Roundup: US vs. Belgium, Phil Knight's $7.6 Million Jet Hangar & Watch a Man Put on Pants Without Using His Hands

Roundup: US vs. Belgium, Phil Knight's $7.6 Million Jet Hangar & Watch a Man Put on Pants Without Using His Hands


Roundup: US vs. Belgium, Phil Knight's $7.6 Million Jet Hangar & Watch a Man Put on Pants Without Using His Hands

katy saundersKaty Saunders … Phil Knight is spending $7.6 million on a 29,000 square foot hangar for his Gulfstream … man stole 72 pounds of chicken, hid in daycare … fascinating story about how scratch off lottery ticket big winner spent millions on tickets to wins millions  … female rapper dating Alec Baldwin’s 18-year old daughter … Tim Brando tells Bruce Feldman how he turned down the SEC Network for Fox Sports … are you a fan of Broad City? … glad I’m not the only one who thinks Wawa is vastly overrated … “8 Black Pastors Whose Net Worth is 200 Times Greater Than Folks in Their Local Communities” … longtime AJC writer Carroll Rogers is leaving the paperLA’s richest, smartest suburbs … this two-headed alligator in Tampa has to be fake … Boomerang kids: “One in five people in their 20s and early 30s is currently living with his or her parents” … black female president at expensive prep school forced to resign after photos emerge of her mocking ‘typical white classmates’ … be careful what drugs you take in Ibiza

Lane Johnson of the Eagles facing 4-game suspension for PEDs. []

Steve Spurrier: ” … if I had had five No. 1 recruiting classes in the last six years like Alabama, I would say, ‘Fellas we are going to mess up if we lose a game, because we’ve got the best players in college football.’ But we’re not in that situation.” [Go Gamecocks]

Donte Stallworth to incoming NFL rookies: There is no excuse for DUIs. [Fox Sports]

The NCAA is re-opening its investigation into UNC athletics. [News & Observer]

Sounds like Oklahoma City is going hard after Pau Gasol. [LA Times]

After 10 seasons in Orlando, Jameer Nelson has been released and will be a free agent. [Orlando Sentinel]

“This is soccer, after all, where players are writhing in agony one second and doing the Riverdance the next, having been magically sprayed with WD-40 and oven cleaner.” [NYT]

The case against Darren Sharper. This will make your skin crawl. [SI]

Guys who shouldn’t have declared early for the NBA draft, and weren’t selected: Jahii Carson, James Michael McAdoo, LaQuinton Ross. [Dick Vitale]

Jurgen Klinsmann is unhappy that the referee for US-Belgium because he is Algerian, can speak French to the Belgium players, and the US beat Algeria at the 2010 World Cup. [Reuters]

The return of the 4-year scholarship! This is great news. [Sports on Earth]

Kevin Kolb, the former NFL QB, was arrested for boating while intoxicated over the weekend in Texas. [956 Sports]

Great read on marriage: “There’s an awesome incongruity between the purity you glimpse in the love and the fact that he leaves used tissues around the house and it drives you crazy.” [Times]

“The Nets lost $131 million more than any other NBA team last season.” [Grantland]

This man put his pants on with no hands. He’ll now be serenaded on every TV show in the country and probably turn up on Letterman or Fallon or Jon Stewart to do it live in front of a bewildered audience.

Blake Griffin did a back flip into the ocean while on vacation.

This isn’t bad, but I definitely wouldn’t call it epic. Almost 10 million views in a week? As a senior in high school, we were part of the powder puff cheerleading squad and put on a better performance. [via Hot Clicks]

Really sad: Former NFL tight end, Ben Utech, only 33, is already feeling the effects of concussions, so he wrote a song for his wife and kids. [via Buzzer]

Crossfit fail. [via Cartmaniak]

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