Roundup: Election Day, the 2012 NFL Rookie Class is Among the Best Ever & Brooke Burke Does Gangnam Style

Sophia Bush … RIP Jim Durham, ESPN radio NBA voice … Kristen Bell is pregnant … what a tremendous tweet by an elected official … this might be the most popular cheerleader at Cal … pundits, pundits, pundits! … “Two Playboy triplets arrested after brawl at a strip club” … yes, I’d like to see the new Denzel Washington movie … a truly gripping read on Hurricane Sandy … a Q&A with a Houston Texans cheerleader … what it’s like to play golf with Luther Campbell of 2 Live Crew

The Eagles lost, 28-13, and we’ll probably end up talking about them a bit today. [Inquirer]

Some guy hit a 10-team parlay and an 11-team parlay over the weekend. [Beyond the Bets]

Todd Mayo, the Marquette guard who is also OJ Mayo’s brother, has been declared academically ineligible. [JS Online]

Midway through the NFL season, this looks like an awesome rookie class, perhaps one of the best ever. [WSJ]

Gary Williams talks about his new role as a college basketball analyst. [Bog]

Chris Kluwe bails on the Pioneer Press because of the paper’s neutral stance on the gay marriage issue. [Twin Cities]

Sounds like Charles Barkley is getting bored with being an NBA analyst. Too bad he has four more years on his deal. [Deitsch]

Nice feature on Memphis point guard Joe Jackson. [Sporting News]

Doug Martin has the potential to be the greatest running back in Bucs history. [Tampa Bay Times]

“Since the inception of the BCS in 1998, no team that has won the national championship has allowed 50 or more points in regulation during the regular season.” [USA Today Sports]

Cody Zeller is everyone’s Naismith Award favorite, but who else is in the mix? [SI]

Brooke Burke, her six-pack and her bra, doing Gangnam Style. [via Herbie]

These “parents tell kids x” videos have become Jimmy Kimmel’s best feature.

Dragon baby is impressive. [via Hot Clicks]

Was this a brake/accelerator mistake? The driver lose the walker in the sun? [via Cartmaniak]

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