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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: March 27, 2014


This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for March 27.

• The latest NFL Game Day breakthrough: Through a new app you'll be able to order a cheerleader to your seat.

A three-pound banana split served in an actual batting helmet, and other Michelle Obama nightmare fuel that can be yours at MLB ballparks this season.

Here's what dunking on LeBron sounds like. I would know first-hand, except for the restraining order.

• Jeff Fisher mic drop: If you wanna see a dunk, watch basketball.

Tom Brady watched Boston firefighters do their work, then expressed his gratitude. In far less serious Brady news, Tara Reid says she had a fling with him, pre-Gisele and pre-plastic surgery.

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Bruce Pearl's candor is refreshing. It's nice to have him back.

Graeme McDowell had to take to Twitter to clarify his Tiger comments.

Some Internet prodigy did a mash-up of a police chase and the end of the Auburn-Alabama game. This is Al Gore's invention at its best.

• The latest in the UNC academic scandal: This 148-word paper on Rosa Parks, written at a fifth-grade level, got an A-minus.

Jim Irsay's arrest report reveals that he was carrying 29 large in cash at the time of his arrest.

• Mike Cammalleri tried to skate onto the ice for warm-ups without blades on his skates. It did not go well.

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