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Roundup: Art Modell Died, Roger Federer Lost at the US Open & More on the North Carolina Academic Scandal

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Art Modell, the man who moved the Browns, died at the age of 87. [Baltimore Sun]

Roger Federer had an early exit from the U.S. Open yesterday. [Toronto Sun]

Your 2012 NFL television broadcasting guide. [Sports Illustrated]

USC took away a scholarship from a walk-on to give it to a guy who was just sentenced to a year in jail. [College Football Talk]

Friend of the blog, Chrissy Teigen, will host a reality competition show featuring models in Vegas in 2013. [VH1]

The Patriots made adjustments after 2009. Probably after every other year too, but whatever. [Boston Globe]

350 pound pitcher steals a base in minor league baseball. [Sportress of Blogitude]

On Andy Roddick. [Sports Illustrated]

Why did North Carolina get away with fraud while Connecticut was punished for honesty? [Hartford Courant]

Or you could wait to judge the NCAA when this whole thing is over. [CBS Eye on Basketball]

This Russian dude sounds like Kurt Cobain.

This Kansas State fan is… different. [Total Frat Move]

The Oregon Duck is running for president.

Do you dare deny the power of Gangnam Style?

An apocalyptic sueprcut. [via FilmDrunk]

Flagrant foul supercut! [Via Hot Clicks]

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