Tanya Mityushina, a model … it’s John Mayer making moves on Demi Lovato … “How Russia Pulled Off the Biggest Election Hack in U.S. History” … so sad: Volunteer firefighter gets a call of a car on fire, and it’s his son in it … “woman charged with 1989 murder of 18-year-old woman” … awwww, man, Artie Lange is pissed at Howard Stern and this is kind of a bummer … couple weeks late on the “Rise of the ‘Bromosexual’ Friendship” … “Leading Psychosis Expert To His Students: To Avoid Risk, Hold Off On Pot Til 30” … Florida, obviously: Flaunt the school dress code, and you may be arrested … Curt Schilling is joining Breitbart as a contributor … a week old, but not good for the media: “Amy Goodman Is Facing Jail Time for Reporting on the Dakota Access Pipeline” … sorry for the sadness overload, but parents, or parents-to-be, should read this …
Organizations and teams are dumb when they tell you to stay in your lane or try to put you in a box. Also, Peter King joined the show, and he isn’t that down on the ugly NFL season. [Fox Sports Radio: 30-minute Podcast; Full show]
Columnist comes after Chip Kelly, who teaches him a thing or two about football. [Press Democrat]
Yes, I’m certainly excited for Lonzo Ball’s career at UCLA to begin. [SI.com]
Interesting read on the AT&T merger with Time Warner: “$85 billion deal provides hedge against cord-cutting, skinny bundles, ratings woes.” [WSJ]
It really is amazing how many Browns QBs have gotten knocked out. Kevin Hogan played the second half against Cincinnati. [Cleveland.com]
Absolute must-read about Jeremiah Bonsu, who ended up walking on the Dayton basketball team despite scoring just one point in his high school career. [Player’s Tribune]
Pac-12 to Mike Leach, shut the hell up. Also, pay this fine. [Spokesman]
This is a helluva block.
Of course John Cusack texts Joe Maddon constantly.
I’m as surprised as you that Kevin Hogan (!) scored on this run.