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Roundup: Tom Hanks F-Bomb on Good Morning America, Hines Ward Extortion Attempt & a Man Broke Out a Sword on the Subway

Alessandra Ambrosio  … what a valuable list … how to deal with internet trolls … “Court Says Texas Cheerleaders Can Use Bible Verses” … who suffers a torn triceps? … Fidel Castro suffered a stroke, very close to death … Andrew Sullivan has some thoughts on print journalism … on Gallup polls

St. Louis is one win away from another World Series trip after 8-3 win over San Francisco. [Post-Dispatch]

Chip Kelly and Oregon raced to a 43-7 lead on Arizona State and then called off the dogs, winning 43-21. [USA Today Sports]

The Vanderbilt/Northwestern future football series has been cancelled. [Tribune]

And Vandy dropped Ohio State from the 2013 schedule. [Plain Dealer]

Garrett Reid died of a heroin overdose. “Further searches of Reid’s apartment and belongings found 47 syringes and needles in a gym bag, as well as 19 vials of an unknown substance.” [Inquirer]

The Timberwolves have a new policy: No knuckle push-ups. That’s how Kevin Love broke his hand. [Twin Cities]

“Scoring style superlatives” among players returning to college basketball. [Ken Pom]

San Francisco 49ers 13, Seattle Seahawks 6. If you took the 49ers -8 … well, we’ll talk about this later. [Oakland Tribune]

Any of the ballers here bidding on Bobby Knight’s 1987 Championship ring? [Steiner Sports]

“Brookline man arrested on charges he tried to extort Hines Ward.” [Post Gazette]

Does Tony Sparano’s masterplan with Tim Tebow date back to his Wildcat attempt in Miami with Pat White? [Sports Guy Geek]

Alabama has been favored in 35 straight games. [Outkick the Coverage]

This guy witnessed Lincoln getting assassinated. [via The Atlantic]

The description from the youtube uploader can’t be topped: “Dude gets jumped by two youngsters on the light rail… Than a crazy ass white boy jumps up and pulls out a Samurai sword!!” [via Adam]

Baby Elephant rescued, then runs to hug its mommy.

Tom Hanks dropped an F-bomb this morning on GMA.

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