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Roundup: Michigan Weatherman Has Swag, More College Football Playoff Talk & the FBI File on Steve Jobs

Minka Kelly … the FBI file on Steve JobsMacaulay Culkin’s gaunt look gets destroyed by a tabloid … “Woman, 83, Has World’s First Lower Jaw Replacement – In 3D” … “Teenage Girl Gets Life Sentence for Killing 9-Year-Old” … college hoops analyst Jon Rothstein loves comparisons … Selena Gomez in a bikini in Rio … talk about throwing a former player under the bus … at Northwestern, you can take a class about the show Survivor … quick, get the escaped Rhino! … these blonde sisters seem nice … Han Solo did not shoot first! … “McDonald’s hamburgers lure naked man off downtown tower” …

A year after signing Stanford Routt to a 3-year, $31 million deal, the Raiders cut the cornerback. [Tribune]

Jay-Z will make the Nets stylish. He’s the team’s “Czar of Aesthetics.” [WSJ]

Pump the brakes on the Gaels, folks: Gonzaga 73, St. Mary’s. 59. [Review]

Neat look back at how a 4-team playoff would have compared to the BCS since 1998. [SI]

Notre Dame’s Skylar Diggins gets the Q&A treatment from the Times. [NYT]

The Waste Management Phoenix Open has these girls working on the course. Make sure to scroll down. [Golf Digest]

McDonald’s All-American rosters, anyone? NC State has more players (3) than Kentucky (2). [ESPN]

Good read about Dave McKenna, the writer who Daniel Snyder hates. [Capital New York]

Can the Blazers get LaMarcus Aldridge some help? [Oregonian]

Might the Eagles consider drafting a WR to replace DeSean Jackson? [Philly.com]

The Lakers are 15-11 and their season has been “saved” because Kobe played through his wrist injury. OK. [OC Register]

Tu Holloway and Xavier still haven’t recovered from the Cincinnati brawl. [ESPN]

The American swimmer who will soon become a household name: Missy Franklin. [Times]

You might enjoy this John Feinstein profile. [Duke Chronicle]

Goodness this is violent.

I’m sure this guy’s going to get ripped apart, but I found this funny.

Jason Whitlock, Phil Simms & Warren Sapp engage in an Eli/Brady/Peyton “legacy” argument that is, well …

So this guy has a death wish, right? If you disagree early, wait for the :47 mark and the 1:16 mark. [via Adam]

 

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