Roundup: Aaron Murray Tears ACL, Gerald Green Soars & Miley Cyrus and a Cat at the American Music Awards

genesis_rodriguez_Génesis Rodríguez … guy from The OC is engaged to actress from Gossip Girl … but, uh, people had the internet in 1996 … cool peak into Idaho’s athletic budget … how snapchat plans on making money …  … ESPN Sportscenter anchor Lindsay Czarniak is pregnantSwedish woman finds 2,000 year old gold ringCandice Swanepoel had a photo shoot on the beach … the top 10 books of the year … who won at the American Music Awards, if you care …

Will Muschamp will return as Florida coach, “sources” say, but his staff might look different before Saturday’s finale against the Seminoles. [Sentinel]

UNC 93, Louisville 84 in a big surprise. Marcus Paige scored 32 points. The Cardinals had just eight assists on 26 baskets. [Courier Journal]

Chicago’s first game since the Derrick Rose injury? A 121-84 drubbing at home against the Clippers. [Sun-Times]

Aaron Murray tore his ACL Saturday, then went 13 more plays before coming out of the game. [Dog Bytes]

Mike Wise has some thoughts on the N-Word. [Wash Post]

The St. Louis Cardinals signed Jhonny Peralta to a 4-year, $52 million deal. [Post-Dispatch]

Aaron Craft’s roommates have a twitter feed. Something seems odd about this, but maybe it’s just me. [Sporting News]

John Chavis, the LSU defensive coordinator, is the only man who knows how to stop Johnny Manziel. [SI]

Strip clubs, man: “$40,000 of the roughly $150,000 collected by the Office of Tax and Revenue was paid in $1 bills.” [Biz Journals]

Gus Malzahn is trying to trademark, ‘Hurry Up, No Huddle.’ [AL.com]

Gerald Green, having a terrific season so far in Phoenix, broke out the windmill dunk against Orlando. Suns 104, Magic 96.

This is what it sounds like to be inside a house hit by an EF4 tornado.

Here’s Miley Cyrus performing at the VMAs with a giant cat image on the screen behind her.

Kirk Hinrich’s hard foul couldn’t stop Blake Griffin, who powered through it. No Ballin’ today.

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