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Roundup: Watch a Woman Drive Through a Florida Grocery Store, there's an Attractive Female Chess Prodigy & Week 1 NFL Lines Are Out

Rihanna … “Police handcuff Georgia kindergartner for tantrum” … UNC student tries to interview Newt Gingrich … “BMW owners twice as likely to be adulterers as drivers of other brands” … has anyone picked this apart yet? … that’s quite the error … these are some pretty smelly things … so cool: “Physicist Uses Math to Beat Traffic Ticket” … man charged with allegedly selling weed from an ice cream truckHot Sauce is hot horrible story out of HoustonTed Nugent is a lunatic

Really enjoyed this NBA piece – Staying on the treadmill vs. nuking the core. [Basketball Prospectus]

Coolest part of the NFL schedule release? NFL lines are out for week 1. [Covers]

Here’s a profile of FSU’s Greg Reid, the “most popular athlete in Tallahassee.” [FSU News]

That’s one attractive chess prodigy. [Daily News]

Fewer and fewer African Americans are playing Major League Baseball. [USA Today]

Meet Kristina Akra, who now covers the Nationals for MASN. [DC Sports Bog]

Pittsburgh’s in full hyperbole mode over the Penguins. [Tribune Review]

When it comes to pitching fast, the Cleveland Indians are winners. [WSJ]

On Mad Men’s popularity. [New Yorker]

Tulsa’s best player, impressive freshman Jordan Clarkson, is transferring. [Tulsa World]

Over the last 15 years in North American Pro Sports, the Spurs have the best winning percentage. [Sportige]

Ozzie Guillen returned to the dugout without incident. [Herald]

A 76-year-old woman hit the gas instead of the brake and ran through a Publix supermarket in Florida. Incredibly, nobody died.

Absolutely love this Michael Jordan commercial.

The racer, Matt Hagan, walked away from this unscathed.

From Monday night: Derrick Williams, the rookie from Arizona, with a fairly impressive dunk against the Pacers.

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