Another great piece about passionate female sports fans. This one comes by way of the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Our N'Awlins correspondent gives us a first-hand account of the new NFL Boutique on Magazine Street.
I couldn't wait for the season to begin. My heart was pounding. I was giddy. Then I saw the NFL pre-season show.
My Huffington Post piece, where Dwyane Wade and I talk high school basketball, football, marching band and why LeBron would be a better prom date than Bosh.
Ok, so we're not morning people. Read our only slightly stale afternoon selection of must-read links, please. We'll try to get up earlier next time.
Midwest Bound & Down ... Adrian dusts off his 5 Things column from a year hiatus so he can take you you behind the scenes of Guys Weekend, including the good, bad, ugly, and horribly out of shape details.
Well, our morning links may be a bit cold today, since it is afternoon. But you get the point. Check out our round-up of must-see links to the day's top sports stories.
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