Tim Lincecum on the cover of NY Times Style Magazine

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We in San Francisco haven’t had a major sports star since Barry Bonds, and he was too polarizing for the nation to admire. We had Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, Steve Young, but those days are long gone. But now we have The Freak, Tim Lincecum, and we finally have a sports star gracing the cover of … the New York Times Style Magazine? Kind of bizarre/cool.

We have to say, this is a really great read.

On the topic of the good-looking girl at the front desk of his Seattle apartment: “The one with short, black hair?” Lincecum asked. “Yeah, she’s good-looking, but she posted on Twitter that she saw me walking around in my boxers. That kind of pissed me off.”

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NFL Anthems

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We know that Wiz Khalifa’s “Black And Yellow ” is the Super Bowl anthem of 2011, and if the Pittsburgh Steelers actually win the Super Bowl in Dallas against the Packers this Sunday, then “Black and Yelllow” (although we prefer the Snoop guest spot remix) will go down as a major NFL song.

But we look back at some of the classic NFL anthems of the past years, not just Super Bowl songs, but dances, songs, and videos shot by NFL players or sung by fans that rival “Black and Yellow” as football anthems. —The Citrus Report staff

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