Roundup: Watch Matthias Steiner Drop 432 Pounds on His Neck & Roger Bernadina Make an Insane Game-Ending Catch

Rebecca Romijn … google is going to have to name nameswaitresses who wear red get better tipsMiley Cyrus has short blonde hair! ZOMG! … running from police, woman tells 7-year-old to toss drugs out the window … Daisy Fuentes working on her tan while wearing a revealing bathing suit … all of this over a chicken salad mix-up … you might laugh at this Jordan Carver/Johnny Depp photo … the kangaroo and wombat … anyone in Louisiana want to jump in on this? … snow in Johannesburg! … so Mila Kunis really is dating Ashton Kutcher? …

Matt Flynn will start Seattle’s first preseason game at QB. Russell Wilson will be the backup. [Times]

Jim Calhoun is going to take some time to recover from busting up his hip – he needed surgery – during a biking accident. [A Jersey Guy]

Former Atlanta Hawks player Dan Roundfield drowned in Aruba saving his wife at Baby Beach. [AJC]

Oh, hey, the PGA Championship is this weekend. Who you got, Phil, Tiger or another random? [Golf.com]

The Portland Trailblazers have a new coach: Terry Stotts. [Oregonian]

Hey replacement NFL refs – get your act together. [Mike Freeman]

Oklahoma State center – who transferred from Tennessee – suspended for marijuana bust. [College Basketball Talk]

Michael Jordan aligns himself with Obama: “The latest Obama campaign contest offers supporters an opportunity to attend an event with basketball stars Carmelo Anthony, Patrick Ewing, and Michael Jordan, the campaign announced.” [Politico]

Nobody really likes David Stern’s Under-23 Olympic proposal. [Yahoo Sports]

Penn State lost another recruit. [Trib Review]

Is Temple’s Fran Dunphy the most underrated coach in college basketball? [CBS Sports]

There was an earthquake outside of LA last night. [Gov]

Matthias Steiner of Germany dropped 432 pounds on his neck. He’s OK.

Zero Dark Thirty. Can’t wait.

Here’s a pretty brutal cut-up of Ryan Lochte interviews.

Roger Bernadina made this incredible, game-ending catch for the Nationals last night.

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