Roundup: Mike Trout Hits for the Cycle, College Football's Biggest Freaks & Johnny Manziel is Throwing Blindfolded Passes

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Mike Trout hit for the cycle against Seattle, becoming the youngest player (he’s 21) to do so since 1929. [LA Times]

The 20 craziest athletic freaks in college football, led, of course, by Mr. Clowney. [CBS Sports]

Charles Woodson said no to Denver and signed a 1-year deal with the Raiders. [Mercury News]

Bad look for Tiger? Lindsay Vonn linked to a shady steroid doctor in Germany. [NYDN]

Johnny Manziel is now throwing passes blindfolded. The cameras were turned off, though. [Star Telegram]

A Vanderbilt basketball player is transferring. He wants to go to Pittsburgh. Vanderbilt is blocking that attempted move. [Post Gazette]

Vinny Del Negro’s contract expired with the Clippers and he wasn’t retained. TJ Simers thinks it was to appease Chris Paul & Blake Griffin. [Yahoo Sports, LA Times]

Pacers fan Jason Whitlock thinks the Pacers can beat the Heat. [Fox Sports]

Mario Williams has had a rough couple weeks. After his awful year in Buffalo, Bills fans must already be fed up with him. [Press Coverage]

Samuel Dalembert’s younger brother will play college basketball for JMU. [City of Basketball Love]

Why does Memphis lean heavily on left-handed basketball players? [WSJ]

This guy got some air on this jump. [via Adam]

So does the dog owner have to pay for this ruined wedding dress? [via Hot Clicks]

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