• Dirk Nowitzki spills his milkshake. [NBA FanHouse]
• Lincoln Kennedy, a former NFL Top-10 draft pick and former NFL Network personality, takes a stab at Arena Football. [SI.com]
• The Oshawa Generals lose, the mayor loses a bet ... and March 20th in Oshawa will be declared "Steven Colbert Day" in Oshawa. [Toronto Star]
• Black men are getting paid for reasons other than athletic prowess. [Ballers, Gamers and Scoundrels]
• The story of the 2007 women's Australian Open, told in pictures. [Foul Balls]
• The Phoenix Suns, if just for a night, make Milwaukee a brighter place. [Hurricanes are for Drinking]
• Proposed Super Bowl wagers between the cities of Chicago and Indianapolis. [The Extrapolator]
• Texas high schools are considering testing for steroids. Damn you, Merriman. [Steroid Nation]
• An insightful interview with Eagles head coach Andy Reid. [Critical Sports Blog]
• Dave Barry presents you with some travel tips if you're visiting Miami for the Super Bowl. [Miami Herald]
• A not-so-cheerful Super Bowl Shuffle remix. [Yellow Chair Sports]
• I really wish that any story involving Knicks center Kelvin Cato and cat urine bould be a little funnier. [Pop Jocks]
• Art Shell pens a guest column for the Washington Post. It's the best thing he's done this year. [Washington Post]
• The potential Todd Helton trade would officially make the Red Sox the Yankees, and make the Rockies the Royals. [signal to noise]