Your Tiger Woods, Jaimee Grubbs, Rachel Uchitel and Kalika Moquin Link Dump

There is a lot flying around on the Tiger Woods front. Rather than putting up 20 posts today, I'll try to condense this into one dose of Tiger this morning and another this afternoon (provided that more details continue to come out). On with this mess: ↵

↵The Voicemail: ↵

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↵You can't really start anywhere else other than this smoking gun when it comes to the infidelity accusations. The voicemail comes courtesy of US Weekly. So there's the Jaimee Grubbs story, who turned out to be telling the truth despite my skepticism on Tuesday. Oh yeah, and there were naughty text messages. ↵

↵But she was just woman No. 2. We have to double back to woman No. 1 ... ↵

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↵Rachel Uchitel's changing story: ↵

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↵Uchitel, the woman who has continually denied an affair with Tiger Woods, is still being touted as a mistress according to the National Enquirer, in what is really a game of sourcing tag. The Enquirer is citing an upcoming US Weekly report -- a report that isn't out yet. So yeah, I suspect that isn't the last we'll hear about Uchitel. ↵

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↵Meet woman No. 3, Kalika Moquin: ↵

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↵Clearly, Tiger has marked his territory in Vegas. Moquin is a marketing manager for The Bank nightclub in Las Vegas. Life & Style reports the two have hooked up "more than once." ↵

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↵Possible woman No. 4? ↵

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↵TMZ has two pictures of Tiger Woods sitting near a woman in Vegas. Could be totally innocent, but given the context, I think we're all just waiting for her name. ↵

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↵Men's Fitness got a magazine cover thanks to Tiger's infidelity. ↵

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↵So says the New York Post, which claims former Men's Fitness EIC Neal Boulton essentially used intel from the National Enquirer to get Woods to do the magazine's cover. That sounds an awful lot like blackmail, no? ↵

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↵Finally, the "comments on current events." ↵

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↵Over on TigerWoods.com, there's a statement from Woods, which acknowledges -- without directly admitting -- his infidelity. Of course, he launches into a rant about tabloid journalism, which isn't entirely wrong, but also sort of undercuts any sort of apology he's trying to make. ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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