Roundup: Fantasy Football Sleepers, Teacher in Court for Having Sex with Four Students & Charlottesville is America's Smartest City

Amy Childs … are these the 2013 NBA All-Star game uniforms? … Ashley Dupre is pregnant and engaged … terrible story about a fatal jet ski crashGetty Images has been acquired for $3.3 billion … Charlottesville, Virginia is America’s smartest city … well, this quasi-actress is in pretty good shape … this man got struck by lightning in his own homeCassie sunbathing on Diddy’s yacht, topless … really cool find in DemarkJustin Beiber is a Phish fan? … woman dies on vacation during parasailing accident … he accidentally shot his secretary with a submachine gun … “Texas jury sees video of teacher allegedly having sex with 4 students” … this is your sad link of the today …

Fantasy Football Sleepers, anyone? [National Football Post]

Florida State QB Ej Manuel: Ankle injury, but he should be ready for the start of the season. [Sentinel]

“Asad Rauf denies affair, but admits photos are real.” [Times of India]

Chad Johnson’s constant need for attention. [Enquirer]

Andy Roddick turns 30 in two weeks. Will his career end with just one Grand Slam title? [Tennis.com]

“Is new Kansas coach Charlie Weis a quarterback savant about to work his magic on Dayne Crist? A blowhard who really believes there’s not much difference between Kansas and Notre Dame?” [Oklahoman]

Pete is not a fan of those Erin Andrews commercials. [Philly Mag]

Steve Smith hated life in Carolina … until Cam Newton got there. [Yahoo]

Can we squeeze in one more Olympic link? It’s funny. [Telegraph]

Michigan and Michigan State still don’t like one another. [Detroit News]

Oregon’s sellout streak of 82 games in a row is in jeopardy. I’m shocked people aren’t buying tickets to the season-opening showdown with Arkansas State! [Register Guard]

Do football players live longer than baseball players? [Grantland]

Marcus Hayes seems to be the only one remotely reluctant about Philly giving Andrew Bynum a long term max deal. [Daily News]

What the quarterback sees. [via KSR]

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