Roundup: Alabama Freshman Cornerback Arrested, Duke Sorority Recruitment Video & Emily Ratajkowski in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue

margot robbieMargot Robbie, who told her family there was no nudity in Wolf of Wall Street… Johnny Depp is engaged to Amber Heard… here’s a Howard Stern Q&A with BillboardUPenn track/cross country runner committed suicide by jumping off a parking garage … jaywalking crackdown in NYC … this Domino’s pizza wedding is the worst … 23-year old woman beaten to death outside a nightclub in California …. gun owners will want to click this press release … twitter was split over Richard Sherman’s interview with Erin Andrews … want to read an ALL CAPS review of David O. Russell? … Emily Ratajkowski apparently is in the SI Swimsuit Issue, if you’ve seen hints like this and this … the most interesting man in the world lives a quiet life in Vermont

“Alabama freshman cornerback Tony Brown was hit with pepper spray, restrained and arrested for threatening Tuscaloosa police officers and refusing to obey their orders.” [AL.com]

Novak Djokovic was upset in the Australian Open quarterfinals, losing to Stan Wawrinka early this morning. [SI]

Matt Holiday of the Cardinals is right – if MLB wants to get serious about steroids, it needs much tougher penalties. [Post Dispatch]

Creighton 96, No. 4 Villanova 68. The Blue Jays went on the road and made 21 three-pointers. [Omaha World Herald]

The AFC title game averaged 51 million viewers; the NFC title game averaged 55 million viewers. [AP]

Rivals releases its final Top 100 list of 2014 players. Texas A&M has two signees in the Top 10. [Rivals]

Could the State of Indiana be shut out of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2005? [Indy Star]

Carl Lewis: I was bullied by Chris Christie. [NYDN]

“Quarterback Trace McSorley, who originally committed last July to Vanderbilt, has switched his pledge to Penn State.” [Philly.com]

Much better to see Dolphins in the surfing waves than sharks.

Jessica Alba played ping pong. I don’t think the sweater thing made it funnier.

This is apparently is a real Duke sorority recruitment video. [via Kentucky Sports Radio]

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