Lil' Romeo is all grown up and heading to USC next season. :: Peter Kramer/Getty Images
As you've probably heard, Lil' Romeo -- who averaged 8.6 points a game for Beverly Hills High School this season -- is heading to USC on a basketball scholarship. Sound fishy? It is. According to a story in today's Wall Street Journal, the son of Master P was awarded a $44,000 scholarship because of his close friendship with another top recruit -- not his ability on the court.
Urban Meyer is Awesome
We can't say enough good things about the Florida football coach for organizing the "speed challenge". In the event -- which takes place on April 12 during the annual Orange and Blue Game -- a student can win a scholarship by beating Percy Harvin, Deonte Thompson, Louis Murphy and Chris Rainey in a 40-yard dash.
Michael Beasley may want to pursue a career in politics. :: AP
National Player of the Year may not be the only race Kansas State's Michael Beasley wins this year. The freshman received 29 votes to be a candidate on the Board of Directors for Student Publications. Beasley's reaction to the news: "That's crazy!"
It may not be in theaters for another six weeks, but Pineapple Express looks like the best stoner movie since Dazed and Confused.Check out the trailer.
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