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Top 10 Highest Paid Athletes 2011 - McIlroy Leads the US Open 2nd Round by 6 Strokes - Remember Len Bias 25 Years Ago-2011-12 College Football Bowls



Remember me? 25 years ago I was on top of the world then I did coke and the rest is history. A great story and rare photos at si.com. Click HERE to read.




Holy Rory! Can he hold this lead unlike the Masters?

1 Rory McIlroy -5 F -11 65 66 131

2 Y.E. Yang -2 9 -5 68 68

T3 Robert Garrigus -1 F -2 70 70 140

T3 Sergio Garcia E F -2 69 71 140

T3 Zach Johnson -2 F -2 71 69 140

T3 Brandt Snedeker -1 F -2 70 70 140

T3 Heath Slocum -2 10 -2 71 71

T8 Kyung-tae Kim +1 F -1 69 72 141

T8 Alvaro Quiros E F -1 70 71 141

T8 Robert Rock E F -1 70 71 141






Top 10 Highest Paid Athletes 2011
according to si.com
to view the complete list 1-50 click HERE

1 Tiger Woods
Golf
Last Year's Rank: 1
$2,294,116
$60,000,000
$62,294,116
Tiger's empire has crumbled, but Rome wasn't built in a day. His Nike and EA deals still keep him on top of the charts while other endorsers -- and his game -- have gone in other directions. But his reign at No. 1 may soon be over. For more on Tiger go here.

2 Phil Mickelson
Golf
Last Year's Rank: 2
$4,185,933
$57,000,000
$61,185,933
Lefty's hefty sponsorship portfolio isn't flashy -- deals with Callaway, KPMG, Rolex, Barclays Capital, ExxonMobil and Amgen/Pfizer -- but he's one of the most reliable endorsers in pro sports. For more on Phil Mickelson go here.

3 LeBron James
Miami Heat (NBA)
Last Year's Rank: 4
$14,500,000
$30,000,000
$44,500,000
There's plenty of room for LeBron's talent in his $9 million Coconut Grove mansion. King James' compound features a wine cellar, library, home theater and dock that can fit two 60-foot yachts. But all the money in the world can't buy an NBA title.

4 Peyton Manning
Indianapolis Colts (NFL)
Last Year's Rank: 9
$23,070,000
$15,000,000
$38,070,000
Who needs a lucrative new contract, anyway? If the Colts place the franchise tag on the four-time NFL MVP again next year, Manning will earn more than $50 million in salary over two seasons.

5 Alex Rodriguez
New York Yankees (MLB)
Last Year's Rank: 5
$32,000,000
$4,000,000
$36,000,000
If A-Rod's bat catches fire, he could cash in this season on the first milestone bonus written into his contract: another $6 million for passing Willie Mays (No. 4 at 660) on the all-time home-run list.

6 Kobe Bryant
Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
Last Year's Rank: 7
$24,806,250
$10,000,000
$34,806,250
Kobe relinquished a pair of back-to-back titles this spring: the NBA championship and his crown as the NBA's top jersey seller worldwide. LeBron's No. 6 Heat top now outsells Kobe's No. 24.

7 Kevin Garnett
Boston Celtics (NBA)
Last Year's Rank: 15
$18,832,044
$14,000,000
$32,832,044
This could be KG's final appearance on this list, as he's set to earn $21 million next season in the last year of his contract and could retire. He'll have earned more than $300 million over his career.

8 Matt Ryan
Atlanta Falcons (NFL)
Last Year's Rank: NR
$32,250,000
$450,000
$32,700,000
The bulk of guaranteed money in Ryan's six-year, $72 million contract he signed in 2008 should be paid out this year, when he'll earn a $22 million roster bonus on top of his $10.25 million salary.

9 Tom Brady
New England Patriots (NFL)
Last Year's Rank: T-28
$20,007,280
$10,000,000
$30,007,280
Brady's four-year, $72 million extension signed last September gives him the highest average annual salary in the NFL. He's due to collect $10 million of his $16 million signing bonus in August.

10. Dwight Howard
Orlando Magic (NBA)
Last Year's Rank: 12
$16,647,180
$12,000,000
$28,647,180
Any dream of Superman joining Lakers needs a cold dose of reality: Howard would have to accept a huge reduction from $17.9 million he's own next year; Kobe might have to take a pay cut, too.





