Roundup: Powerball Reaches $675 Million, NFL a Political Powerhouse, Football in L.A.

Roundup: Powerball Reaches $675 Million, NFL a Political Powerhouse, Football in L.A.

Roundup

Roundup: Powerball Reaches $675 Million, NFL a Political Powerhouse, Football in L.A.

Herizen Guardiola … no Powerball winner last night so the next drawing is up to $675 Million … video allegedly shows Pizza Hut employees getting baked on NYE … the Guns ‘N Roses reunion lineup … an incredible art-like photograph of a NYE scene … bridge shaves the tops off trucks … Good Day Chicago executive wants female reporters to take their hats off … a spoiler-filled dissenting opinion on the subject of “Making a Murderer” … Twitter’s stock didn’t react well to the 10,000 character rumor … cat cafe runs out of cats … world’s biggest online gambling ring busted in Taiwan … hoverboard and kid go into pool … Star Wars actors then and now … is the drive for success making kids sick … founder of White People Meet dated a black person once … Lego is a better investment than gold … 

Very successful high school football coach leaves for smaller program, bigger paycheck. [SportsDayHS]

Cricket team really runs up the score so a kid can score 1000 runs. [That Cricket Guy]

Roger Goodell and Cynthia Hogan are turning the NFL into a political machine. [ESPN]

Rutgers’ offensive coordinator had a near-death experience. [NJ.com]

Albert Haynesworth isn’t a fan of Washington football fans. [CSN Mid Atlantic]

Hall of Famer thinks San Diego will miss the Chargers when they’re gone. [FOX SPORTS]

The Rams are pretty high on their relocation plan. [LA Times]

Another look inside the daily fantasy industry. From a user’s perspective. [New York Times]

Washington’s frugal football team. [WaPo]

Satire about the crowds who attend Florida Panthers games. I think. [The Elbow]

The trailer for “Greater,” a movie about the life of deceased Arkansas All-American walk-on Brandon Burlsworth.

Get yourself a micro-apartment in New York City.

The trailer for Baz Luhrmann’s new Netflix series which Herizen Guardiola will be in.

D-Leaguer Jaron Johnson has been dunking on people.

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