Jessica Biel … if you’re into the media, here’s a cool Nielsen social media report … who knew Louisville was such a destination? … Bar Refaeli, please keep twit-picking … funny headline: Deer 60,000, hunters 5 … “Cruel new fact of crustacean life: lobster cannibalism” … woman in Iowa turns 115 … meth mugshots remain terrifying … the 50 best journalism programs in the country … have you read this paper on how to beat Roulette? … the hard life of an NFL longshot … he’s 28, never played high school football, but wants to be a college kicker … she robbed a bank, then bragged on YouTube … RIP Dave Brubeck …
Barry Alvarez, the Wisconsin AD, will return to the sidelines to coach the Badgers in the Rose Bowl. [JS Online]
Very good list of future NFL GMs. Could be a lot of GM turnover this year. [NFL.com]
Is there a financial correction coming to baseball? [Splice Today]
Cal’s new football coach: Sonny Dykes. Not sure why Bears fans are upset. It’s a good, not great job, and Dykes knows offense. [SF Gate]
What an athlete’s brain looks like after head trauma. [NYT]
Fran Fraschilla’s son, Matt, has committed to playing basketball at Harvard. [ESPN]
Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas wrote a memoir, and here’s a review. [Guardian]
Very good read on Daryl Morey, the analytical GM of the Rockets. [SI]
Jeff Conine would like to see a clean Hall of Fame. The jokes write themselves. [Herald]
Ryan Howard got married over the weekend, and his wife jumped in the ocean to “trash” the dress. [Crossing Broad]
Good read on DeMar DeRozan of the Raptors. [CBS]
Did a rift between Mike Gundy and his AD cause the coach to flirt with Tennessee? [Oklahoman]
The great story about two brothers who have college football-related twitter feeds and go HAM on one another. [CBS Sports]
Woman featured in Times story about sexual disorder commits suicide. [Tampa Bay Times]
Megan Fox will be in the movie “This is 40.” You’ve seen the commercials, I’m sure.
Jimmy Fallon quietly is doing a lot of cool stuff on late night TV.
Did Don Mattingly say “shit” on MLB Network? Note: Donnie Baseball was my favorite baseball player for about a decade.
The hosts can’t stop laughing at the word “cock.”
Kim Clijsters playing tennis at the age of nine.
Have never owned a cat or dog, but I found myself laughing a couple times at this. [via Hot Clicks]
Here’s a drunk guy passed out on the urinal. I cringed through most of this. [via Adam]