Nina Dobrev … reporter who was also a stripper is suing the paper that fired her … Montaous Walton is a fictional baseball player … Milla Jovovich – let me see that thong …the CW has renewed two of the best shows on basic cable … missing FBI agent in California … “49 bodies dumped on Mexico highway” … there’s a new editor at the Post Dispatch … high school teens take upskirt video of their teacher, post it on the web … college is too damn expensive … small plane crash kills four …
Has athletes’ use of performance enhancing drugs played a role in suicides? [Inquirer]
Anthony Bennett, picked UNLV over Oregon, and the Rebels could open in the preseason Top 10. [Weekly 7]
The most profitable athletic department in 2010-2011? Kansas State, of course. [Wiz of Odds]
Get excited for next weekend, LA sports fans: Clippers, Lakers & Kings will all be hosting playoff games. [USA Today]
You won’t read anything better on Kobe Bryant this week. [SI]
Idaho wide receiver shot and killed in LA. [CBS Local]
Former NBA coach Don Nelson got his college degree over the weekend. He’s 73. [SF Gate]
Andy Pettitte’s return to the mound was not a successful one. [NYT]
Paul Dee, former University of Miami athletic director, dead at age 65. [Palm Beach Post]
Scott Rolen, 37, is headed to the DL. Might his career be over? [Enquirer]
“Wade is accused of stealing a $200,000 Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder owned by celebrity chef Guy Fieri after rappelling from the roof of a San Francisco dealership on March 8, 2011, and then cutting the locks on the showroom door.” [SF Gate]
Friday Night Lights has been over for nearly a year. Let me tell you something … [Hot Clicks]
College football can’t get here soon enough. Has the playoff been expanded from 4 teams to 8 yet?
There’s a lot to like about Nina Dobrev.
Here’s an awkward interview from Spring Training with Cliff Lee.