2011-12 College Football Bowl Schedule


Bowl Location Date/Time Network
New Mexico
MWC vs. Pac-12 Albuquerque, N.M.
University Stadium Dec. 17
2 p.m. ESPN

uDrove Humanitarian
MAC vs. WAC Boise, Idaho
Bronco Stadium Dec. 17
5:30 p.m. ESPN

R+L Carriers New Orleans
C-USA vs. Sun Belt New Orleans
Louisiana Superdome Dec. 17
9 p.m. ESPN

Beef 'O' Brady's St. Petersburg
Big East vs. C-USA St. Petersburg, Fla.
Tropicana Field Dec. 20
8 p.m. ESPN

S.D. County Credit Union Poinsettia
MWC vs. WAC San Diego
Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 21
8 p.m. ESPN

MAACO Las Vegas
MWC vs. Pac-12 Las Vegas
Sam Boyd Stadium Dec. 22
8 p.m. ESPN

Sheraton Hawaii
C-USA vs. WAC Honolulu
Aloha Stadium Dec. 24
8 p.m. ESPN

AdvoCare V100 Independence
ACC vs. MWC Shreveport, La.
Independence Stadium Dec. 26
5 p.m. ESPN2

Little Caesars
Big Ten vs. MAC Detroit
Ford Field Dec. 27
4:30 p.m. ESPN

Belk
ACC vs. Big East Charlotte, N.C.
Bank of America Stadium Dec. 27
8 p.m. ESPN

Military Bowl Presented By Northrop Grumman
ACC vs. Navy Washington, D.C.
RFK Stadium Dec. 28
4:30 p.m. ESPN

Bridgepoint Education Holiday
Big 12 vs. Pac-12 San Diego
Qualcomm Stadium Dec. 28
8 p.m. ESPN

Champs Sports
ACC vs. Big East Orlando, Fla.
Florida Citrus Bowl Dec. 29
5:30 p.m. ESPN

Valero Alamo
Big 12 vs. Pac-12 San Antonio
Alamodome Dec. 29
9 p.m. ESPN

Bell Helicopter Armed Forces
BYU vs. C-USA Dallas
Gerald J. Ford Stadium Dec. 30
Noon ESPN

New Era Pinstripe
Big 12 vs. Big East Bronx, N.Y.
Yankee Stadium Dec. 30
3:20 p.m. ESPN

Franklin American Mortgage Music City
ACC vs. SEC Nashville, Tenn.
LP Field Dec. 30
6:40 p.m. ESPN

Insight
Big Ten vs. Big 12 Tempe, Ariz.
Sun Devil Stadium Dec. 30
10 p.m. ESPN

Meineke Car Care of Texas
Big Ten vs. Big 12 Houston
Reliant Stadium Dec. 31
Noon ESPN

Hyundai Sun
ACC vs. Pac-12 El Paso, Texas
Sun Bowl Dec. 31
2 p.m. CBS
AutoZone Liberty
C-USA vs. SEC Memphis, Tenn.
Liberty Bowl Dec. 31
3:30 p.m. ABC

Kraft Fight Hunger
Army vs. Pac-12 San Francisco
AT&T Park Dec. 31
3:30 p.m. ESPN

Chick-fil-A
ACC vs. SEC Atlanta
Georgia Dome Dec. 31
7:30 p.m. ESPN

TicketCity
Big Ten vs. C-USA Dallas
Cotton Bowl Jan. 2
Noon ESPNU

Outback
Big Ten vs. SEC Tampa, Fla.
Raymond James Stadium Jan. 2
1 p.m. ABC
Capital One
Big Ten vs. SEC Orlando, Fla.
Florida Citrus Bowl Jan. 2
1 p.m. ESPN

Gator Bowl
Big Ten vs. SEC Jacksonville, Fla.
EverBank Field Jan. 2
1 p.m. ESPN2

Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio
BCS vs. BCS Pasadena, Calif.
Rose Bowl Jan. 2
5 p.m. ESPN

Allstate Sugar
BCS vs. BCS New Orleans
Louisiana Superdome Jan. 3
8:30 p.m. ESPN

Discover Orange
BCS vs. BCS Miami
Sun Life Stadium Jan. 4
8:30 p.m. ESPN

Tostitos Fiesta
BCS vs. BCS Glendale, Ariz.
U. of Phoenix Stadium Jan. 5
8:30 p.m. ESPN

AT&T Cotton
Big 12 vs. SEC Arlington, Texas
Cowboys Stadium Jan. 6
8 p.m. FOX
BBVA Compass Bowl
Big East vs. SEC Birmingham, Ala.
Legion Field Jan. 7
1 p.m. ESPN

Allstate BCS National Championship Game
BCS vs. BCS New Orleans
Louisiana Superdome Jan. 9
8:30 p.m. ESPN

GoDaddy.com
MAC vs. Sun Belt Mobile, Ala.
Ladd-Peebles Stadium TBD
TBD TBD

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