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Roundup: Rick Santorum Curses at Reporter, the Oral History of Baywatch & Roddick Beats Federer

Lily Collins … Mad Men generated huge TV ratings … the oral history of Baywatch … she keeps trying really, really hard to be important … some insane photos of an enormous high school football stadium being built in Texas … “Aggressive parents force egg hunt cancellation” … note: Do not make Charles Pierce angry … “first hospital to adopt patient gift registry” … George Vecsey, formerly of the Times, has some thoughts on Trayvon MartinNicole Richie surprisingly looks nice in a bikini … “Montana man charged with getting small dog drunk” …

The Jaguars beat writer who was arrested over the weekend? The police now say they made a mistake and they’re sorry. [Times Union]

Society writer for the Houston Chronicle by day, stripper by night. [Houston Press]

Andy Roddick beat Roger Federer. Yes, that really happened! [Herald]

Mike Tyson talks about his upcoming Vegas act. [USA Today]

Remember when Raptors’ coach Dwane Casey was a Kentucky assistant coach and was implicated in recruiting scandal? [William Rhoden]

Brutal tie for the U-23 national soccer team last night, giving up an extra time goal to El Salvador. More later. [Fox Sports]

Great season from John Groce and the Bobcats. Which high major job does he take in the next month? [NY Times]

Syracuse star Dion Waiters is off to the NBA. [Post Standard]

An man walking down the street in Atlanta fell into a mud pit. [CBS Atlanta]

Here’s a profile of Dodgers’ star Matt Kemp. [GQ]

Few days late, but I enjoyed this Dean Smith piece. [Post Dispatch]

Here’s an interview with Harvey Araton of the Times about his new book about the Yankees. [NJ Monthly]

I, too, am thrilled about seeing the Thomas Robinson vs. Jared Sullinger battle we never got earlier this season. [Plain Dealer]

Media writer David Carr says he is experiencing “favoriting” fatigue. Easy solution: Only “like” birthdays or baby photos on Facebook; don’t “favorite” anything on twitter, simply RT it. [NYT]

Third grader sinks halfcourt shot.

Rick Santorum got pretty pissed at this NY Times reporter, and eventually drops the word “bullshit” in his eye.

Shabazz Muhammad is a bad, bad man. Hope he doesn’t go to UCLA.

Kids can fall asleep anywhere. Including on skis. [via Hot Clicks]

 

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