Roundup: Facebook Dispute Leads to Killing, Braxton Miller is Back & High School Football Catch of the Year

maria_menounosMaria Menounos … Nintendo has no plans to sell its stake in the Mariners … here’s a story on Ted Cruz that will get the Republicans worked up … people like the expensive new Iphone … idiot leaves his kid in the car, goes in strip clubwoman killed over Facebook dispute … mom on meth chops off head of pet bunny in front of her kids … “Rise of Single Moms Drives Down Overall Income” … a churro Ice Cream sandwich? … man punches bear, survives … this Auburn fan was really drunk when he stole a truck and hit nine parked vehicles … icing a girl’s broken arm with an ice cream sandwich

If you went to bed early: Broncos 37, Raiders 21. If you got 15.5 early in the week, they covered! Terrelle Pryor suffered a concussion. [SF Gate]

It isn’t quite time to imagine Kobe playing for another NBA team, but we’re getting close. [LA Times]

“The score was 9-2 in favor of the Indians on the scoreboard and 0.0 for Comcast SportsNet Houston — the regional network owned by the Astros, Rockets and NBC Sports Group — in the daily report compiled by the Nielsen Co., which measures television viewing levels.” [Chronicle]

Vikings owner Zygi Wilf and his family lose in court, will be writing a check for about $84 million. [Star Ledger]

Russell Westbrook hasn’t been cleared to play, which means he might not be ready for the Thunder’s opener at the end of next month. [Oklahoman]

The Pittsburgh Pirates, who fortunately were not contracted by the sport, have somehow qualified for the 2013 MLB postseason. [Tribune]

Yeah, last weekend was a forgettable one in college football. [Houston Press]

I’m sure plenty will argue Maryland and NC State are “Top 20” college basketball programs. [SI]

Braxton Miller to start for Ohio State Saturday against Wisconsin. [Cleveland.com]

Canelo/Mayweather made boatloads of money, so here’s an estimate that Manny Pacquiao lost $100 million by not fighting Money Mayweather. [Sports Business News]

Things that are obvious: Alabama 2013 is not nearly as good as Alabama 2012. [AL.com]

“The surprising revelation that the San Francisco 49ers are about 5,000 parking spaces short at the team’s new stadium has rapidly set off a chain of events that has everyone from soccer coaches and golfers to Boy Scout troops and Native Americans fighting mad.” [Mercury News]

A candidate for high school football coach of the year. [via Hot Clicks]

Walter White watches as Jeff Daniels wins the Emmy for Best Actor.

Spectacular Porsche crash.

If you glue an iphone to the sidewalk, how many people will try to pick it up? [via Adam]

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