Amy Willerton … watch a woman eat two 72-ounce steaks in less than 15 minutes … 50 Cent becomes a guy’s life coach for a month … Christina Milian looks like she had fun in Vegas … the 100 “most Obsessed-over” people on the web by some wacky metric … True Detective season two to be set in California, will start casting in the coming month … 91-year old woman plans to do San Diego marathon … here are some photos of Putin and Ovechkin … “Advertisers Can Be Tricked into Paying for Spots on Bogus Sites With Fake Traffic” … why is the photograph of Falling Man disappearing? … Jim Boeheim, what a swell guy! … Miss South Texas used to be a size 24 … “Mind alteration device makes flies sing and dance” … threatening message on El Paso billboard? … if these guys are in the new Point Break, it might just suck …
Must read: “Whenever anyone, anywhere, mentions anything, we must pretend to know about it. Data has become our currency.” [Times]
Aww, the Philly media doesn’t love a sports blogger who is creating some havoc in the City of Brotherly Love. [Philly Mag]
New Mexico State offensive line coach resigns follow two arrests for “huffing compressed air.” [Las Cruces Sun News]
Put away your jump to conclusions mat, Ann Hornaday: “How many students watch outsized frat-boy fantasies like ‘Neighbors’ and feel, as Rodger did, unjustly shut out of college life that should be full of ‘sex and fun and pleasure’? How many men, raised on a steady diet of Judd Apatow comedies in which the shlubby arrested adolescent always gets the girl, find that those happy endings constantly elude them and conclude, ‘It’s not fair’? [Washington Post]
Tom Verducci is on a quest to speed up baseball because he’s angry at how slow it has become. [SI]
Justin Lower will compete at the Memorial Tournament this week. Nine years ago, his dad and brother died in a car accident. [Golf Channel]
The Pittsburgh Steelers drafted a lineman who was 6-foot-7, 400 pounds in high school. He’s actually lost weight since then. [Trib Live]
Stephen Hawking: How England can win the World Cup. [Paddy Power]
Yes, of course college is worth it. “Americans with four-year college degrees made 98 percent more an hour on average in 2013 than people without a degree.” [NYT]
Montreal 7, New York 4, and the Rangers will now have a chance to close out the Canadians at home in Game 6. [Montreal Gazette]
What it’s like to play a round of golf with Rickie Fowler. [CBS Sports]
Do the Vancouver Canucks have a scouting problem? [Canucks Army]
Tampa Bay’s Lovie Smith hires former Bucs defensive lineman Steve White as an intern. [Joe Bucs Fan]
ESPN’s new World Cup commercial. They’re all great. World Cup can’t get here quick enough.
Apparently Apple wasn’t thrilled with drunk-on-Heineken Dr. Dre in this video.
Storm chaser hit by lightning. He survived.
It’s summer, so pool basketball dunks are all the rage. [via Deadspin]