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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 July 20.

• NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah looks at the Ravens and their likelihood of before camp.

• ESPN Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg reports that to give the conference commissioner emergency powers to fire coaches or other athletic department officials.

• American Brandt Snedeker shot . He now stands at 10-under, tying the record for the lowest 36-hole score in Open history.

• Stephen Colbert opines on .

• Here’s a review of the , although I’m still not sure how you play three centers on the second-team offense.

• The Pac-12’s best position battle may be at Oregon, where will compete to lead the Ducks potent offense.

• Team USA basketball in an exhibition game in Manchester.

• The Wolfpacker’s Ryan Tice has the video of with the ACC media.

• Check out ; he must be exhausted.

• The Royals and Rockies have . Lefty Jonathan Sanchez heads back to the NL West while Jeremy Guthrie goes to Kansas City.

Steve Nash is now with the Lakers, and he is already feeling the whole Hollywood thing. Check out his impersonation of Vito Corleone from The Godfather.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

July 19

• Alabama’s Nick Saban thinks to nine games.

• CBS’ Danny Knobler writes that , but that a reunion with Cliff Lee could also be interesting.

• With “The Dark Knight Rises” debuting, has put together .

• Bleacher Report’s Barrett Sallee has of his motivational phrase, “Get your piss hot.”

• Jarrod Rudolph of says if a three-team trade can be executed between Los Angeles, Orlando and Cleveland.

• Michael Vick believes .

• FOX’s Jon Paul Morosi looks with the trade deadline approaching.

• “Mad Men” and “American Horror Story” had with 17 each.

• In the Penn State aftermath, the Big Ten may look at a plan where .

• It looks like Under Armour is getting into .

• After enjoying a pizza on the mound while throwing out the first pitch at Wrigley Field, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis introduce the Cubs lineup in their own unique way. Who knew Chicago’s second baseman walks on the beach naked?

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---By Patrick Snow ()

July 18

• Steelers safety Troy Polamalu tells The Dan Patrick Show that and that he’s definitely lied to doctors to get back on the field.

• Missouri wideout T.J. Moe was an entertaining quote machine at the SEC Media Days. However, Bleacher Report’s Michael Felder believes on his Big 12-SEC assessment.

• Most of us would be thrilled to just make it to a 90th birthday. One Maine man decided .

• Were the Knicks wrong to ?

• Russ Mitchell questions whether Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long .

• A and his much younger fiancée model Kiana Kim? This does not sound like Hall of Fame material.

• Tiger Woods is in a good position this weekend at Royal Lytham & St. Annes.

• University of Miami safety from the team.

• You probably heard that Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch got a DUI over the weekend. For a guy who signed a four-year, $31 million deal earlier this year, it was .

• CBS’ Jon Heyman sees Cubs starter Ryan Dempster (33 consecutive scoreless innings and five straight wins) as in this month’s trade market.

• Now that Jeremy Lin has officially signed with the Rockets, Knicks fans may be singing this Gotye tune.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

July 17

Ray Rice of the Ravens and Matt Forte of the Bears got paid yesterday, but others like .

• The polarizing as a Pac-12 analyst. We hope this does not affect the tweeting of @NotBillWalton.

• SB Nation’s Jon Bois and Spencer Hall compose .

• Team USA basketball struggled a little in its second exhibition game, .

• Matt Hayes warns to not get too used to so much SEC love.

• So apparently . Giggity.

• Shaq Thompson may be the best freshman football player in America this fall when he hits the field as a Washington Husky, but has been brutal.

• How will Knicks fans react if ?

• Brandel Chamblee compares , from Tom Watson to Jack Nicklaus to Tigers Woods.

• Former North Carolina and Miami coach .

• With the British Open approaching, the group Improv Everywhere did a wonderful faux production of the tournament on a mini-golf course. These little kids get the complete television experience with commentators, full graphics, audience, etc. Enjoy.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

July 16

• Yes, that was in the Yankee Stadium stands over the weekend.

• Bleacher Report’s Adam Kramer knows that , but they might be the most qualified.

• Approximately 30 riders in the Tour de France’s 14th stage suffered flat tires . Wile E. Coyote on the Champs-Élysées?

• ESPN blogger Edward Aschoff previews the always-entertaining and heavily-attended .

• Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has already verbally torched ESPN’s Skip Bayless this offseason, and with ESPN’s Bill Simmons.

• “” is back. Magnets!

• Bears quarterback Jay Cutler gives us at a Cubs game this weekend

• The Bobby Valentine-Kevin Youkilis war of words has heated up again .

• The SEC has released of the college football season.

• New Knicks point guard Jason Kidd is .

The play of the weekend had to be San Diego’s Everth Cabrera stealing home against the Dodgers. The Padres were losing 6-5 in the ninth inning and down to their last strike when Cabrera caught Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen off guard. He steals home, forces a bad throw by Jansen and Will Venable scores as well to give the Padres a surprising lead.

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---By Patrick Snow ()

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