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.

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