Well, we dusted off the old daily link dump because it’s all the rage these days, albeit with a slight twist. Today’s collection of juicy links form the intrawebs is courtesy of guest blogger Matt Snider, a fine young man seeking his Master’s degree in Sports Management, which makes him the smartest person ever to write for this site by far. Matt is a highly skilled writer, having honed his craft at his blog Sideline Sports, and furthered his love of sports interning at a local sports radio station. Apparently Matt also loves the Boise State Broncos, long walks on the beach, rainy days, and the collected works of Eudora Welty (Ed. note: verification pending on the latter three items).
Dennis Rodman earned a “friend for life” this weekend, as he somehow made a trip to North Korea. (Off the Bench)
Duke University has a major university-wide announcement-No, Coach K won’t be running for president. Instead the school will be switching to 2-ply toilet paper. What a relief!. (Barstool)
As good as the Duke toilet paper news is, this is equally as bad…flyovers will soon be ending at sporting events nationwide. (Yahoo)
Kate Upton forgot to cover up on her recent stroll through the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Oh never mind, that’s just her being censored on the cover of the SI swimsuit edition. (The Big Lead)
Yep, this 2-year-old snowboarder is more rad than you’ll ever be. Deal with it.
Katherine Webb is still doing that stupid diving show, but at least she looks good in a skintight wetsuit. (Bob’s Blitz)
Speaking of the Harlem Shake, a Colorado college ultimate Frisbee team created a video in mid-air on their recent Frontier Airlines flight. The FAA is currently investigating whether any federal laws were violated. (Yahoo)
If there was ever any doubt that golfers are the toughest athletes in the world, Rory McIlroy confirmed it today. The world’s #1 player withdrew from the PGA Tour’s Honda Classic with a toothache. (CBS Sports)