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We’re not experts on putting college basketball names with faces, so we’ll let Kentucky fans be the ones freaking out on ESPN over this graphic during last night’s game against Duke (won by Duke, 75-68). That’s not Ryan Harrow, the transfer from NC State. Harrow is much blacker than this cat.
This is Ryan Harrow. Nice effort, ESPN intern.
As for your NY Post covers:
And, finally, this is the Dunkin Donuts Gronk cake that took 80 hours to complete. No word if that cake “slays the broads” or “crushes sluts.” Doesn’t even look like Gronk. Good effort, Dunkin Donuts.
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