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Wednesday Links 3/14/12

A weekly collection of links to satiate your Red Bull (team, not the drink) cravings. And some other links of interest.

I don't know who this guy is, what his criteria is, or who's taking these odds, but the Red Bulls have 12/1 odds on winning the MLS Cup. [Bet MLS Soccer]

The number 1 thing ESPN learned from First Kick? The Red Bulls are still broken. [ESPN]

Howard Megdal echos the sentiment. [Capital New York]

But something to feel good about: Being in the East could be an advantage in the Supporters Shield race. Feel better yet? No? [Pro Soccer Talk]

Hans Backe defends himself against his legions of detractors. [Goal.com]

Apparently, Aqua Teen Hunger Force is not MLS-approved. A pity. [bump worthy]

The LA Galaxy is in trouble? Yeah, why not. [SB Nation]

NBC Sports Network saw a ratings increase over last year's Fox Soccer Channel opener. [The Sporting News]

A decade ago MLS contracted two teams. Today, it's thriving. [Washington Examiner]

If you're looking for an artistic way to get your soccer fix, somebody made a sculpture of Zinedine Zindane's famous World Cup headbutt and it's on display in the city. [Deadpsin]

The Vancouver Whitecaps might be in hot water if they keep calling the field at BC Place the "Bell Pitch." [Vancouver Sun]