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Roundup: Boston Loves Mariano Rivera, Former Auburn Hoops Star Drowns & Ernie Banks on Stage with Pearl Jam at Wrigley Field

Fernanda Marin Shows Off Her Bikini Body In MalibuFernanda Marin … big budget blockbusters are flopping this summer … “Female jogger caught on camera repeatedly defecating next to man’s house” … a death at Six Flags in Texas over the weekend … Vanessa Hudgens and her friend seem to be having fun in Italy … “Beer drinking king dies in competition tragedy” … care to discuss the end of Trading Places? … investment banker jumps out of 7th story window, but lives … on Obama’s comments last week about Travyon Martin … “Man acquitted in romantic bear-spray squabble” … guess my rap game is slipping if I’ve never heard of Juicy J … “Man attacks roommate with machete after station is changed” …

One season into his NFL career, there’s an RG3 book coming out. [Wash Post]

Former Auburn basketball player Korvotney Barber is missing and is believed to have drowned off the coast of Panama City Beach, says coach Tony Barbee. [AL.com]

We’re going to learn about future NFL QB Bryn Renner of UNC in his season opener against South Carolina. [Inside Carolina]

Oh, now David Stern says the NBA should embrace Vegas? [Review Journal]

Boston respects Mariano Rivera, as evidenced by this restaurant clapping for him the the other night when he rolled in. [WSJ]

Byron Mullens, who had a breakthrough season in Charlotte, has signed a 2-year deal with the Clippers. [Yahoo Sports]

“Newly released correspondence shows the faculty leader at UNC-Chapel Hill watered down a report into academic fraud to lessen the chances the NCAA would come back to campus.” [News & Observer]

I assume we’ll talk Tiger Woods today. He’s cursed! [Fox Sports]

Today, Peter King launches his new website. You already heard my podcast with him; now, read what he told a newspaper! [Boston Globe]

Sailboat battles bridge. Bridge wins. [via Adam]

Game of Thrones + Boyz II Men = Captivating. [via Bill Voth]

Cool LA video. The pool party at 1:30 looks like a good time. [via LAist]

Ernie Banks on stage with Pearl Jam at Wrigley Field.

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