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Roundup: Scathing Restaurant Review, $5 Million Lottery Ticket Scam & Video of a Fight on the Vegas Strip

Ashley Tisdale … you won’t read a better restaurant review this week … man in wheelchair shot while waiting in line while waiting to buy Call of Duty … Rihanna, GQ, enjoy … robbers steal $6,000 TV camera at the end of this newscast … if you care about diving in soccer, this read is for you … here’s the most popular Edmonton Oilers ice girl … “Teacher accused of turning student into lesbian” … an interview with Charlotte’s professional dominatrix … Mark Cuban has some thoughts on Facebook … so the Petraeus affair was briefly on wikipedia in January? … what an awful, awful mom … an interview with a model

Michigan State 67, Kansas 64 in a bit of a surprise. [Freep]

If you’re still interested in reading about why Phil Jackson and the Lakers didn’t work out … [OC Register]

Sleep patterns of NFL teams. [WSJ]

Duke 75, Kentucky 68. Seth Curry was terrific for the Blue Devils with 23 points. More later! [Observer]

Ian Thorpe, the Australian swimmer, talks about his depression. [Guardian]

If you are serious about basketball, why would you not go to Kentucky? [New Yorker]

Rough night for the Pac-12 in hoops: Washington lost to Albany; UCLA barely beat UC Irvine by one in overtime. [Seattle Times; OC Register]

“Does any person smart enough to spoon his own oatmeal really believe that the powers that be in the BCS would set up Oregon and Kansas State if Notre Dame–Anybody were a live option?” [Grantland]

The Jets cut Aaron Maybin. He had a good run for a minute last year, but was a major non-factor this season. [Post]

Crazy story about two brothers who scammed a man out of his $5 million winning lottery ticket. [AP]

Florida’s Sharrif Floyd adopted by family that gave him benefits. [USA Today Sports]

Some thoughts on the USA/Russia soccer friendly tonight. [That's on Point]

Sally Jenkins, friend of Lance Armstrong, doesn’t seem like she’s writing about that fraud anytime soon. [Washington City Paper]

Denver Post shopping its minority stake in Colorado Rockies. [Post]

TV bloopers are always a great way to start the day. [via Hot Clicks]

Here’s a crazy fight on the streets of Vegas. One guy, who seems to start it, ends up getting his wallet and phone taken. [via Cartmaniak]

Madonna had the Gangnam Style guy on stage at a concert last night.

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