The morning links. Not just the facts, ma'am:
The NFL yesterday afternoon admitted that referee Pete Morelli got it wrong in reversing a Steelers interception Sunday afternoon in Indy. Replay was brought in to prevent this kind of nonsense, but as Dave Perkins notes, when it misfires this badly, it's time to scrap it.
More on Sven Goran Eriksson: Looking beyond Germany, English FA officials want a "summit meeting" to clear the air on everyone's intentions after the World Cup (Option A: Get lost; Option B: Please leave; Option C: Take a hike; etc.).
In the NBA, the Lakers beat the Heat and old pal and curmudgeon Charley Rosen was there to grade it out for anyone considering a flier on Miami: Don't risk anything on Shaq, he warns.
TODAY'S BEST BET (A new feature here): Carolina at Philly in the NHL. Eric Staal continues his march to the Hart Trophy, Peter Laviolette continues to make the Islanders look like chumps for letting him go, and the winner goes to the top of the NHL's Eastern Conference class.
Oh, and Raptors faithful, lock it on here tomorrow, Thursday and Friday when I join up with Scott Carefoot of Raptorblog, the trio at RaptorsHQ, Ryan McNeill at hoopsaddict.com, and mirthmaster J.E. Skeets in a Raptors at midseason bloggers' e-mail roundtable. Three parts, all game.