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Athlon’s Essential Eleven Links of the Day

Rounding up the web's best sports links so you don't have to.

<p> The best sports links from the NFL, college football and basketball, MLB, the NBA, NASCAR and the world of entertainment.</p>

This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports posts on the web for September 7.

• Texas A&M is hyped for against the Florida Gators.

• Bleacher Report’s Michael Felder looks at the if Missouri can beat Georgia in its SEC debut.

• Check out these “” from Mandatory.com.

• The and look ready to battle New York for the AL East crown.

• Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel believes against the 49ers defense.

• How will fare in their first NFL games?

• The NCAA is considering . Probably makes too much sense to happen.

• The Big 12 has inked that will cover the next 13 years.

• The LSU Tigers suffered a huge loss this week with .

• Unfortunately, some DeMatha High football players after their season-opening win in North Carolina.

• Check out these classic answers from Family Feud, with a cameo by former NBA baller Brian Shaw.



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September 6

• ESPN NFC East blogger Dan Graziano looks at in winning the season-opener on the road against the Giants.

• Former Ravens and Browns owner Art Modell, one of the most influential figures in the growth of the NFL, .

• This Boston Red Sox season with has become a circus.

• There are going to be some kids riding around Dallas that .

• Who wouldn’t want to see this winter? The nickname possibilities are endless, and he already has a pool area called Shaq-Apulco.

• Taylor King of ChuckOliver.net compares the career path of to that of former UGA coach Jim Donnan.

• Boxer Floyd Mayweather made headlines for his losing Michigan bet over the weekend, but he on the Cowboys last night.

• Texas A&M expects the this week than it was in the Gators’ opener.

• Connecticut fans are eagerly waiting to see what .

• The U.S. Open crowd and tennis fans were shocked by last night.

• Isla Fisher (the crazy redhead character in Wedding Crashers, “Good, ‘cause I’d find you”) confuses the Good Morning America crew with her ‘teabagging’ reference.

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September 5

• Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News previews between the Giants and Cowboys.

• It’s probably not a big surprise to many around college football to learn that and given it to a linebacker who was just released from jail.

• Baseball fights are always a little weird, but ?

• While a ton of attention is going to the SEC debuts of Texas A&M and Missouri, Bleacher Report’s Barrett Sallee breaks down .

• The Baltimore Orioles are looking to make the postseason for the first time since 1997, and last night.

• Forbes has released its new list of , with the Dallas Cowboys topping the NFL.

• Ravens safety Bernard Pollard warns Bengals receiver A.J. Green in this Sunday’s game.

• Will MLB in the future?

• What is it with Texas teams and their scoreboards? Looks like : a massive screen and no playoff team.

• The continues to fester.

LSU’s Les Miles has to be one of the most entertaining coaches in college football history. Asked about his running back tandem after the North Texas win, the Mad Hatter goes 'Ricky Bobby and Cal Naughton Jr.' on us.

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September 4

• Alabama has taken over after its 41-14 drubbing of Michigan.

• Some Michigan State players getting blown out versus Alabama. We’ll see these tweets again before the instate rivals go at it.

If this isn’t a red card…

• ESPN’s Ivan Maisel takes , before the Nittany Lions dropped a 24-14 decision to Ohio.

• Nationals manager Davey Johnson to shut down ace Stephen Strasburg.

• Florida State received brutal news after beating Murray State. All-America defensive end Brandon Jenkins with a foot injury.

• Bears’ middle linebacker Brian Urlacher, who has missed all of the preseason action with a knee injury, against the Colts on Sunday.

• Will play in the season-opener?

• The NCAA continues to investigate the .

• The with Davis Love III making his captain’s picks this morning.

• Nothing says college football season is back like an Iowa grandma hitting a beer bong while still in the passenger seat of a minivan. Hooray beer.

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---By Patrick Snow ()
 

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