Roundup: Urban Meyer's Wife Reads Gators Message Boards, Spider-Man Punches Cop in Times Square & Mad Max: Fury Road Trailer is Excellent

nina agdalNina Agdal, model … inside Jay-Z and Beyonce’s crumbling marriage … court tries to subpoena dildo in Kid Rock/Insane Clown Posse case … “Spider-Man Punches Cop in Times Square” … Peaches Goldof, who died of an overdose, hid her heroin in a box containing “sweets” … missing New Hampshire teenager mysteriously returns home after nine months, nobody is saying what happened … NYT editorial board: Repeal the ban on marijuanaBolivia’s child labor law now permits 10-year olds to work … two dead, 13 injured after lightning strikes Venice Beach pier … Redskins cut former FSU draft pick following bad practice … “Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko” … for the four of you that care about the Phillies: Ryne Sandberg vs. Ryan Howard … rich people continue to buy newspapers … gun accidentally discharges while man shows it to his pregnant friend, and she died … Piper Perabo got married over the weekend … California man in coma in Mexico after gust of wind during zipline slams him into mountain at 40 mph … homeless spike in Colorado attributed to legal marijuana … bar in Spain that offered free drinks for oral sex is shut down after one video of 18-year old giving fellatio to many guys goes viral

Urban Meyer’s wife Shelley admits to still reading Florida Gators message boards, and rips the people who posts on them. [Gator Sports]

Josh Pastner you sly dog – his newest assistant coach is the father of three high school stars! [ESPN]

The NBA is reportedly considering have a weeklong All-Star break. Why? [Sun-Sentinel]

Michael Bradley, on an MLS referee this weekend: “It’s by no means an excuse — it was the same for both teams — but the referee was absolutely awful. The people at the MLS office in New York, when they talk about wanting to improve the league, the first thing that needs to be improved is the refereeing, bottom line.” [KC Star]

Penn State’s new AD: Sandy Barbour. You know her because she “stepped down” at the University of California in June. [Penn Live]

Stephen A. Smith is leaving ESPN radio for a gig on Sirius on Mad Dog radio. [NYDN]

Anthony Rendon, a 3rd baseman for the Nationals, said he doesn’t watch baseball because it’s “too long and boring.” I say shorten the season, maybe games, too; this guy disagrees. [The Cauldron]

Phil Ivey and a friend tried to bail out two defendants charged with an “international sports betting operation” for $2.5 million, but it didn’t work because the feds may deport the two men, who are Malaysian citizens. [Review Journal]

As you start to devour NFL news by the minute, file this away: Darrelle Revis has lined up exclusively at left cornerback so far. [Globe]

This piece takes no definitive stand, but there’s no way I’d part with Klay Thompson to land Kevin Love. [SI.com]

Also, the Knicks made an offer for Kevin Love: Amare’s expiring contract, Tim Hardaway and Iman Shumpert. Enter chuckle here. [WSJ]

Buried way, way at the bottom: Will the Bills listen to trade offers for running back CJ Spiller? [CBS Sports.com]

Skip Bayless, on college football: “If university boosters want to bid for the nation’s best players, let them!” [ESPN]

The new Mad Max looks fairly incredible, although it reveals little to nothing about the plot.

The first day back from vacation is always brutal. I miss being off the internet.

Good way to get on TV – do a wheelie next to some Tour de France riders. [via Adam]

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