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Roundup: Brian Williams Raps, Tight End Reviews Movies & Michelle Beadle Talks Horse Racing

charisa carpenterCharisma Carpenter … Michelle Beadle did an interview mostly about horse racing … sad high school/college sports story out of Boston … Sasha Cohen, former Figure Skating champ, takes great photos … the Toronto Mayor drug video story continues to get crazy … would you like to see the house where the Mayor smoked crack? … “Carey Mulligan Eyed to Play Hillary Clinton in Biopic” … Buffalo is getting a Popeyes! … CBS Sports makes an announcing hire … Eastbound and Down will return in September for one final season … fewer at Harvard want to major in humanities

Next time you hear about a 7th grader or 8th grader completely dominating, remember: “Elite Athletes Often Shine Sooner or Later — But Not Both.” [Science Daily]

Blackhawks 3, Kings 2, and Chicago now leads the series 3-1. [Sun-Times]

Browns tight end has website where he reviews movies. [Plain Dealer]

Tremendous story on the two dudes who wrote, Whoomp There Is Is! One did three years in jail. “The song generates up to $500,000 in a good year, which is divvied up among the rights-holders and lawyers; DC and Steve might collect up to $70,000 each.” [5280 Magazine]

Good read on Jermaine Jones the USA soccer enforcer. [Fox Sports]

“Video: Ndamukong Suh breaks golf club during charity outing.” That’s power, kid. [My Fox Detroit]

Gambling is legal in London, and the NFL goes there, so why not Vegas? [The Sporting News]

Brian Williams. Nothin’ but a G thing. Well done, Fallon. [via Jimmy Traina]

This happened in Saudi Arabia. Why? I’m not sure.

Sunday, Bloody Sunday, as performed at a Dinner Party. Cool.

People love to hassle reporters on site at sporting events. [via Hot Clicks]

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