Morning, dudes. Here's the best in guy-stuff news for Wednesday, Sept. 2:
"Beast Mode" Sells Skittles: Seattle Seahawks running back/human wrecking ball Marshawn Lynch appeared on EVINE Live to hawk his beloved Skittles. How much does he love tasting the rainbow? "We intimate," he told host Allison Waggoner.
How to Date Ronda Rousey: The undefeated UFC champ told TMZ she "would go, for sure" to the Marine Corps Ball after Marine Jarrod Haschert asked her to be his date—"as long as he's a gentleman." Haschert's humble video request, filmed from Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, has five million views. We just hope he can dance. [Men's Fitness]
McBreakfast, All Day: The Golden Arches will start offering all-day breakfast nationwide on October 6, the fast-food giant's biggest menu change in years. We'd suggest avoiding the McGriddle and opting for the oatmeal with fruit—hold the extra sugar. [Wall Street Journal]
Football fo' Free: You'll be able to watch multiple NFL regular-season games, four playoff games, and the Super Bowl—we repeat, the Super Bowl—online for free this year, thanks to a new move by CBS. [Quartz]
LA Olympics Bid: The City of Angels formally announced its bid to host the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics. No word where the weightlifting competitions would be held, but we're holding out for Muscle Beach. [Team USA]
Running Wild: President Obama is set to appear on an episode of "Running Wild" with British survival expert (and noted urine-drinking enthusiast) Bear Grylls as they trek through Alaska, NBC and the White House said. [Variety]
Like Instagram in Real Life!: Polaroid's latest nostalgia machine is the Polaroid Snap, a pocket-sized camera that instantly prints photos—without any ink. [CNET]