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Oregon State Coach/First Brother-In-Law Craig Robinson Delivered A Presidential Photobomb


The web roundup for Monday, January 21. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to tips@sportsgrid.com. Now, our starting five.

1. Craig Robinson rings in President Obama’s second term.

Or as I guess one might refer to him in this context, “Michelle’s brother.” [Ken Fang]

2. This interview happened less than one year ago.

Meanwhile: today, this news. My, how things change. Sorry, Sacramento. [YouTube]

3. Missouri coach Frank Haith could be in some hot water.

Mizzou also got blown out by Florida two days ago. Not the greatest week for a Tigers program that otherwise looks very promising. [Eye on College Basketball]

4. This is a parade float consisting of a giant vagina swallowing Roger Goodell (uh, NSFW, probably).

But if you are not at work, we recommend checking it out. Think New Orleans has forgiven Roger Goodell yet? [Deadspin]

5. Not sports related, still important.

Rich and famous person takes the subway, just like the plebs; Lupe Fiasco has bad timing; Bill Clinton-Kelly Clarkson photobomb!; Optical illusions, so trippy.

What’s on TV tonight.

NBA: San Antonio at Philadelphia (7:00 p.m., TNT); L.A. Lakers at Chicago (9:30 pm., TNT); men’s college basketball: Georgetown at Notre Dame (7:30 p.m., ESPN); Texas at Oklahoma (9:30 p.m., ESPN); NHL: Detroit at Columbus (7:30 p.m., NBCSN); Women’s college basketball: Duke at Connecticut (7:00 p.m., ESPN2).

Food porn of the day.

“Blueberry Cheesecake.”

And finally, tonight….

Pistol-whipping and football.





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