Roundup: How Chris Petersen Rebuilt the Huskies & Uber Lost $800 Million in the 3rd Quarter

Roundup: How Chris Petersen Rebuilt the Huskies & Uber Lost $800 Million in the 3rd Quarter

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Roundup: How Chris Petersen Rebuilt the Huskies & Uber Lost $800 Million in the 3rd Quarter

Devon Windsor, a Victoria’s Secret model … Uber had a rough 3rd quarter, losing $800 million … this is so unspeakably sad, I’m sorry for posting it: “What it’s like to lose a spouse in your 30s” … Kanye West had to pay a family member $250k to prevent them from releasing a sex tape of the rapper and a woman … how Alec Baldwin prepares to be Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, featuring “puffs” … “Teen shoots girlfriend in the head during argument on the way to the bus stop” … these deep sea creatures almost look too fake to be believed … 

Nice read on how Chris Petersen quickly rebuilt the Washington Huskies into a contender. [Seattle Times]

JMU football has suspended seven players ahead of the Division I-AA (sorry, FCS) title game, but would only confirm two of them. [JMU Rivals]

Jets fans will remember Mo Lewis. So will Patriots fans. Now, his son is a power forward at Harvard. [Boston Globe]

The Rockets led the Spurs by 13 with under five minutes left, but gave up a 19-4 run to end the game, and lost, 102-100. [Chronicle]

I take the media to task for merely talking about benching Dak Prescott; Ian Rapoport joins the show to talk about the NFL coaching rumor mill and Carson Palmer contemplating retirement. [Full 3-Hour Fox Sports Radio Show; 30-Minute ‘Best of’ Podcast]

Knicks 118, Pacers 111. For the first time all season, the Knicks won a game in which they trailed after three quarters. The “Big 3” scored 80 points. [NY Daily News]

Saturday was a great day in college basketball outside of Malik Monk: It was the highest scoring day in the sport in two decades. [Ken Pom]

You know the tide has finally turned on bowl games when the Wall Street Journal is saying things blogs were saying years ago: “largely meaningless game.” [WSJ]

Love this story on Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware, who I think will make a fine pro. [CBS Sports]

A few days late, but this is what it looks like to heat a knife, and cut it through things.

It feels like JaVale McGree is going to have a few big games when it matters in the postseason, right?

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