Roundup: Border War Battle at Costco, SEC Country Has the Fattest States & Car Flies Off Mountain During Race and Flips a Dozen Times

Ashley Greene … US debt, visualized, is jarring … google has acquired Frommer’s … in the everglades: 17-foot, 7-inch, 164 pound python with 87 eggs … for Spice Girl fans, this GIFHelen Gurley Brown has passed away at the age of 90 … “Mo Farah Running Away From Things” … Kenny G getting a divorce … Lauryn Hill of the Fugees is facing three years in prison for tax evasion and here’s her mugshotJesse Jackson Jr. is being treated at the Mayo Clinic for bipolar disorder … three killed near Texas A&M campus … 50 Cent had a good line about Kanye & Kim Kardashian … this sounds like the worst idea for a restaurant, ever …

Jake Locker will get the start for the Titans Friday against the Bucs. [Tennessean]

TJ Simers decided to take lessons on twitter from Matt Barkley. [LA Times]

Sure sounds like Andy Reid’s contract is going to be an issue in Philly all season. [Inquirer]

Who said it? “Rory is now showing that, with his A game, everyone else is going to struggle to compete. Tiger needs his A game to come up against Rory. He’s just not going to beat him unless he has a big weekend.” [Telegraph]

A border war over Costco! [Province]

The Rockets have inked Carlos Delfino to a 1-year deal. Delfino looked strong in the Olympics for Argentina. [Chronicle]

“How science is transforming the sport of MMA fighting.” [Pop Sci]

The Packers sign … Cedric Benson? [JS Online]

Van Damme admits cheating on his wife and shagging Kylie Minogue while filming Street Fighter in 1994. [Daily News]

Mississippi is the fattest state, Colorado is the thinnest. [CDC]

Your starting QB for the Miami Hurricanes is … Stephen Morris. [Herald]

No Tiger = bad ratings for the PGA Championship. [Sports Media Watch]

Former FSU cornerback/kick returner has enrolled at Valdosta State. [Sentinel]

Here’s a Q&A with Danny Ferry, the GM who blew up the Hawks in an effort to pursue Dwight Howard. [Grantland]

Derek Lowe, already having an impact with the Yankees: four inning-save in a win over the Rangers. [NYDN]

“Air Force announces its players off limits to media indefinitely.” [The Gazette]

The driver and passenger, miraculously, survived.

Two minutes of people fainting on TV. [via Hot Clicks]

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