Sophie Simmons, the daughter of Gene Simmons … car accident ejects baby from vehicle; miraculously, the baby landed fine, and was ok … security for Donald Trump at Trump Tower is going to cost the federal government millions … “Study Finds Students Have ‘Dismaying’ Inability To Tell Fake News From Real” … the Ohio State attacker ran his car into people on campus, then started stabbing them … and The Lantern just happened to profile the attacker back in August … “Rescued goat wears duck costume to calm anxiety” … warning, super sad story, don’t click: 2-year old killed in a hit-and-run incident … “How Snapchat secretly bought a struggling startup, then bet the future on it” …
Drunk tight end who plays for Colorado punched out a drunk teammate outside of a bar after the win over Utah. Then, police found drugs in the wallet of the KO’d player. [Daily Camera]
A surprising first: There are no football teams from Texas in the AP Top 25 poll for the first time since 1997. [AP]
This is a damning breakdown of why the Chiefs can’t win a Super Bowl with Alex Smith at QB. [PFF]
Nick Saban is so good and so dominant, he destroyed the SEC. [Yahoo Sports]
Indiana backup QB quits football because “I need my brain.” He’s off to Hollywood to try and be an actor/model. [Indianapolis Star]
De’Aaron Fox registered Kentucky’s first triple-double since 1988: 14 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in a rout of Arizona State. [Kentucky.com]
High school athletic director driving a boat at 40 mph hit a sandbar, and took the steering wheel and windshield to his face. He survived. [Union Tribune]
The police chief of the City of Phoenix has a son who plays for the Suns. [NYT]
This is a very interesting piece about what the US should do before hiring its next soccer coach, based on lessons from Jurgen Klinsmann. [ESPN FC]
Brian Kelly to the Bengals?
Keep your head on a swivel, Clay Matthews! In his first game back, on his first defensive drive, he got decleated.
Go up and get it, Porzingis! The Knicks lost, 112-103 as Russell Westbrook had another triple double (27-18-14).