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Roundup: The Simpsons and Springfield, Fight in the Stands at the Blue Jays Opener & Tony Romo is a Father

Holly Madison … an 8.6 earthquake rocked the Indian Ocean overnight … if you’re fat, don’t apply to work at this hospital … guy goes on murder rampage after getting upset his ex-girlfriend had moved on … I’m going to the wrong restaurants (that’s Lucy Pinder and friends) … 50 Must-Try Hoppy BeersBrooklyn Decker, bikini, Australia … you’ll be shocked to hear porn websites get pretty decent traffic … Simpsons fans, the real Springfield is … 10 felonies in a 9-hour span? … it’d be cool if one of you Steelers fans won thisHillary Clinton is cool … “boy, 5, brings heroin for show and tell” … George Zimmerman’s attorneys quit … “Bomb threat forces emergency landing of Korean Air flight in Comox” …

Arkansas AD Jeff Long with a mighty impressive performance Tuesday night. [CBS Sports]

This might be the funniest Daniel Snyder height-related post in the history of the internet. [DC Sports Bog]

Tony Romo is now a Dad. His wife, Candice, gave birth to their son, Hawkins. [Star Telegram]

Paul Richardson, one of the best receivers in the Pac-12, suffered a knee injury and is out for the season. [Post]

Mike Alstott is now coaching high school football in Florida. [TBO.com]

The NHL playoffs begin tonight. We’ll have a preview later. Gotta love the Penguins, right? [Tribune Review]

Jeremy Lamb is leaving UConn early for the NBA. Top 10 lock. [Courant]

Is anyone still talking about Ozzie Guillen, or is it all Petrino, all the time? [Herald]

Why is Instagram worth $1 billion to Facebook and Zuckerberg? [Sun Times]

Indiana problems: The Hoosiers have 14 players but only 13 scholarships because everyone is coming back. [Star]

Lee Jenkins wrote about JaVale McGee. [Sports Illustrated]

Mason Plumlee staying at Duke, which is good news for Coach K. But the Blue Devils will still have offensive issues. [Observer]

Guy breaks up altercation on a Subway by … standing up, saying nothing, and eating chips.

Man walking and texting nearly runs into a bear in California.

Mostly just pushing and shoving for the first 17 seconds, but then you’ll see two big punches. [via Deadspin]

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