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Catch-All Category

It’s 4:19, You Gotta Minute? (March 11th)

• Best. Misleading. Headline. Ever. [Guyism]

• Why Tiger Woods hiring Ari Flescher may not be the greatest idea. [Out of Bounds]

• The ESPN ombudsman guy finally weighed in on the Tony Korneiser suspension. [The Big Lead]

• The Erin Andrews Twitter account is a hit. Surprise, surprise. [Busted Coverage]

• 1920s reporter guy interviewed Alex Ovechkin. [D.C. Sports Bog]

• It was on this day in 1986 that the NFL adopted instant replay. Sure they abandoned it in 1992, but it came back. It came back. [Total Pro Sports]

• A vice president for ESPN decided to get involved in the Bill Simmons-Keith Olbermann cat fight. [Deadspin]

• Remember when Dan Orlovsky, then with the Detroit Lions,  famously stepped out of the back of the endzone before attempting a pass? Check out how he autographed a photo of his gaffe. [With Leather]

• Lamar Odom didn’t marry that Kardashian broad to sell t-shirts. Good to know. [Ball Don’t Lie]

• It was pretty obvious that the ESPN.com page that made its way around the tubes yesterday announcing that Donovan McNabb was traded to the 49ers was a total fake. [Shutdown Corner]

• Padraig Harrington explains the difference between Britain and Ireland. It’s all right there on the map, people. [Devil Ball Golf]

The Onion Headline of the Day, Part II: I Didn’t Spend 6 Weeks In A Medical License Reinstatement Ethics Class To Have You Call Me ‘Mister’