Roundup: Alabama Fan Road Rage; Bush is Voting for Clinton & Mel Gibson to Be Father for 9th Time

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - FEBRUARY 28:  Actress Sofía Vergara attends the 2016 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 28, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Roundup: Alabama Fan Road Rage; Bush is Voting for Clinton & Mel Gibson to Be Father for 9th Time

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Roundup: Alabama Fan Road Rage; Bush is Voting for Clinton & Mel Gibson to Be Father for 9th Time

LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 18: Actress Sofia Vergara attends the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Sofia Vergara … Mel Gibson, 60, is going to have his 9th child; his girlfriend is 26 … what $100 can buy you in each state, though $100 is vastly different in Hawaii vs Arkansas … “I Spent Six Days Protecting Tupac on His Deathbed” … I’m looking forward to seeing Magnificent Seven … “More than 800 immigrants mistakenly granted citizenship” … when Julia Louis-Dreyfus said during her Emmy speech her father died, everyone flooded the twitter feed of Richard Dreyfus … Bill Murray was a guest bartender in Brooklyn over the weekend … man with Alabama face tattoo flashes gun during road rage incident, gets arrested … “Woman Drives Into Oncoming Traffic to Avoid Going to NJ” … wild story about how thieves actually cracked the Chelsea bombing caseGeorge HW Bush is voting for Hillary Clinton … 

Sounds like Josh McCown will be out for awhile, and the Browns will start Cody Kessler Sunday at Miami. [Plain-Dealer]

The parallels of Nothing Lasts Forever, starring Rex Ryan, Darrelle Revis and Robert Griffin III. [Full 3-Hour Radio Show; 30-Minute Podcast]

Rudy Gay tells the Kings he’s done and not coming back after this season, so trade him. [The Vertical]

Two networks are down a bit so far this year in NFL TV ratings; Fox is not. [Sports Media Watch]

This is a lengthy story about wrestling: “Harley Race was the reigning king of wresting for decades. Now, his son Leland is laying claim to the throne inside the ring—while looking out for the aging monarch outside it.” [STL Mag]

Devon Allen, the Olympian sprinter/Oregon receiver, suffered a knee injury against Nebraska and is done for the season. [Oregonian]

Kirby Smart didn’t like the local media questioning his offensive line coaching of the Bulldogs. [AJC]

Starting in six days, ESPN will debut a once-a-week bilingual sports show. [LA Times]

Did NFL TV partners try to bury the Colin Kaepernick protest story by not showing players kneeling this week? [The Sporting News]

Jimmy Kimmel got in a “hit ’em with the Hein” at the Emmys. Nice job.

Trevor Siemian is 2-0, but I’ve got a few reasons you should pump the brakes.

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