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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: January 22, 2014


This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for Jan. 22.

• Alexa Vega was once a kid star in the "Spy Kids" movies. Now she looks like this. Wow.

Norway's curling team is dressing for success in Sochi. Or else they're dressing to test those controversial Russian laws we've been hearing about.

A Velveeta shortage? For the Super Bowl? In the two states where weed is legal? If people weren't already so baked, there'd be riots.

Mike Tyson had his picture taken with the Abominable Snowman. I don't ask, I just link.

If you fill out a perfect March Madness bracket, Warren Buffett will give you $1 billion. Of course, the odds of filling out a perfect bracket are 1 in 9.2 quintillion. So good luck with that.

• Tired of being irrelevant, the Yanks come out swinging: Masahiro Tanaka, seven years, $155 mil.

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Nice show of class from Northwestern students after a shooting at Purdue.

That commercial featuring deaf Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman inspired this adorable response from a deaf girl.

Today Down Under: Federer-Nadal, round 33.

Catching up with Sad Scott, the face of Georgetown basketball this season.

Jason Whitlock watched "Wolf of Wall Street" and saw parallels to today's sports culture.

• Jacoby Jones was enjoying himself at the Pelicans game when a reporter tracked him down for an enjoyably awkward interview.

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