Roundup: Nina Davuluri is Miss America, Dick Vitale is a Good Guy & Skip Bayless Loves Chinese Food

cassidy snow miss teen usaCassidy Wolf … what fools are this desperate to meet this couple from the Bachelorette? … this story on Hot 97 DJ Mister Cee caught me by surprise … Nina Davuluri wins Miss America, becomes first winner of Indian descent … horrible story: man is in a car accident, looks for help, then is shot and killed by police for no reason …”Massive Molasses Spill Devastates Honolulu Marine Life” … did you talk with friends about Putin’s NYT Op-Ed over the weekend? … anyone try the ‘most expensive coffee in the world?’ … CNBC gambling show had very low ratingsKate Mara is dating a guy who was in Social Network … this one’s for all three Andy Samberg fans

Rex Ryan: Talented NFL coach leading a roster devoid of talent. [The MMQB]

How did ESPN’s 2013-2014 college basketball schedule come together? [SI]

“Former Northern Kentucky University Athletic Director Scott Eaton stole $311,215 in university funds, mostly using a scheme with Kroger gift cards …” [WCPO]

“Two of the major destinations nationally for elite-level talent and the coaches that pursue them are shut down for in-person recruiting until further notice.” [Yahoo Sports]

We broke the news to you last week, but it became official -TJ Simers has left the LA Times. [OC Register]

Dick Vitale, really good guy. [NY Post]

Miami wants an MLS team. [Herald]

What uses more electricity – Cowboys Stadium on game day, or Liberia? [WSJ]

Veteran outfielder Mark Kotsay will retire at season’s end. [Union Tribune]

Meet David Cutcliffe, the mentor to Peyton and Eli Manning. [NY Daily News]

Greg Anthony will be replacing Clark Kellogg as the lead analyst on college basketball games next season, CBS announced. Kellogg will be headed to the studio. CBS has not decided who will call the Final 4. [SI]

Skip Bayless eats Chinese food five nights a week – chicken and broccoli – and eats the same type of sandwich for lunch daily. He hangs out with a 95-year old pound “firecracker of a” woman on weekends. [Wash Post]

“Coked-up Knicks players fixed games as a favor to their drug dealer — who bet big bucks against the anemic New York squad, FBI informants claimed during the 1981-82 season.” [Post]

Did you see Keith Olbermann talking about the Redskins changing their name? You should watch this.

He jumped through the window successfully … but too bad his feet didn’t get the memo. [via Adam]

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