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Roundup: A Must-Read Obituary, the Oral History of Ace of Base's 'I Saw the Sign' & Billy Joel is the Greatest

Nicole Trunfio … killer commando dolphins on the loose! … here’s a popular Pittsburgh Panthers cheerleader … your Facebook likes say a lot about you! … a journalist’s guide to the media hordes at the Vatican6th grade teacher had sex with a 6th grader? … cited for driving too slowly in the left lane … the FCC is watching people who get paid to tweet … when do Zombie fads peak? … Twinkies back by the summer? … look, two Miss America candidates on the beach! …

In the last decade, no team that has lost a game by more than 17 points has won the NCAA title. Could be bad news for Duke and Georgetown. [WSJ]

The Steubenville rape trial begins this week, and Dan Wetzel is writing about it. You should read this. [Yahoo Sports]

Aquille Carr, high school stud, isn’t going to Seton Hall. He’s going overseas, Brandon Jennings-style. [Star Ledger]

“Sorry, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig. We won’t hand over records that detail the inner workings of Biogenesis, the controversial Coral Gables anti-aging clinic that allegedly supplied prohibited drugs to six professional baseball players, including Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez.” [Miami New Times]

This is being called one of the best obits ever written. [Sun Herald]

It’s shaping up as a monster year for Homer Bailey and the Reds. [Cincinnati.com]

Jason Cole makes it sound like the Jets are royally screwing up the Darrelle Revis situation. Shocker! [Yahoo Sports]

The oral history of Ace of Base’s smash hit, I saw the Sign. [Esquire]

Check out Derek Dooley’s $2.9 million house for sale. [Outkick the Coverage]

Nice read here on a bull rider who was paralyzed 15 years ago. [Observer]

Watch the boss jump in around the :30 mark and break it down like a math equation. Yes, this is eight months old.

Billy Joel is the man. [via Arash]

It’s too bad Detroit didn’t make the NCAA tournament. Doug Anderson can fly.

How did nobody tell him he was nearing the end of the stage? [via Adam]

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