Articles By Rob Doster

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for August 5:

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• Wow. . Dude, you can afford to eat.

• How adorbs is this? .

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. Hint: A word is not spelled accurately.

. That's right, I said least.

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. The name? Mr. Nice Tie. Seriously.

• Ezequiel Carrera made the catch of the year last night. Move over, Jim Edmunds.

 

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Post date: Tuesday, August 5, 2014 - 10:32
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Golf was in the news for a variety of reasons this weekend, not all of them positive. Let's start with the good news.

 

Rory Fills the Void

Tiger Woods' ongoing struggles with his health and his golf game have left a vacuum at the game's apex. Fortunately, Rory McIlroy has proved more than ready to slide seamlessly into the role of golf's standard-bearer. McIlroy followed up his dominant British Open win with another high-profile, big-money triumph at the WGC-Bridgestone, a win that allows him to retake the top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking. McIlroy quickly erased a three-shot deficit to Sergio Garcia, shooting a final-round 66 to Sergio's 71 for a three-shot win at Firestone Country Club. McIlroy is overpowering golf courses with his length off the tee; this weekend, he produced drives of 349 yards, 345 yards, 331 yards and 330 yards. 

 

"If you're hitting arguably the hardest club in your bag that well, then the other stuff should sort of fall in line,” said McIlroy. “Whenever I drive the ball well, I always put myself in positions where I can attack flags and try and make birdies, but when I'm swinging it well with a driver that sort of funnels through the rest of my game."


Garcia is now 3-for-12 in converting 54-hole leads. “I didn't feel comfortable on the greens at all,” said Garcia, who missed five putts inside 10 feet. “With the spin of the greens changing quite dramatically after the rain, they got a little bit -- they were quite slow from the last three days. I started kind of second-guessing myself every single putt, and because of that, I didn't -- the good putt I hit, I misread, and the bad ones, obviously, weren't going the right direction either.”


Still, the McIlroy-Garcia duo has produced consecutive 1-2 finishes in big-time events. At 34, Sergio's still young enough to provide a compelling foil for McIlroy for the next decade.

 

Tiger's Back

And not in a good way. After hitting an awkward shot and apparently tweaking his ailing, surgically repaired back, Woods limped through nine holes before walking off the course and into the headlines with his latest physical setback. Tiger had sounded the alarm prior to the Bridgestone with these ominously prescient comments: "There's no comparison between a knee and a back. The knee is so much easier to deal with and rehab from than coming back from a back. I've had Achilles injuries, obviously knee surgeries, but this thing is just way different. Most of the people I talked to who have had the procedure have no idea how I'm even back here playing." Woods has yet to rule out this week's PGA Championship, but his season, and his spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team, are very much in jeopardy. Here's what Woods had to say following his withdrawal.

 

 

DJ's Leave of Absence

Dustin Johnson was contending for a FedExCup and was expected to be a stalwart for the U.S. Ryder Cup team. Now, his future on Tour is up in the air following his announcement that he was taking a leave of absence to deal with "personal challenges," challenges that include reports of a third failed drug test. Not only must the Tour deal with the body blow of a young star's fall from grace, but it also must deal with the public relations fallout of its secretive disciplinary approach. "With regard to media reports that Dustin Johnson has been suspended by the PGA Tour, this is to clarify that Mr. Johnson has taken a voluntary leave of absence and is not under a suspension from the PGA Tour,” Ty Votaw, PGA Tour vice president, said on Friday. That exercise in semantics did no one any favors, Johnson included.

 

Notes

• Adam Scott took his loss of the No. 1 world ranking in stride. "It's all good,” said Scott, who had spent the last 11 weeks at No. 1. “It's been a lot of fun. Obviously, Rory's in incredible form at the moment. He'll be the man to beat next week, by the looks of things, and I'll be gunning for him for sure."

 

• The last player to win consecutive starts entering the PGA Championship was Tiger Woods in 2009 when he won the Buick Open and the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational before finishing runner-up to Y.E. Yang at Hazeltine. In retrospect, that's looking like Woods' last gasp in major championship golf.

 

• Phil Mickelson, after bemoaning the state of his game, fired a final-round 62 at the Bridgestone, a round that included 10 birdies, one of them coming on this tasty hole-out from the fairway at 13.

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Post date: Monday, August 4, 2014 - 11:35
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for August 4:

. A belated Happy Birthday to Lost's most annoying castaway.

. Let me be the 1,000th person to say that Eli's already in midseason form.

• Andy Dalton, the , just signed a $115 million deal with the Bengals.

