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Wake N’ Blog For September 25th: Maybe Starbucks Wouldn’t Have To Keep Closing Up Stores If They Tried This

wake-n-blogMLB Roundup. Detroit handed Cleveland their 11th straight loss, winning 6-5 and extending their lead over the idle Twins to three games. Felix Hernandez notched his 17th victory, striking out a season-high 11 as Seattle edged Toronto 5-4. The Nationals have reached the 100-loss plateau, which is probably not the right word, losing to the Dodgers 7-6. [MLB.com Scoreboard]

College Football. The Old Ball Coach has still got it. South Carolina stunned possibly overrated No. 4 Mississippi 16-10. Three field goals by Spencer Lanning and a 2-yard TD by Patrick DiMarco was all South Carolina needed as Ole Miss QB Jevan Snead was constantly harrassed by the Gamecocks’ defense. [The New York Times]

PGA Golf. After receiving a putting tip from Tiger Woods, Sean O’Hair hit a 4-under 66 to take the early lead at the PGA Tour Championship at East Lake. Woods, Stewart Cink and Padraig Harrington are all nipping at his heels, sitting one back at 3-under. [PGATour.com]

Best.Coffee Shop.Ever. Five baristas working at the Grab-N-Go coffee shop in Everett, Washington have been charged with prostitution after a two-month investigation by police. At the Grab-N-Go, the baristas are dressed in bikinis, but that’s not where the fun ended. According to the report, “…detectives also saw the women lick whipped cream off each other and pose naked for pictures at the Grab-n-Go Espresso stand in Everett, about 30 miles north of Seattle.” The girls were reportedly charging up to $80 for a coffee. Seems fair. [MSNBC]