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Athlon's Essential 11 Links of the Day: November 25, 2013


This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports and entertainment posts on the web for Nov. 25.

New details of the Thanksgiving night four years ago when Tiger Woods' world crumbled. As a reminder of what he left behind, here's a photo of the former Mrs. Woods.

So Bill Belichick chose to kick off in overtime. Good call? He won, so I guess so. Here's an in-depth breakdown of last night's bizarre Brady-Manning showdown.

This GIF of two Florida Gators blocking each other encapsulates the crime against football that Will Muschamp's Gators have become.

• Never mind that the Colts were down 21: Ricky Jean-Francois had been waiting all season to break out his sack dance, which has more moving parts than a rotary engine.

• Speaking of ill-timed dance routines, Detroit's Joseph Fauria busted out some white-guy Saturday Night Fever moves shortly before his team lost to Tampa Bay.

• Snarky year-end lists can be fun. Here's one: The 25 Least Influential People of 2013.

• By his own admission, Tom Izzo was bitching about the new foul rules the other night.

• Always enjoyable: Naked displays of wealth from athletes. Speaking of rich people and their toys, Jon Bon Jovi wants to own the Buffalo Bills for some reason.

Three of the top five teams in the BCS standings hail from the Southeastern Conference. S-E-C!

• Tony Dungy's son does some pretty spot-on touchdown dance impersonations.

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