Roundup: Holley Mangold is Going to the Olympics, Tiger Woods Shot a 62 but Lost to Rory McIlroy & Marshawn Lynch Re-signs with Seattle

Katy Perry … “Wall Street Bonus Withdrawal Means Trading Aspen for Coupons” … sad photo here … I guess this is considered an outfit? … “Stonehill graduate suing college over sex-crazed roommate” … would love to screen a movie in one of these … sorry to ruin your morning with this sad story … the ladies love wolfman … John Legend & the Roots: Dancing in the Dark … Glamour talks to Sara Ganim of the Patriots News … in the 18-49 age bracket, Modern Family is the most popular show on TV, and I’ve never seen an episode … three male teachers plead not guilty to hooking up with male student …

Tiger shot a 62 at the Honda Classic! He still lost to Rory McIlroy. [NYT]

Andrew McCutchen is staying in Pittsburgh for the long haul: 6-years, $51 million. [Post Gazette]

A profile of Shyam Das, the guy whose vote let Ryan Braun off the hook. [JS Online]

Marshawn Lynch inked a 4-year, $31 million contract with the Seahawks. [Times]

First Michigan State lost at home to Ohio State, then the Spartans lost freshman Branden Dawson for the season to injury. [Freep]

Now that’s how you end a high school career. He’s going to Mississippi St. [Ledger]

Jim Baron has been canned in Rhode Island. [ProJo]

Division III basketball star is also a janitor. [Fox Sports]

Ranking the levels of swag on the Ohio State basketball team. [Scrawl So Hard]

The biggest college basketball advantage? The type of basketball the home team decides to use. [NYT]

Holley Mangold, the sister of Jets’ center Nick Mangold, is headed to the Olympics. As a weightlifter. [Dayton Daily News]

Knee surgery for Corey Hart will sideline the Milwaukee outfielder for the next four weeks. Adjust your fantasy rankings accordingly. [MLB.com]

What state ran fastest at the combine? [CBS Sports]

LeBron’s in a no-win situation. Here’s Dan LeBatard’s eloquent column about said situation. [Herald]

Do you care that Ron Wilson of the Leafs was fired? [Globe & Mail]

If you’re from New Jersey or New York City, you’ve probably heard of Lenny Cooke. LeBron destroyed his career at a summer camp a decade ago and Cooke never recovered. [Times]

Here’s a story about Jeremy Lin’s brief NBDL stint in Erie. [Post Gazette]

Any Smiths or Lana Del Rey fans? [via Herbie]

Evan Longoria isn’t bad at ping pong. [Rays Index]

So people are doing this. [via Hot Clicks]

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