Roundup: UFC Fighter Josh Samman Died, NCAA Rules Army Vet Ineligible, Giants Beat Mets

Roundup: UFC Fighter Josh Samman Died, NCAA Rules Army Vet Ineligible, Giants Beat Mets

Roundup

Roundup: UFC Fighter Josh Samman Died, NCAA Rules Army Vet Ineligible, Giants Beat Mets

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The Giants beat the Mets in the NL Wild Card. Madison Bumgarner was dominant and Jeurys Familia gave up a 3-run homer in the 9th. [ESPN]

The fight to save Johnny Manziel from himself. [Vanity Fair]

Isaiah Brock, who served in the Army, has been ruled ineligible by the NCAA. The latest in a long line of awful decisions by the organization. [CBS Sports]

Should the Cardinals and Panthers start freaking out yet? [538]

Man shot after carrying machete into Colorado football facility. [USA Today]

Reggie Jackson could miss 6-8 weeks. [Freep]

Nationals fans donated lucky charms to help the team. [Washington Post]

UFC middleweight Josh Samman died six weeks after going into a coma. Drugs are suspected, but the cause of death has yet to be determined. [MMA Junkie]

The story of Devon Gales, the Southern University player paralyzed and now forever connected to Georgia. [FOX Sports]

Noah Syndergaard demonstrates the one move that gets you out of any sticky situation – the slow motion hair flip. Should have just done this in the 8th and 9th last night.

Fox News’ Jesse Watters had a racist man on the street bit in Chinatown.

The first trailer for Jordan Peele’s horror movie.

Dinesh and Gilfoyle were in a video before the Google event this week.

The Rock recently watched his first WWE match which is nearly 20 years old.

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