Daily Feed: Harvard is No. 1 on U.S. News and World Report Ranking

U.S. News and World Report Ranks Harvard No. 1. The annual rankings are out, and everyone’s favorite Ivy reclaimed the top spot. MIT came in at No. 5. [TheBostonChannel.com]

Things We’re Grateful to Have in Our Lives: Tom Brady’s Arm. Miami is sizzling even more this morning after the Patriots QB threw for 517 yards and 4 touchdowns during last night’s opener against the Dolphins. “I enjoy scoring points,” Brady says. “Whatever the hell we need to do to score points, that’s what I enjoy doing.” Amen to that. [USAToday.com]

Ryan Reynolds and Kevin Bacon in a Dodge Challenger in Charlestown. The actors were shooting a scene for R.I.P.D., a flick that’s your typical good cop vs. bad cop story, except that one of the cops is already dead. Twist! [Boston.com]

Funnyman Jonah Hill Visits Boston to Promote Moneyball. Hill on working with Brad Pitt: “Brad is definitely the prank-master. He’s the Bobby Fischer of prank chess. He’s playing chess mental games with his pranks all the time, and he’s brilliant at it.” [Examiner.com]

Carver Cranberry Harvest Takes Center Stage on Postage Stamp. Does this thing come in an e-mail version? [Boston.com]

Boston College Offensive Coordinator Takes Leave of Absence. Troubles continue to mound for the football program as first-year OC Kevin Rogers asked for a leave of absence due to health reasons. [ESPN.com]