Aly Michalka from Grown Ups 2 … Times discovers college girls have sex with no strings attached because they’re busy … “Athens woman stiffed by male stripper” … among college baseball teams, LSU has the most twitter followers … are you familiar with the Pixar Theory? … crazy story about the Brazilian rapper who was shot and killed on stage last week … “Man knocked unconscious, cracks skull in Manhattan after racial slur” … very expensive, but what a trip this would be … the guy who started Tumblr has a pretty cool backstory … at some beaches, you can’t have your toddler naked while cleaning them up … Cory Monteith from Glee died in a Vancouver hotel room … boy survives being trapped under sand dune for six hours …
Jordany Valdespin of the Mets, “upon learning he had been demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas on Saturday, got into a confrontation with Terry Collins, during which he called the manager a ‘c–ksucker.’” [NY Post]
Johnny Manziel’s Dad said his son was suffering from ‘dehydration,’ and that’s why he left Peyton Manning’s football camp early. [Dallas Morning News]
Meet the Cleaner for Oregon football. [Oregonian]
Norman Chad has some thoughts on broadcasters. [Wash Post]
Despicable Me 2 won the weekend box office, followed by Grown Ups 2. Pacific Rim came in 3rd. I won’t be seeing any of those until they hit cable. [THR]
Syracuse football player survived child abuse from his mom. [Syracuse.com]
“You learn not to care about what ESPN and Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith have to say. You learn to get above that.” [Houston Chronicle]
If you’re wondering what Jacory Harris is up to … he’s on the Edmonton Eskimos practice squad. [Herald]
Andy Roddick has a bulldog named Bob Costas? [Post]
Eighty-year old man crosses something off bucket list: Becoming an NHL owner. [Times Colonist]
Jeff Taylor, formerly of Vanderbilt, delivered a facial in Summer League action. [via Point Forward]
At the 1:30 mark, check out Joey Logano clip a crew member who changed his tire. [H/T Jonathan]
A few days late on this, but a TV station has some advice on what to do if you have an encounter with a bear.
In three days, this video of Shia LaBeouf staring at a cyclist at a red light has five million views on You Tube.