Russell Wilson’s former North Carolina State teammate Kalani Heppe took to Facebook this week to slam the Seattle Seahawks quaterback and his recent commencement speech at the University of Wisconsin. “I think it’s pretty well known how much I despise [NC State coach] Tom O’Brien on a molecular level…However…Getting rid of Russell Wilson was the one admirable thing he did during his tenure at state,” Heppe wrote. He went on to say that “80 percent” of what Wilson said in his speech “didn’t happen” and said “Russell was a great player, but he was a ‘me’ player”. Heppe and Wilson spent one season together as teammates in 2007. Wilson later transferred to Wisconsin in 2011.
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Garth Brooks is showing his appreciation for concert goers in a big way. One lucky fan who bought the 4 millionth ticket to Brooks’ current Wold Tour received a massive prize pack that included not one but two cars. Apparently the teacher was invited backstage during Garth’s concert in Grand Rapids where she was awarded a red Corvette and a black Jeep Cherokee – a $5,000 shopping spree, and a trip to Vegas for 4. As if that’s not enough, Brooks is also paying off her student loans.
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Over the weekend, an Imgur user named Caroline posted a photo of her tuxedo-clad brother, Sam, holding their cat, Ruby, in a pink dress and looking up longingly at Sam. The caption: “My brother took our cat to prom.” The photo has since gone viral, garnering hundreds of comments from female fans who would have jumped at the opportunity to attend prom with Sam, who evidently had difficulty landing a date at his high school. “He’s cute, even the cat thinks so!” one user wrote, while another commented, “The girls at his school must be nuts/blind/both.”
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Very sad news…the bison calf who was “rescued” by a pair of foreign tourists at Yellowstone National Park last week because they thought it was too cold has now been euthanized, as human interaction led to it being rejected by its herd. “It was abandoned and causing a dangerous situation by continually approaching people and cars along the roadway,” the National Park Service said in a statement yesterday. “Approaching wild animals can drastically affect their well-being and, in this case, their survival.”
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