Morning, dudes. Here's the latest in guy stuff for the morning of Thursday, August 27.
He Can Run, But Can He Tackle?: The world's fastest man claimed another gold medal in the 200m dash, his 19.55 besting American Justin Gatlin's 19.74. But even though Bolt crushed the field, he still hit the deck—after a cameraman on a segway crashed into him. [Men's Fitness]
This Ain't Your Grandpa's Jeep: Chrysler has greenlighted the new Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk powered by the 700-horsepower Hellcat engine, thereby combining two of America's great loves: big trucks, huge engines, and vehicles that can 0-60 in 2.7 seconds. Okay, three things. But still. [Motor Authority]
Texas Medal of Honor: "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and WWII veteran Lt. Col. William "Ed" Dyess were posthumously awarded Texas's highest military honor. [Texas Tribune]
McWhopper Drama: McDonald's snubbed Burger King's peace offering to create a McWhopper. "We love the intention but think our two brands could do something bigger to make a difference," McDonald's CEO said in a Facebook post. What a waste of Burger King's advertising dollars. [Fast Co.]