Super Bowl Roundup: Eli Manning Was Awesome, Tom Brady Was Really Depressed & How About Clint Eastwood's Commercial?

Ashley Tisdale … “Cops Bust Naked Burglar Covered In Chocolate, Peanut Butter” … Brad Wesley from Roadhouse has died … actual headline: “diamond in the muff” … how many more of these types of Facebook pieces will we see in the coming months … Peter King’s twitter habits … woman claims her large breasts caused her to fail sobriety test … if you work at Starbucks, you might care about this … any Delia Ephron fans in the house? … “Who really benefits from putting high-tech gadgets in classrooms?” … if you’ve been following this story, Sunday’s happenings will make you angry … “Maryland mall closed as unruly crowd awaits new Nikes” …

Dan Wetzel followed Tom Brady around for 56 minutes after the Super Bowl loss. [Yahoo]

How damaging was the Super Bowl loss to the legacy of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick? [CBS Sports]

Eli Manning is the man. [Star Ledger]

Playing the role of David Tyree in Super Bowl 46: Mario Manningham. [WSJ]

Duke lost again at home to an inferior team – Miami beat the Blue Devils, 78-74 – and Coach K seems angry. [Observer]

Brad Penny is headed to Japan’s Pacific League. [Union Trib]

If you hate the New York-Boston rivalry, you’ll enjoy this. [Wash Post]

Assist and turnover numbers could portend trouble for the Thunder. [Oklahoman]

Gambling and the Super Bowl. Interesting read if you occasionally like to place a wager. [Journal News]

Boston 98, Memphis 80: The Celtics have won four in a row and are 13-10. Rajon Rondo had 14 assists. [Herald]

What was Bill Belichick like in Cleveland? [Plain Dealer]

Miami 95, Toronto 89: Chris Bosh is having a nice season, but he’s had a rough week – four straight games under 50 percent shooting, 17-for-46 shooting. [Herald]

Saturday night in Milwaukee, Taj Gibson told Jon Leuer, “welcome to the league, son.”

You know I don’t like the Giants, or Eli Manning but this was incredible.

We’ll get to the commercials soon enough, but this Clint Eastwood one deserves mention here.

Because you want to see it first!

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