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. Although his caddie is reportedly scouting this week's venue, which sounds like a hopeful sign.

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• The D-backs beat the Pirates in controversial fashion.

 

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Post date: Monday, August 4, 2014 - 10:40
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for August 1:

. Mazel tov.

• As a part of his offseason charm offensive, .

• Now that her social calendar has opened up, . She's also looking smoking hot. What were you thinking, Rory?

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• Bad day on Twitter for ESPN's Jim Bowden: .

• Bizarre, convoluted story from college hoops: . Got it?

. It's, um, uncomplicated.

• Jimmy Fallon can persuade celebs to do anything. Last night, .

• Texas A&M running back Brandon Williams was so excited to christen the new locker room john that .

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• News blooper of the day: A TV station accidentally aired a Spiderman assault video over a Ray Rice apology report.

 

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Post date: Friday, August 1, 2014 - 10:51
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 31:

• July's finally over; .

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. Guess the A's are serious.

• The WSJ asking the tough questions:

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. Guess he didn't want to spring for a calligrapher.

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• Manny Machado's cannon should be illegal.

 

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Post date: Thursday, July 31, 2014 - 10:40
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 30:

• Throwback Wednesday: .

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, and had no explanation for their gaffe.

. Sounds like a bad movie pitch. Is he also a golden retriever?

• Price, Lester et al: .

• Clash of the Titans: .

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. We're all Team Bloom, right?

• Why I don't gamble: .

(besides somebody taking a swing at Bieber).

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• Watch a sharknado hit Citi Field in this clip from "Sharknado 2."

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 29:

• This one's for the nerds: .

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. Regrets, they've got a few.

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• Speaking of Toronto, .

. Anyone think ping pong isn't a sport?

. I'm shocked, I tell you.

. (Language alert)

. Harry Styles, he's coming for you.

• Watch a jorts-clad Japanese actress/martial artist break cinder blocks with her head prior to a baseball game.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 28:

• This should help with your case of the Mondays: .

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• Catnip for grammar nerds like me: .

• Now that Tony La Russa is safely ensconced in Cooperstown, .

. Zombie Steinbrenner then tried to fire him.

• Stephen A. Smith had a bad week last week. At this point, for Stephen A. .

. It didn't go well.

, although she apparently thinks congratulations is spelled with a "d".

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She's cute, but if this is what passes for outrageous hotness in Kazakhstan...

• If you've got a few minutes, watch Frank Thomas' emotional Hall of Fame speech.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 25:

• Instagram has gone from novelty to national treasure .

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• So apparently, .

• Walter Payton would have turned 60 today. .

• This is bizarre: .

• Another question:

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• Today in irrelevant roided-up '90s has-beens: .

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• Like a scene from "Fletch":

• Ryan Raburn made the worst throw in the history of throws. Carly Rae Jepsen called to say you're doing it wrong.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 24:

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• Hey Bieber: .

• Literal mud-slinging: .

• More NFL news: . I guess his girlfriend's apology for getting knocked out was a mitigating factor.

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• A by-product of the NFL no-huddle trend: .

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. Judging from his expression, it was a transcendent experience.

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• This is going seriously viral this morning: Frank Caliendo reads LeBron James' essay in the voice of Morgan Freeman.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 23:

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. My neighbor leaves me anonymous notes about my dog's barking.

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• The reigning champ of insane ballpark concession fare: . By my math, that's equal to 16 McDonald's Quarter Pounders.

to cause a minor Twitter freak-out. Related item: .

. Somewhat terrifying.

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• Watch Hanley Ramirez and Yasiel Puig videobomb some poor reporter.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 22:

. Looks like they had fun.

. Sounds about right.

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• Good stuff, if a little inside baseball: .

• Zach Mettenberger got clocked by a rogue Bama fan in a Nashville bar. .

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• ESPN's "This Is SportsCenter" ad featuring Metallica is pretty funny, .

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. Interesting footnote: Philip Rivers "is a horrible shortstop."

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• You'd think a pitcher would be able to throw the ball around the infield. In Shane Greene's case, you'd be wrong.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 21:

. At least she has one marketable skill.

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. Kind of a scary place.

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. Oh, well, wrestling's not known for good taste.

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• Watch an alert dad grab a foul ball while maintaining his grip on his toddler.

 

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Post date: Monday, July 21, 2014 - 11:01
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At one point during Sunday's coronation at Royal Liverpool, Rory McIlroy's lead, which was six at the start of the day, had dwindled to two over Sergio Garcia. But this was no Van de Velde moment in the making. McIlroy was really never threatened on his way to a two-shot British Open win and his third major championship. "I got within two,” Garcia said, “but to me, it never felt that close."

