Roundup: NFL Cheerleaders Do Mannequin Challenge; Oral History of Double Dare & Kanye West Cancels Tour

LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 20:  Actresses Nina Dobrev (L) and Julianne Hough speak onstage during the 2016 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 20, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Roundup: NFL Cheerleaders Do Mannequin Challenge; Oral History of Double Dare & Kanye West Cancels Tour

Roundup

Roundup: NFL Cheerleaders Do Mannequin Challenge; Oral History of Double Dare & Kanye West Cancels Tour

Julianne Hough … “Police charge alleged naked burglar of Towson pizza shop” …why did Milwaukee have its lowest voter turnout in 16 years? … perfect read for your long Thanksgiving travel: The Oral History of Double Dare … “The voters Clinton really lost—the ones she was targeting and relying on for victory—were college-educated whites” … after announcing he would have voted for Donald Trump, Kanye West cancels the rest of his tour … if you like spy stories, this one is tremendous … was unaware of the story about Ivanka Trump’s husband, and how his dad allegedly bought the kid’s way into Harvard (bonus: juicy prostitute story) … it’s not going to end well for our President if he doesn’t distant himself from White Nationalists

Mild upset in Maui – Oregon, which got Dillon Brooks back, lost to struggling Georgetown, 65-61. [Oregonian]

Man, this is depressing: “How a Serial Con Man Fooled Silicon Valley and Took an NFL Star’s Millions.” [Inc]

Why we need an 8-team college football playoff, with Dan Wolken. Bill Belichick sent a message to Tom Brady. And Aaron Rodgers struggles, with Mike Florio. [Full Fox Sports Radio Show; Best of 30-Minute Podcast]

Mike Trout can’t become the face of MLB … not on a bad Anaheim team. [Fox Sports]

Chip Kelly said he hasn’t received assurances he’ll be the 49ers head coach next year. [SF Gate]

Darrelle Revis has filed a lawsuit against his agents, whom he fired after he signed his last deal with the Jets. [NYDN]

“Deloitte report suggests promotion and relegation would be good for U.S. soccer.” [What a Howler]

The Warriors beat the Pacers by 37. Paul George didn’t play. The Warriors have quietly won eight in a row. [SF Gate]

Tom Herman will replace Charlie Strong at Texas, but Chip Kelly makes plenty of sense, too.

Lonzo Ball remains highly entertaining. Watch his hands closely here.

The Miami Dolphins cheerleaders did the mannequin challenge.

Josh Jackson. He’s a lottery pick in 2017.

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