Katherine McPhee, actress … Sportswriters love Marriott! … powerful story from 30 years ago: How a reporter stopped the kidnapping of a little girl … the New Yorker, tackling the important stories: “Making sense of Modern Pornography” … Kim Kardashian may vote for Donald Trump … “After 60 years of interstate highways, author says it’s time for U.S. to rethink transportation” … is Disney taking steps to buying twitter? … when you see election polls over the next few weeks, just remember: The Same info can be interpreted in completely different ways … “Toilet Frogs Have Families Jumping Out Of Their Seats” … the New York Times has endorsed Hillary Clinton for President …
“I just play football. I ain’t no Martin Luther King.” – Michael Crabtree. [SF Chronicle]
The King Stays the King in New England – and that’s Bill Belichick. Things change, but he remains the one constant for the Patriots. Also, what is Kevin Garnett’s legacy? And impatient NFL teams in the social media era. [Full 3-Hour Radio Show; 30-Minute Podcast]
If you watched the debate and skipped fantasy football: Falcons 45, Saints 32. Devonta Freeman rushed for 152 yards, and Atlanta rung up 442 yards despite Julio Jones only having one catch. [AJC]
Nerlens Noel is like everyone else – he has no idea why the 76ers have three starting-caliber centers on the roster. [Philly.com]
Nebraska football player takes a knee during the national anthem, faces racial backlash on campus. [ESPN]
Mark Wahlberg’s best lines from ‘The Departed,’ which came out 10 years ago. [NYDN]
Arnold Palmer is being called the most beloved golfer of all-time. [Golf Channel]
Oregon losing to Colorado is a “wake up call” for the program. [Oregonian]
Three weeks for the Chargers, three players lost for the season. Keenan Allen, Danny Woodhead, and now, Manti Teo. [Union Tribune]
Kanye West bashes Taylor Swift in her own hometown.
From Sunday, Stefon Diggs showing how to run a great route.
We had a debate-style format on Monday’s Speak for Yourself. The most creative show we’ve done.
Matt Ryan made a business decision.
Watch Donald Trump snub Lester Holt after the debate.