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Roundup: Chip Kelly Might Be Waiting for the Patriots' Job, Scott Skiles Out in Milwaukee & Man Attacked by Bobcat in His Garage

Sarah Hyland … KFC story that will make you vomit … aspiring writers should read this … man sets great trap to get his iphone back … how newspapers treated the return of the NHL … that’s one helluva kick … guy wins lottery, dies of poisoning the next day … the most popular cheerleader at Sam Houston State … this had to be an Onion piece, right? .. 10 major differences between NY and LA … do more guns equal less crime? … Senator’s 19-year-old son arrested drunk at an airport … “Baby Boomers’ Last Wishes: Motorcycle Hearses And Facebook Obits” … Massachusetts man attacked by bobcat in his garage, luckily shoots and kills it …

Will Andy Reid work in Kansas City? [Star]

In defense of Mike Shanahan. [Sports on Earth]

Chip Kelly might just be holding out for the New England Patriots job. As a Jets fan, it sucks to hear that. [Oregonian]

The Bucks and Scott Skiles have parted ways. Milwaukee is 16-16. [JS Online]

Nick Saban reportedly blocked ESPN from the Alabama hotel TVs in Miami. Brilliant. [AL.com]

Jeff Darlington covered the Ravens playoff game, then drove over to cover the 2nd half of the Redskins-Seahawks game. [NFL.com]

Notre Dame won! Against Cincinnati. In college basketball. [South Bend Trib]

Seattle columnist quits the Times, partially because of those unruly internet commenters, aka, “chorus of idiots.” [Seattle Weekly]

Arizona star running back Ka’deem Carey charged with domestic violence. [Republic]

Radio guy Tom Joyner on Mike Shanahan: “If you saw the movie, just like DiCaprio had the Mandingos fighting in the room. That’s what he did. That’s what he did to RGIII.” [Bog]

The Chick Fil-A and Outback bowls got huge ratings. [ESPN Media Zone]

Alex Rodriguez struggled in the postseason because of his hip injury, which wasn’t due to steroids. Of course it wasn’t. [Post]

A great piece on the experience of attending a game at Fed Ex field. [Post]

How much is your college football team worth? [WSJ]

No surprise: The Jets have fired Tony Sparano, their inept offensive coordinator. [Mort]

The best Conan O’Brien clips of 2012. I’d completely forgotten Conan was on TV. [via Hot Clicks]

Tavon Austin, the West Virginia receiver who will be an NFL pick, has the most ridiculous high school tape since Reggie Bush.

What’s that in the background on the Swedish TV report? Is it … porn? [via Adam]

 

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