Roundup: Rick Sutcliffe Wants Melky Cabrera Deported, Top 20 Party Schools & Bad News for Notre Dame

Lea Michele … waiting in line is like tortureMel Gibson is now dating a very attractive brunette … 10 really cool sea fortsgas prices are up, up and away … RIP comedian Phyllis Diller, she was 95 … the more students binge-drink, the happier they are, study finds … Nicki Minaj is a new American Idol host … looking forward to this Michael Lewis profile of Obama’s White House … Tony Scott jumped off a bridge because he had inoperable brain cancerHilary Swank is back on the market … rapper Juvenile arrested in Miami … changes coming to twitter! … Top 20 party schools in the country …

Donte Stallworth, is a changed man after his DUI manslaughter in 2009. [Globe]

Notre Dame’s weak secondary took a hit when cornerback Lo Wood was lost for the year due to an Achilles injury. [Tribune]

Boston announced what everyone feared: Carl Crawford will have Tommy John surgery. [Globe]

Mike Freeman raves about Calvin Johnson, who is the one player I absolutely must draft in fantasy this year. [CBS Sports]

“Around Oct. 1, ESPN begins an exclusive 30-day negotiating window with the BCS to purchase the playoffs. Within the next three to four months, Hancock expects a revenue-sharing formula to be formally decided.” [AL.com]

Some thoughts on Wayne Hunter of the Jets … from the man who drafted Wayne Hunter. [WSJ]

Drew Rosenhaus has some explaining to do. [Yahoo Sports]

Muhammed Rahim, an Afghan who was a translator for Osama bin Laden, had this to say: “Lebron James is very bad man. He should apologise to the city of Cleveland.” [Wash Post]

“Melky Cabrera kept the Giants in the pennant race, twice knocked Willie Mays out of the franchise record book and helped decide homefield advantage for the World Series this October, but if there is any sense of logic left in baseball his greatest legacy should be that he provided the tipping point to getting Major League Baseball and the players association out of the drug testing administration business. It’s time for an independent agency to run the program.” [SI]

Apple set another record: The company’s value hit $623 billion. [AP]

Rick Sutcliffe wants Melky Cabrera deported.

Man dead in a river, or just sleeping? [via Cartmaniak]

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