Roundup: Cardi B and Offset Break Up, Saints Owner Pays Off Layaway for Hundreds, USA Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy

The Big Lead Ryan Glasspiegel

Christina Milian … Cardi B and Offset split amidst Offset cheating rumors … Alleged mistress apologizes … ‘Real-life Breaking Bad situation‘ in which terminally ill man sells drugs in attempt to pay for funeral … 78 journalists were killed on the job last year … “Saints owner Gayle Benson surprises 400-plus people by paying off Walmart layaway orders” … Teacher fired from Catholic school because she became pregnant out of wedlock … Greg Hardy is going to be on ESPN’s first UFC card, which also features Rachael Ostovich’s first fight since she was an alleged victim of domestic violence … Baker Mayfield thinks Lincoln Riley is ready for the NFL … USA Gymnastics files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy … More bad news for Facebook.

Where does Bama turn now on offense with Mike Locksley leaving for Maryland? []

What else USC needs to do now that they’ve landed Kliff Kingsbury [Athletic]

The Hollywood talent manager whose texts with Les Moonves were shared with the New York Times defends himself [LA Times]

A-Rod and Big Cat have a new podcast on Barstool that launches today where they interviewed Kobe Bryant, Gary V, Mike Francesa, and more [Yahoo Finance]

The argument that the Yankees should hold off on Manny Machado and Bryce Harper to wait and sign Nolan Arenado, who is more of a sure thing [Bleacher Report]

Lame duck Wisconsin governor Scott Walker working with legislators to change laws to make governor position less powerful and strip voting rights before he leaves office is very shady [Washington Post]

And this caused Walker to get booed at a Christmas tree lighting [AP]

“What happened when a white cop chose not to shoot a black man” [Pro Publica]

Eric Bischoff gave a TED talk on how the news media is stealing from pro wrestling

Kawhi Leonard had a big game against the Sixers

How to make great paper airplanes


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