Sunday Link-Off: Straight Cash

In honour of the royal visit to Canada, here’s Camilla Luddington who played Kate Middleton in the TV movie William and Kate.

The boys at Deadspin have done it again. They’ve obtained copies of the NFL League Office’s financial statements. It paints an interesting picture of what the league office does for its teams. (Deadspin)

It’ll still be a while before we all see the new Ayrton Senna documentary but here’s a review of what racing fans around the world are excited for. (Grantland)

Not all stories in motorsports are great though. For example, IndyCar is imploding because of a horrible series of TV deals. (Daly Planet)

After the jump, the Ravens are back, the News of the World gets cancelled and Holland’s worst driver.

The Carleton Ravens are back. An alumni group is restarting the storied Ravens football team in time for the 2013 season. No sense rushing into it I guess. (55-Yard Line)

It’s been 15 years since one of the most important moments in wrestling history. This year is the 15th anniversary of Hulk Hogan’s heel turn and the formation of the nWo. (Camel Clutch Blog)

The big media story of the week has been the closing of the News of the World. It’s another one of the many scandals of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. The man behind exposing many of those scandals is one of his British paper rivals: The Guardian’s Nick Davies. (Slate)

We’re talking about Charlie on the next Lowdown BlogCast but for now, here’s a quick look at Charlie Sheen’s next series. It’s a TV version of Anger Management. (TMZ)

Good news, Uncharted fans: David O. Russell is out and Neil Burger is in as the director of the Uncharted movie. Now, let’s get campaigning for our star, Browncoats! (Variety)

EA Sports is stepping it up again for NHL 12. There’s improved AI, better physics and full-contact goalies. Someone wants to steal NBA 2K’s thunder at the various video game awards. (Kotaku)

GT TV had a properly good exclusive in their latest episode. They had the complete E3 demo of BioShock Infinite. I need that in my life. (GameTrailers)

Want to check FaceBook at work discretely? Have you heard of Ironically, it was made by a Yale student. (The Campus Socialite)

Ever want to pattern your life after Don Draper? Follow this handy What Would Don Draper Do? flowchart. (The Oatmeal)

Long before this latest scandal, Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie had some fun at Rupert Murdoch’s expense.

You’ve probably seen this before but here’s Holland’s worst driver. It’s a pretty intense clip showing why their worst driver is worse than ours. By the way, no one was seriously injured in the filming of this reality show.

The MLB All-Star game is Tuesday and the Home Run Derby is Monday. The big star of the week is Toronto’s Joey Bautista. He’s so big that he’s got his own autotune song.


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