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Happy Father’s Day.

In honor of Father’s Day, check out this story in the NY Times about DeMarcus Ware.

Hat tip to barrypopik in this FanPost.

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Don’t forget that NBC will be showing highlights of Tony Romo’s round at Torrey Pines before the final round of the U.S. Open. Romo’s round starts at Speaking of the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods is a freak of nature. Did you guys catch his round yesterday, especially the back nine? Unreal. Practically on one leg, Woods showed why there is him, and then there is everybody else on the pro tour.

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Bob Hayes shows up in an article about sprinters and is listed by one expert as among the three fastest guys he’s ever seen run. 

Hayes ran 10-flat in the 100 final at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics on a cinder track. His anchor leg in the 4x100 relay is, said Dillard, the fastest he ever saw any human being run. Conservative estimates for the flying-start leg were 8.9.

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More betting odds on the Cowboys.

America’s team the Dallas Cowboys are the big willies in the NFC East one year after the NY Giants showed the championship heart that earned them the 2008 Superbowl. The internet sportsbooks feel that the Giants Superbowl win was a fluke, and that the Cowboys are the truth of the division. Dallas is a team with no apparent weakness as the 2008 Cowboys head into the season at 6-1 NFL betting odds to win the 2009 Superbowl. The Dallas Cowboys are 5-8 NFL Betting Odds to win NFC East at Sportsbook.com.