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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: March 26, 2014


This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for March 26.

• My Michelle Jenneke obsession continues. Click here and see why.

The Buffalo Bills left a single light on to honor late owner Ralph Wilson.

Enjoy this time-lapse video of the creation of the Final Four floor.

USF couldn't hire Pitino protege Steve Masiello because he never got his degree from Kentucky, even though his resume said he did. Details, details.

Meet one of the guys who parachuted off One World Trade Center.

This Nick Young highlight is truly classic. He pulled the Larry Bird celebrate-the-three-before-it-goes-in. With one problem.

Here's a rundown from the owner votes on proposed rules changes from the NFL's Competition Committee. Five rules changes in all. Moving the extra points got tabled. They rejected expanding instant replay to include personal foul penalties, which I would support. Jeff Fisher also says they're cracking down on taunting.

Guess who's donning the shades and other tings of dis nature to play the T-800 yet again? Yep. Ahnuld.

After 250 years, women will be allowed to join the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews. What's next, letting them vote?

More evidence that the NCAA is just the worst.

• I don't really follow hockey, but I think this is frowned upon.

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