is Chloe Butler the hottest player in the Lingerie Football League? … Beats by Dre? I’m a Bose guy myself … whoever did this: Dick move … two runners died during the Philadelphia marathon … the new Twilight movie made some decent money over the weekend … “Fake doc injected cement in woman’s rear” … for the media wonks: How Jim Romenesko left Poynter … wonder when we’ll start vanquishing boring commenters … so where was Oscar de la Hoya allegedly snorting it? … this woman went missing after appearing on People’s Court

David Beckham, Landon Donovan and Robbie Keane team up for a goal and the LA Galaxy won the MLS Cup, 1-0. [LA Times]

So Reeves Nelson has Ben Howland by the balls, huh? [LA Times]

Very long, but very good read about Kris Jenkins and life in the NFL. [NYT]

Jim Boeheim continues to do a lot of talking: “I’m not Joe Paterno.” [Post-Standard]

Speaking of Syracuse … the Orange have already lost a recruit over the Bernie Fine allegations. [NY Post]

So this Jordy Nelson guy isn’t bad, huh? [JS Online]

UConn’s Shabazz Napier with the line of the weekend: 22 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds in a win over Coppin State. [Courant]

Due to┬áthe NCAA’s ongoing inquiry, the Miami Hurricanes have decided not to play in a bowl game this year. [Herald]

“A unit of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc., sued the Internal Revenue Service over what it called an ‘illegal’ $643 million tax assessment.” [WSJ]

The new owner of the San Diego Union Tribune wants the paper to take on a cheerleader mentality. [U-T]

“It doesn’t matter who manages the Cardinals; these bitter and inherently miserable human beings will call talk shows and go on Internet boards to personally attack the manager. It’s an outlet for their frustrations and their failures.” [Post Dispatch]

Is Matt Barkley back in the Heisman race? [Times]

Jabari Brown, the most accomplished basketball player on Oregon’s roster, has left the program. [Register Guard]

Gary Williams will be an analyst for Big Ten games. [USA Today]

The saddest story about a women’s college basketball team going bowling that you’ll read this year. [Tulsa World]

Check out these kids get hosed down with pepper spray.

That’s a nice left-handed dunk with some alacrity. [via Ballin is a Habit]

Very, very impressive performance in Eugene by Matt Barkley Saturday night.

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