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While You Were Working: 12.7.12

Tennessee finally found a head coach, Shaq dubs himself the Pat Riley of comedy, bad tats, mustaches, and a new Rick Ross video for "Ten Jesus Pieces."

By James Carr December 07, 2012, 03:08 PM EST


Tennessee was finally able to convince someone to move to Knoxville and coach the Vols. They nabbed Butch Jones after rejections from Jon Gruden, Charlie Strong, Larry Fedora and Mike Gundy. Jones will take home $18 million over six years.


See, Kobe is totally different than MJ.


Meanwhile, Shaq likens himself to Pat Riley, for his ability to put the best comedic lineup together for his annual All-Star Comedy Jam.


A Washington Wizards fan will pay you to take his tickets.


Rueben Foster committed to Auburn and showed his loyalty with a large Auburn tattoo on his forearm. Today, he decommitted.



Syria's Assad may use chemical weapons on his own people in light of increased pressure against the regime.



President Obama's Chief of Staff, David Axelrod, shaved off his 40-year old mustache for charity on live TV. 



Obama's approval rating has risen since his reelection.


Rick Ross drops a new video for "Ten Jesus Pieces."




James Carr wrote for The Shadow League. 

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