I’m starting something new. This is a daily collection of links, not all sports-related, devoted to the best, most interesting, or most important stuff I want to share.
Well, this is symbolic. (Andrew Stanfill/The Alligator)
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Florida’s men’s and women’s basketball seasons ended last night, but you knew that, right? Maybe more importantly, UF’s baseball team fell to UNF in Jacksonville. If there’s a sport where UF clearly lags, it’s baseball. (UNF)
A certain magazine really likes Tiger Woods. (Esquire)
The boys from the Alligator give good podcast. (The Alligator)
ESPN’s Chris Low talks to Charlie Strong. (SEC Blog)
A photographer explains that Madden screenshot. (Inside EA)
Formula One’s 2009 season brings changes and some controversy. (Fast Machines)
Check the title for the spelling. I love the motto. (Deadspin)
An interesting discussion of mature games and “mature” games. (Kotaku)
The “Gator Madness Ultimate Championship Moment” bracket. (Coach Urban Meyer)
Please stay away from my food, John Tesh. Oh, and check out the reviews of Keri Hilson’s album; it’s really, really good. (Idolator)
On The Office getting real. (Monkey See)
An examination of a missed dunk in the Utah-Arizona game last week. Also, women’s basketball players are also really good bloggers. (The Quad)
Hey, look, college students are outsourcing cheating! (Chronicle)
The LA Times thinks Twitter might become a lower-case verb for instant Web communication. You mean, like Google has for search? (Los Angeles Times)
And this may be the worst YouTube video ever.