 

McIlroy now owns three of golf's four crown jewels, and at 25, he's the third-youngest since The Masters began in 1934 to earn the trifecta, trailing only Jack Nicklaus (23) and Tiger Woods (24). Yes, that's the company that McIlroy is now keeping, and he displays the kind of power ball-striking, poise and desire that marked the two legends at similar stages in their careers.

 

As Woods continues his long, slow fade, it seems that we have entered the Age of Rory. We may never see the kind of dominance that Woods displayed in his prime, when his dreaded A-game left everyone else playing for second, but McIlroy is willing to take the top spot for a test drive. “Golf is looking to someone to put their hand up and try,” said McIlroy. “I want to be the guy who goes on and wins majors and wins majors regularly, wins tournaments. I’ve love to be in that position.”

 

And the lead story for the 2015 Masters has already been written: McIlroy will look to complete the career Grand Slam at a tournament he seems destined to win. “Looking forward to driving up Magnolia Lane next year,” he said.

 

Here are the key stats from the weekend at Royal Liverpool:

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McIlroy is the 16th player to win at least three of the four major championships. He's the 44th player to win as many as three majors.

 

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Sergio Garcia posted his fourth runner-up finish in his 62nd major appearance. He's tied with Lee Westwood for most major appearances without a win.

 

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McIlroy tied Victor Dubuisson for most greens reached in under regulation, with seven. McIlroy eagled two of the final three holes on Saturday to build what turned out to be an insurmountable lead.

 

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Only one player in the field posted four rounds in the 60s — Rickie Fowler, who went 69-69-68-67 to finish at 15-under, tied with Garcia for second, two shots back. Fowler was second at the U.S. Open and tied for fifth at The Masters. "Going into the year the goal was to be in contention at majors and play well and have chances to win," Fowler said. "And with all the good play, the long-distance goal on that was to be on the Ryder Cup team. With the way I've playing in the majors this year, that's definitely what has given me the opportunity to represent the country."

 

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At 64, Tom Watson shot a final-round 68 to finish at 1-over. He was seven shots better than a player he'll be considering for his Ryder Cup squad, Tiger Woods.

 

$340,000

Rory McIlroy's dad, Gerry, and three friends placed a bet of 400 pounds back in 2004 that Rory would win the Open before he turned 26. The quartet will cash a check worth $340,000 for Rory's efforts.

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 18:

 

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• The other day, John Daly was wearing SpongeBob pants. . Hope he packed enough pants for the weekend; looks like he's going to make the cut.

 

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• This is shocking and disappointing: . That's like Pop Culture 101, fellas.

 

• For some insane reason, .

 

. Never heard of him, but it's well done.

 

. I bet his last words will someday be "Watch this."

 

• Jimmy Fallon is livin' the dream. Last night, .

 

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• A guy wanted A.J. Hawk to tackle him at a celebrity golf tournament. .

 

• Pickin's are so slim in Miami that .

 

• Sonny Gray pranked some unsuspecting New Yorkers.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 17:

, thanks to hotties like Jessica Alba.

• There's something comforting about a pro golfer three-putting from two feet, as . I also like it when . And to complete the trifecta, . Even when you're great at it, the game sucks sometimes. Oh, and .

• Didn't watch the ESPYs; forgot they were on. . I will say .

• So I'm not totally cynical about the ESPYs: .

. And it was legal.

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• Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn played tennis atop a Swiss glacier thanks to Lindt Chocolate.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 16:

. No wonder Verlander's been distracted this season.

• Over in Liverpool, : with SpongeBob pants.

• Yeah, Jeets: The word Jeter was spoken 100 times in last night's broadcast. .

, and all hell broke loose on social media. .

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, as he proved at SEC Media Days.

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: "I don't know who he is."

• Some Internet wizard edited LeBron into a classic Dumb and Dumber scene.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 15:

. Just copy and paste the name for future reference.

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, and of course it was glorious.

• If the Yankees are just playing out the string, . Of course, the Captain will have a tough time topping .

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• Tight end, wide receiver, longsnapper, doesn't matter:.

, and it was awesome with a capital a.

. Many of these I was aware of, but not all.

• Cool old story that is new to me: .

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• Watch Rudy explain the college football playoff.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 14:

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• To the victor goes the spoils: .

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• It's time for SEC Media Days. , including the wisdom of one Lester Miles.

. It was so exclusive, even the mag's ad sellers didn't know.

• Monday morning buzzkill: .

