Roundup: Athletics & Giants Stay Alive; a Peanuts Movie is Coming & Novak Djokovic, Gangnam Style

Demi Lovato … a Peanuts movie is happening! … shakeup at NBC News … “Teasing over flatulence leads to deadly fight” … Jerry Sandusky’s lawyer did this the night before the former Penn State coach was sentenced … man robs bank, goes to strip club, then you’ll never guess what happened … interesting photo shoot with an actress from everyone’s favorite show, Girls … good luck & timing were crucial to her success … Serena has to be the most popular Ravens cheerleaderthis guy is an idiot … “Florida Man, 32, Dies Shortly After Winning Pet Store’s Roach-Eating Contest” … guy went to the airport wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a suitcase full of weaponsZumba instructor in Kennbunk charged in prostitution case …

Hunter Pence had a clutch hit in the 10th and a fiery pre-game speech, and the Giants beat the Reds. San Francisco now trails the Reds 2-1 in the NLDS. [Chronicle]

Brett Anderson pitched well, and the A’s season is still alive after a 2-0 win over Detroit in game three. [Oakland Tribune]

Miami receiver Phillip Dorsett dropped a couple TD passes against Notre Dame, then got harassed on twitter by losery fans. [Sun Sentinel]

Better Lakers GM, Mitch Kupchak or Jerry West? [Union Tribune]

Sesame Street to Obama: Can you pull your attack ad featuring Big Bird? [WSJ]

Reigning boys state basketball champs in Georgia banned from this year’s tournament. [AJC]

Here’s a story about Richmond basketball coach Chris Mooney that you should read. [ESPN]

Abbey Crouch, a WAG, went out in public basically showing off her ass cheeks. [Kickette]

No surprise: Peyton Manning vs. Tom Brady generated big TV ratings Sunday afternoon. [Fang’s Bites]

This Wall Street trader guy spent $65,000 on matchmaking services. [ABC News]

Tracy McGrady, who once was a teammate of Yao Ming, looks like he’ll end his basketball career in China. [Yahoo Sports]

Novak Djokovic, Gangnam Style! I have a feeling this won’t be the only Gangnam Style sports-related video you see today.

Here are two women fighting in the street somewhere, about something.

Hulk Hogan went on the Howard Stern show Monday. Tim Ryan spoke to him Tuesday, and we’ll be posting the interview later.

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