Daily Feed: Ochocinco Is Starting to Talk to the Media Like Ochocinco

Ochocinco Is Starting to Talk to the Media Like Ochocinco. Things we’d rather listen to than Ochocinco piling up the excuses for not catching the ball during the preseason: an eighth-grade-level geometry lecture, fingernails on a chalkboard, a Dwight Schrutian colleague ramble on about we-don’t-know-what. We knew this day would eventually come, and Chad, we’re not expecting miracles right out of the gate. But this isn’t Cincy. This is Boston. If players don’t perform, they tend to hear about it. Just sayin’. [WEEI.com]

The Most Unusual College Majors in Boston. Needless to say, we have back-to-school on the brain. So when this list surfaced of the ten most unusual, unheard of college majors in Boston, we had to take a peek. Directing narrative fiction? Human factors? Music therapy? Seems like this headline needs to have the words “just plain cool” as well. [BostInnovation.com]

Boston Rated No. 3 for Best Cities for College Grads. Hartford-New Haven ranked No. 1, and, ahem, Cleveland ranked in the No. 2 spot. [BizJournals.com]

Today, 3,600 New Citizens Naturalized at TD Garden. Congrats and welcome to the new citizens, who, no doubt, have had to endure quite a lot to get here. [BostonHerald.com]

Four Fund-Manager Blow-ups of the Year. A little bit of investing sensationalism to go with your morning cuppa. [TheStreet.com]

Zipcar And Ford Team Up To Get College Kids Behind The Wheel. Definitely a big move on the part of the car sharing company and, thinking back to our own college days, either brilliant move or a disaster waiting to happen (or both). [Mass High Tech]