• I'm not a Family Guy fan, but I gotta admit that .

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• Interesting detail from this Mickelson story: .

• This is strange: .

• One legend pays tribute to another, as Jordan honors Jeter with this star-studded commercial.

 

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Post date: Monday, July 14, 2014 - 10:45
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Tiger Woods came out of the gate with Jack Nicklaus' major championship record as his ultimate target. That number — 18 career major championship wins — seemed utterly out of reach, until Tiger started winning majors with alarming regularity.

 

For a long time, Woods was well ahead of Nicklaus' career pace, but a drought that has now exceeded six years in duration has put a serious dent in Tiger's major aspirations. Of course, Nicklaus won his last major at age 46, giving Woods eight more years of viability on the major championship scene, a reasonable assumption considering the similarity of their career trajectories, although Woods' health issues are now bringing that into question.

 
Here are the final four majors of Nicklaus' career, all of which came at age 38 and beyond:

1978 British Open (age 38)
1980 U.S. Open (age 40)
1980 PGA Championship (age 40)
1986 Masters (age 46)

 

Woods turns 46 in December 2021. Between now and then, counting this week's British Open, there will be 30 major championships contested; Woods needs to win five of them to reach his career Holy Grail of 19 major championships.

 

Of course, Tiger has already moved well past Nicklaus into second on the Tour's all-time wins ledger. Tiger trails only Sam Snead, who won 82 times over a 30-year span; Woods has crammed his 79 wins into 17-plus stellar, occasionally storm-tossed seasons on Tour.

 

Jack still thinks he'll do it, and the Golden Bear even gives Tiger a shelf life that lasts until age 50. "If he's healthy, I think Tiger's got 10-plus years to play top-quality tournament golf," Nicklaus said. "I've said many times, he's got a little over 40 tournaments to play the major championships, he's only got to win five to pass my record. As good a player as he is, I don't think that should be a big deal."

 

No big deal for the guy who's already in the clubhouse with 18. A slightly bigger deal for a guy with a bad back who hasn't hoisted any major hardware in more than six years.

 

So let's compare the two legends through their age-38 seasons (although Tiger still has more golf to play in 2014).


Bottom line from the data presented here: Tiger's building the better overall career, but Jack remains the greatest performer in major championship history. That's the carrot that Tiger is still chasing, and he's running out of time to get there.

 

Tiger Woods-Jack Nicklaus Career Comparison (Through Age-38 Season)

 

 TIGER WOODSJACK NICKLAUS
Tournaments won    7968
Majors won         1415
Major winning % (as professional)      21.922
Major top 5s      3146
Major top 10s3855
Longest streak of top-5 in majors   67
Longest streak of top-10 in majors813
Lowest scoring avg.             9 times8 times
Money leader      10 times8 times
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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 11:

. She then . It's a strange world.

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• Apparently about Dan Gilbert's letter. .

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Is this real life?

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• Warning: .

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• Watch a planeload of Argentines go nuts when they find out their soccer team won.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 10:

• Rory McIlroy seems to have rebounded nicely from his breakup with Caroline Wozniacki. .

• LeBron tracker: .

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. I happen to agree.

• This is interesting: . It pays off with players like this: .

. I imagine the biscuits are a little stale by now.

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• Everything's coming up Rory: New girlfriend, shot 64 today, hit a 436-yard drive.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 9:

• In honor of Germany's historic 7-1 beatdown of Brazil, enjoy .

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• Brazilians waxed: . While it was happening, .

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• This is hilarious: .

• Schadenfreude alert: .

: physical anomalies at every position.

• Irony, or something: .

. What's next, calculating WAR for duck-duck-goose?

• Have a hankering for a two-foot taco? .

• Germany's goals get the Jim Ross treatment.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 8:

• According to her Instagram account, .

• Ever wanted to see Prince Fielder naked? . To borrow a phrase from Seinfeld, that's not good naked.

. In his defense, it really wasn't a flattering image. Wonder if I'm risking a subpoena by linking to it?

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• This is old, but still funny: .

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• Something for the nerds:.

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• The cops are out of control. .

• That crafty old Derek Jeter is getting by on his wits these days.

 

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This is your daily links roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for July 7:

• Judging from her Instagram account, .

. A rolled-up $20 no doubt has many uses. I just can't think of them.

. If it doesn't happen now, that's just cruel. If it does happen, .

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. Guy's still the GOAT.

• Nerd alert: .

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• Got 16 seconds? .

, or you look stupid and get linked to.

• Don Draper makes his pitch to LeBron to come back to Cleveland.

 

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