Alexis Ren, an Instagram model … “Man critical after being shot six times outside book party” … here’s a Donald Trump interview from 1994 about business and his ex-wife, it’s pretty interesting … the deadliest highway in America is located in California (not near me, thankfully) … Kylie Jenner talks about how she’s gained 16 pounds in a good way … I came away from this glad I never bought stock in twitter … this is how far off the election we are: Jamie Lee Curtis is upset about comments Donald Trump made about Lindsay Lohan in 2004 … how ugly this election is getting: a GOP office in North Carolina was firebombed … Arizona newspaper endorses Hillary Clinton for President, gets flooded with extremely negative responses …
Good to be back on the radio, and here’s my podcast about the lack of NFL villains, the media-created Durant/Westbrook feud, and being on team Dak Prescott [Fox Sports Radio, Full Show; 30-Minute Best of Podcast]
This is an extremely critical piece of Aaron Rodgers, but it’s spot on. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Will Grier talks about his suspension at Florida, and leaving and winding up in West Virginia. [Bleacher Report]
Awful story of a youth football coach shot at night after practice in front of parents and children. [Sun-Sentinel]
Checking in on Lamar Odom a year after his overdose at a brothel. [E Online]
Gotta love a story about a guy who quits his day job to run a sports blog. [Chicago Tribune]
The GM of the Red Sox left to be the GM of … the Diamondbacks? [Globe]
Good, in-depth look at the LSU/Florida scheduling mishap that has been fixed. [Outkick the Coverage]
Nice timing on this Dak Prescott cover story. The kid has been the real deal through the first six games. [Sports Illustrated]
We’re entering the final week of the MLS regular season, and ESPN has some cool plans for Sunday. [Philly.com]
Look-at-me columnist suggests Purdue should hire Les Miles. Yes, that’s where Les Miles wants to start over at this stage in his career. [Indy Star]
The NFL continues to inflict unnecessary damage to its own product with these silly taunting penalties.
So this is legal in hockey.
Lamar Jackson, from Friday night, got out of a 5-on-1 situation against Duke. (57 seconds into the video)