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Roundup: ESPN Analyst Racially Profiled in His Driveway, Raising a Moral Child & the Oral History of Heathers

jessica albaJessica Alba at the MTV Movie Awards … man finds vibrator in large cod fishRIP former sportswriter Zander Hollander … there’s a Game of Thrones connection to Texas A&M … before lending your car to a friend, read this … the most “underrated” college in every state … two women ‘changed American music’ and then vanished … man goes on violent rampage through grocery store demanding foodif you buy a scale on Amazon, there’s a chance Amazon could think you’re a drug dealer … your 2014 Pulitzer Prize winnerscollege newspaper fills void in Michigan town … any extreme cavers out there? … these pro wrestler workouts will get you jacked in no time … man spent 24 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit … throwing women’s underwear on the table during a business dinner isn’t smart … the oral history of Heathers … how he dealt with a $624 airport parking fee

NHL player getting married this summer … in the spot where he shot his biggest deer. [Vancouver Sun]

Former MLB player Doug Glanville was racially profiled in his own driveway. [Atlantic]

Montrezl Harrell returning to Louisville is a huge victory for the Cardinals, who I had in the Top 10 in my much too early Top 25 for 2014-2015. [Courier-Journal]

Recasting Major League 25 years later. [WSJ]

Man claims to have never filled out a bracket before, but did one this year in five minutes. And he won $100 in his pool of over 10,000 entrants. [Athens Ohio Today]

Probably the best Yasiel Puig story I’ve read. [LA Magazine]

Must-read: Raising a moral child. [NYT]

James Wilder, the FSU running back who should be a mid-round draft pick next month, was arrested over the weekend on an outstanding warrant. [Tampa Bay Times]

The new VP of enforcement for the NCAA is … Jonathan Duncan. [NCAA.org]

Pennsylvania basketball player charged with seven burglaries was kicked off the basketball team last month. [Daily Pennsylvanian]

Jeff Bauman, who lost both legs in the Boston Marathon bombing, thanked Boston today. [Boston Herald]

Jerami Grant is going to the NBA, and I stand by my prediction earlier this month: Syracuse isn’t a Top 25 team next year. [SI]

Did you even know there was an NHL coach who had been at his position since 1997? He was canned Monday. [Rumors and Rants]

“There have been zero rolling 20-year periods between 1926 and 2013 during which stocks have had a negative return.” [Reformed Broker]

This may be Leo DiCaprio dancing at Coachella.

John Calipari to Mike Francesa: “I don’t tell the NBA the truth,” when talking about players who may leave early.

This LA Kings fan was really, really fired up for overtime last weekend. I bet he’s a commenter on this website.

Chris Douglas-Roberts, who hasn’t been heard from since he was a star in Memphis, hit a buzzer-beater for the playoff-bound Bobcats last night.

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