Roundup: The Oral History of Wonder Years, Watch Commuters Push Train to Free Trapped Man & Michigan's Greatest Rave Ever

ashley bensonAshley Benson, actress … masturbating man falls in river, gets arrested … a photo of Olivia Wilde breastfeeding … “acting white” … drunk woman crashes car, police find stolen python around her neck … a Russian crime gang probably has a couple of your internet passwords … “Amputee Purple Heart recipient set to make pro wrestling debut” … Rex Ryan’s son, a redshirt freshman at Clemson, broke his collarbone … Sabrina Rodriguez, who once was fondled by a baboon on live TV, was arrested for stealing coach wallets from the mall … Princeton Review’s 2015 College rankings are out, and somehow, Syracuse is the No. 1 party school … James Corden to replace Craig Ferguson as host of the ‘Late Late Show’ … 16 of the most magnificent tresses in the world .. “Pope Francis Urges Young People Not To Waste Time on Internet” … your second weirdest masturbation story of the week, this one from New Orleans … Miley Cyrus and her wacky craftsDonald Trump wants his name off two failed Atlantic City casinos bearing his name … you want to read about Boyhood’s Zoe Graham, right? … “Man accidentally shoots bullet through wall into adjoining Loudoun townhouse” …

The oral history of the Wonder Years. Probably one of my 15 favorite shows of all-time. [Paste Magazine]

Carolina message board finds that UNC critic Mary Willingham plagiarized her thesis. [News & Observer]

Dr. James Andrews says young athletes should STOP specialization and professionalism. Less year-round activity. [Cleveland.com]

A cop tells you why you should fight all speeding fines. [The Free Thought Project]

Spurs hire Becky Hammon as an assistant coach. [Express-News]

Chris Bosh now has a line of ties out: Mr. Nice Tie. [NYT]

Jim Nantz and Phil Simms likely will break the NFL record for most games announced in a season. [Classic TV Sports]

“A former employee is suing the Trail Blazers, charging that she was passed over for a promotion because of discrimination, then fired when she complained about it.” [Oregonian]

Guy who took the photo of the Michigan State sign that contained a spelling error, regrets his tweet. [I Sports Web]

Why is New York City no longer the mecca when it comes to producing elite basketball players? [Grantland]

Interesting read on reporters struggling to separate “reporting” from “personal feelings.” [NY Daily News]

Busted: “During the Federal Bureau of Investigation raid, a woman working on a laptop was ordered to put her hands up. She raised one hand and continued typing on a betting website with the other, according to a criminal complaint filed by the U.S.” [Bloomberg]

Struggling with this pinata, the kid just starts throwing punches. [via Herbie]

Michigan man threw a rave, and it’s being called one of the best parties in State history. “There’s always a coming home party.” He also uses the word “spaz” during the interview.

Very cool: How playing an instrument benefits your brain.

Giant beer pong with actress Nina Dobrev.

Commuters push train, help free man whose leg was stuck.

Because you want to see it first!

Like and follow The Big Lead today!