Camila Morrone, a model … the Browns were never high on Carson Wentz … a writer spent the 1st Saturday of the college football season with Steve Spurrier … “Ex-Subway Pitchman Jared Fogle Files Motion Blaming Child Victim’s Parents for Emotional Distress” … interesting read about Fox News, and where it goes over the next 10 years … “Man charged after Green Bay Juggalos host blood-drinking ritual, cutting off woman’s finger” … large spiders on LA hiking paths means I won’t be hiking … two pythons fighting on top of a house might make your skin crawl … powerful op-ed in the LA Times from actress Gabrielle Union … “A Ranger, a Field of Wildflowers and the Retelling of Flight 93” … she lit a car on fire, thinking it was her ex-boyfriend’s; alas, it was not his … “Clown tried to lure kids into Woods with Treats” … NYT columnist seems to take some veiled shots at his newspaper’s coverage of Hillary Clinton …
There’s less than a month left in Vin Scully’s awesome run as the voice of the Dodgers. Will his final broadcast be picked up by TBS? [New York Times]
A high school football player in Ohio has two prosthetic legs. He’s a defensive end. [Thunder Treats]
Tough read on Sam Huff, the former Redskins star and Hall of Famer who is suffering from dementia. [Washington Post]
Your annual column comparing college football to the NFL, which is silly. Why can’t you like them both? If I had to keep one, it’d be the NFL. [Cincinnati.com]
I was unaware Marshawn Lynch had this good of a summer. [Rolling Stone]
Sorry for the sad stories today, but burglars robbed the home of Jordan Foltz. He was at the University of Nebraska honoring his brother’s death. [KLKNTV]
The Dodgers and Brewers discussed a potential Yasiel Puig-for-Ryan Braun trade? [Fox Sports]
Nick Kyrgious quit in the middle of his US Open match, and now John McEnroe is telling him to give up the sport. [Guardian]
It’s cute that Tony Romo thinks the Cowboys will meet the Seahawks in the playoffs, so he can get revenge on Cliff Avril. [Star Telegram]
“Jake Plummer’s pot crusade.” [Bleacher Report]
Devin Hester signed with the Ravens over the weekend. [Baltimore Sun]
This is going to be very scary for the long-term future of football: “A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Pop Warner, the nation’s largest youth football league, claiming that the organization knowingly put players in danger by ignoring the risks of head trauma.” [NYT]
If you loved the first weekend of college football – and who didn’t? – you can thank this guy for scheduling it. [ESPN]
If you like a good mauling, check out FSU’s right tackle here.
Reminds me of that line from 8-Mile: “Trailer trash, I’ll choke you ’til your last breath” …
Because we won’t talk about Tom Brady for awhile … why exactly did he play in a half of the 4th preseason game?
Pumped up about how good the weekend was in college football.