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Our Web Favorites: Manziel look-alike, Bartolo aftermath, millenials and Keith Olbermann

By Derek Wetmore

Hello and good day. This post is a round-up of some of our favorite things from the internet this week, sports and non-sports, curated by 1500 ESPN’s Derek Wetmore and Andrew Krammer.

Reads:

New York Times: Russian Olympic doping operation detailed by lab chief on the run

SI’s MMQB: How NFL quarterbacks are made

Ex-NFL linebacker Na’il Diggs: Life in the NFL doesn’t prepare you for life after

SI.com: The voice of baseball: Get to know Vin Scully, the man behind the mike

Listen:

Bill Simmons on a podcast with Keith Olbermann, who says he’s looking for a place to do political commentary. Hmm…

OK, I laughed:

Warning: I can’t get the following song out of my head – days after hearing it the first time. Consider yourself warned.

One of my friends from GL shared this video this week…

The millennials song parody (a capella):

~DW

Which reminded me of one of my favorite YouTube videos of all time:

“Thank you!”

~DW

JFF is now interning at 1500 ESPN

Like this post if you think our intern, @DuncYoYoGold, looks like a beefy Johnny Football pic.twitter.com/fcIzBmyRa8

— Phil Mackey (@PhilMackey) May 13, 2016

When you co-founded Microsoft but can’t stop Steph Curry buckets

r.i.p. paul allen pic.twitter.com/Ig1itSYDz0 — Erik Malinowski (@erikmal) May 10, 2016

Dwight Howard fills in for Shaq on TNT’s Inside the NBA. Of course there’s a Tweet about it.

@DwightHoward hey dude ,you bet not be fartin in my seat. You kno u need to be over in the CHARLES (NO RING BARKLEY )section #hardenshoot

— SHAQ (@SHAQ) May 11, 2016

But… Bartolo Colon’s homer is worth all the Tweets

WE ARE ALL WITNESSES. #BARTOLO pic.twitter.com/fFeRAbVIGD — megan brown (@thatgirlondeck) May 8, 2016

“I’ll never figure out time travel.”
“Bartolo Colon hit his first homer at 42.”
“OK I’ll keep working at it.”

— May Dave! May Dave! (@davelozo) May 8, 2016

(Slow motion) Bartolo Colon carries his bat to first base following a home run pic.twitter.com/loHqyDR5qT — Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) May 8, 2016

Bartolo Colon is on pace to break Barry Bonds’ home run record on June 7, 16494. Clear your calendar now.

— Jesse Spector (@jessespector) May 8, 2016

Follow:

@BillSimmons

Song of the Week:

Sir Paul McCartney performing Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

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Source:: 1500 ESPN Sportswire

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