Sports Fan Friday
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“___ Loves You” (Beatles single)
Sports official who yells “Strike!,” for short
Undergarment that’s sometimes built into a camisole
Cookie maker Wally
Pet that might love pouncing on a yarn ball
Group with 1040EZ forms: Abbr.
Break-dancer, in slang: Hyph.
US Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame runner who won gold medals at the 1992 and 1996 Olympics: 2 wds
“OutDaughtered” cable channel
Spanish equivalent of “Bravo!”
Strip that might be sticky on both sides
“Help me, ___-Wan Kenobi. You’re my only hope”
Back muscle, for short
US Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame runner who won gold medals at the 1960 Olympics: 2 wds.
“Are you a man ___ mouse?”: 2 wds.
Comic director Brooks
Scruff of the neck
Shirt you could cut into a tank top
Exciting, like a big party, in current slang
US Olympic & Paralympic Hall of Fame runner who won a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics: 2 wds.
Pairs of people who sing together
So quiet you could hear a ___ drop
“Breathing Lessons” and “The Accidental Tourist” author Tyler
British title for Elton John
“The results ___ in!”
___ Moines International Airport
___-Caps (brand of chocolate nonpareil candy)
___ point (temperature at which water droplets form on a lawn or car)
“Alphabetical” #1 hit for the Jackson 5
Pull with difficulty
Component of a cell phone plan
Accidentally slosh, like a glass of wine
Very dedicated, as a gamer: Hyph.
“Anything ___” (2003 Jason Biggs romantic comedy)
What the Morton Salt Girl carries
Performer with the 2012 hit “Gangnam Style”
Cain murdered him
Unit in an online shopping cart
Null and ___ (invalid)
It’s pumped into a bounce house
Military groups commanded by lieutenants
Announcement that might be “all-points”
Snapchat or WeChat, for example
Going ___ distance
“Well said, pastor!”
“Let’s move ___ the next topic”: 2 wds.
Opening remarks, for short
Month with the longest day of the year
Opposite of treble
Car part that’s vulnerable to a puncture
Jay-Z, to Blue Ivy