Roundup: Jay-Z Sells Stake in Nets, 'Wrestlecast' and Tiger's Daughter Wore Red on Sunday, Too

hayden-panettiereHayden Panettiere … fight over dryer at campground … excellent story: newspaper reporters free innocent manthrowing axes is a thing in Toronto … unbelievable story about a woman tried to kill an 8-year old boy … hey everyone, stop complaining about how busy you are … is it a problem if the NYT aspires to be a hybrid media company like Vice? … Adam Gopnik didn’t know what LOL meant, do your parents? … I’m very excited about the upcoming movie ‘Gravity‘ … man, people hate the beautiful, wealthy, married-to-a-rock-star actress Gwyneth Paltrow … McKinsey has “offered some of the worst advice in the annals of business” … Ariel Castro found dead, hanging in his jail cell

Bill O’Brien is rolling at Penn State. [Blue and White Illustrated]

Jay-Z sells his tiny stake in the Nets to Brooklyn coach Jason Kidd. [Page 6]

It’s been over two decades since Tark was dominating at UNLV. When will the Rebels return to prominence? [Run the Floor]

Please stop criticizing Rex Ryan for going to see his son’s first college football game at Clemson. [NY Post]

Athletic trainers who butt heads with coaches over concussion treatment take career hits [Chronicle of Higher Education]

Police questioned Detroit coach Maurice Cheeks about something, but there was no arrest. [Detroit News]

Dumb, dumb, dumb dumb … Baltimore defensive player can’t keep his “game ball” following good game against FIU. [Baltimore Sun]

Bud Selig confirms that next season as commish of MLB will be his last. [SI]

Anthony Weiner attempting a Jamaican accent.

Wrestlecast is a brilliant idea. This is outstanding. [via Hot Clicks]

Awww, this is cute – Tiger Woods and his daughter both wore red for his final round Sunday!

Alison Pill of Newsroom talks about the time she accidentally tweeted out a topless photo.

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