This is your daily link roundup of our favorite sports posts on the web for Oct. 15.
• It's Tuesday, the start of that dreadful two-day no-man's land with no football. Here's a cheerleader gallery from college football's Week 7 to make the wait a little more bearable.
• The highlights of last night's baseball game: a Yasiel Puig triple that started with a home run pose; and a fan dressed as a bear dancing on the visiting dugout. For their part, the Cardinals were not amused by Puig's antics, nor those of his teammates.
• From Yasiel and the Dancing Bear to Torii and the Cop: Here's the inside story of the sports photo of the year.
• The Tigers could win the World Series while playing terrible defense. I've always contended that defense in baseball is overrated, so I guess I'm rooting for the Tigers to prove me right.
• Yesterday was big for bear news. You probably saw the video of the bear playing tetherball. It gets even better when you learn the bear's backstory.
• The Week 6 edition of Sorry Your Team Lost. I like this line: "The Titans are like that stupid Imagine Dragons song. No one I know actually likes them and neither of them are entertaining, but for some reason you can't get away from them or stop hearing about them."
• A bird attack temporarily derailed the signing of Manu Ginobili's new contract. Bird must've been a Hawks fan, amirite?
• I'm glad somebody noticed this: Young Rob Ryan was a dead ringer for Kenny Powers.
• Another day, another Les Miles video. In this one, our hero wishes us a Happy Columbus Day, as only Les Miles can.
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