November? Yeesh. This week’s links:

* Today’s John Gagliardi’s 87th birthday. Frank Rajkowski of the St. Cloud Times caught up with the retired legend. And KSTP has a chat with the former St. John’s coach.

* Patrick Reusse went to the Phoenix Suns game. At least, that’s where he thought he was headed. A classic bit of Reusse storytelling.

* Interesting old profile of Osama bin Laden.

* Grantland takes a look at where the Oscar race stands.

* Remembering a time when Tim McCarver was really, really good.

* Are Pardon the Interruption and Around the Horn losing viewers? If they are, could it be because there’s not enough screaming?

* The sexy sexually active men of erectile dysfunction ads.

* The Milwaukee Bucks have not started their season at home in 29 years. That’s the way they want it.

* A person who had never seen a horror movie reviews Texas Chainsaw Massacre. 

* The Indy Star dives deep into the day that beloved Butler basketball coach Brad Stevens decided to leave for the Boston Celtics.

* Packers tight end Jermichael Finley penned a piece about his experience suffering a spinal injury in a recent game.

* Allen Iverson officially retired this week with an emotional press conference. The Answer said he has no regrets.


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