Roundup: An Incredible Frisbee Catch, Drunk Girls Brawling in Atlantic City & Dwight Howard to the Nets?

Alessandra Ambrosio … those tabloids really did Charlotte Church dirty … this is a great Craig’s List ad … she hid crack pipes between her butt cheeks … pretty cool: a newspaper for the twitter age … Rick Perry got confused by the voting age … he took a nude stroll and got arrested … Hayden Panettiere is still dating a Jets’ player … because the hedge funds needed help, obviously … burglars are getting increasingly stupid … Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, got four years in jail

The Nets are preparing an offer to land Dwight Howard. [ESPN]

Roy Williams is unhappy UNC fans sold their tickets near the Tar Heels bench during the tournament in Las Vegas last week. [ABC11]

Here are the QBs at USC waiting for Matt Barkley to make his decision on the NFL or staying one more year. [LA Times]

Nuking the Eagles’ roster already? Could happen. [Philly Daily News]

UVA pulls away in the final eight minutes to beat Michigan, 70-58. [Daily Progress]

It’s pile on Randy Edsall week! Hey, the coach brought this on himself. [Courant]

Whoever gets the Washington State job – Mike Leach? Mike Bellotti? – can probably win there. [Seattle Times]

Urban Meyer’s contract with Ohio State calls for a golf club membership and two cars, among other things. [Chat Sports via Hot Clicks]

Wendy’s is set to pass Burger King as the No. 2 burger chain. [OC Register]

Expect much, much more change in Indianapolis with the Colts in the coming weeks/months. [Star]

Brett Favre was in Dollywood for Thanksgiving. [Busted Coverage]

Tim Tebow will eventually get hurt running the option. No shit! [WSJ]

Tremendous Howard Stern prank call that snuck by the CNN censors. [via Jimmy Traina]

What a fantastic grab.

Not a bad way to kill a few minutes: Drunk girls fighting in Atlantic City.

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