July 18, 2011 in Daily Links by Josh Ward

Here are some links to start your week.

What happened to the U.S. women’s soccer team in Sunday’s World Cup loss? (Yahoo! Sports)

Chris Low wonders what Tennessee is doing in its search for a new athletic director. (ESPN)

Andrew Gribble takes a look at open records requests at Tennessee in the last year. (GoVolsXtra)

What issues are left to settle with the NFL’s labor deal? Doug Farrar takes a look. (Yahoo!)

Another story showing Arian Foster is one of the NFL’s most interesting players. (Sporting News)

Gregg Doyel comes to the defense of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. (CBS Sports)

Southern Cal running back Marc Tyler is going to have some explaining to do. (CollegeFootballTalk)

Friday Night Lights fans: check out this history of the show’s creation and success. (Grantland)

It was a big day for Stewart-Haas Racing at New Hampshire on Sunday. (That’s Racin)

A look back at the Rivals 100 list the past 10 years. The list might confuse you. (Rivals)

Not surprising news: Bengals running back Cedric Benson was arrested again. (ProFootballTalk)

Georgia had some recruiting success on Friday at its Dawg Night 2011. (MrSEC)

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