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Roundup: John Elway Endorses Mitt Romney, Deer Runs into Skateboarder & Writer Confronts His Internet Troll

Lacey Chabert … man eaten by hogs in Oregon … the worst traffic jams around the world … cool chart of the Falcons/Panthers TV rating as the game progressed … announcers screams, “get off the field” at a UVA player as the Cavaliers lost to Louisiana Tech … “Kentucky restaurant shut down after road kill found in kitchen” … Seth McFarlane will host the OscarsJets owner cares more about the country than his team! … NBA executive slipped through airport security with a gun … nerdiest arrest ever? “Argument over fantasy card game lands Missoula man in jail” … Nate Silver tries to make sense of Presidential polls

Andrew Bynum, his mini-afro, and his recovering knee have been shut down for three weeks. [Daily News]

Dallas 14, Chicago 38. Gonna be a rough few days for Tony Romo after a 5-interception night.  [Star Telegram]

The Times had a writer cover Houston Rockets media day, presumably to see the buzz around Jeremy Lin. [NYT]

Texas Tech Chancellor Kent Hance thinks Louisville makes more sense to the Big 12 than West Virginia. [Lubbck Online]

Dwyane Wade is no longer with Adidas Jordan Brand. Now, he’s with Li-Ning. [Nice Kicks]

Man confronts his internet troll. Must-read. [Guardian]

The Oakland A’s are in the postseason! [Mercury News]

The Anaheim Angels are not. [OC Register]

Thanks to Texas-Oklahoma State, Fox beat ABC head-to-head in college football Saturday. [Sports Media Watch]

John Elway has endorsed Mitt Romney. [AP]

Oregon State loves In-N-Out burger. How far is each Pac-12 team from a franchise? [WSJ]

” … former heavyweight champ Lennox Lewis and ex-Giants tight end Jeremy Shockey were seen going toe-to-toe in a champagne battle.” [Page 6]

Deer takes out skateboader. [via @JimmyTraina]

Shocking video of a massive wave taking a man out to sea. [via @Cartmaniak]

Bear walks onto woman’s deck. Woman yells at bear. Bear leaves.

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