Sophia Bush … the original Batmobile sold for $4.6 million … why strippers are flocking to North Dakota … what is middle class in Manhattan? … “Ray Nagin indicted on 21 corruption charges including wire fraud, bribery and money laundering” … great news if you’re young and on the DC bar scene … love the ink on this VCU cheerleader … what are the most popular journalism schools? … these Kentucky men were arrested for drinking in a post office … this 1958 Ferrari sold for $8.25 million … UCLA apparently has the most “Sugar Babies” in So Cal … Jeff Pearlman on how he met his wife … a newspaper columnist departs …
Pace yourself with the ‘Har Bowl’ stuff; we’ve got two weeks, guys. [Ray Ratto]
“… with great cleavage comes great responsibility.” Who said it? [NYT]
Deep, deep story into the life of Leandro Barbosa. Terrific read. [Comcast Sportsnet]
Matt Ryan was brilliant in the first half of the NFC Championship game; he had a fumble and an interception in the 2nd half. [AJC]
James Harris will take an assistant general manager position with the Eagles, “assisting Kelly with personnel decisions and life skill development for players.” [Register Guard]
Stan Musial died over the weekend at the age of 92. [Post Dispatch]
MLB writer seeks driver. [Dayton Daily News]
Radio host who went off on Erin Andrews has been suspended for two days. [Herald]
For the nine of you Jets fans who are curious about the new GM. [Star Ledger]
Childhood friends Jeffrey Lurie (owner of the Eagles) and Joe Banner (CEO of the Browns) appear to be feuding. [CSN Philly]
Bob Huggins apologizes to the people of West Virginia after Mountaineers lose by 27
at home on the road to Purdue. [Exponent-Telegram]
Hard foul? Cheap shot? Dirty? All of the above?
Amazing assassination attempt in Bulgaria. The attempted shooter – rightfully – gets pounded. Wait for the old guy with the cane to come up and give him a whack.
Lupe Fiasco was booted from the stage at an Inauguration event. I’m not sure why. [via Jose]
A rather large inaugural mistake.
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