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Sports: SF around the Internet

Here's a look at some things you might have missed in the San Francisco sports world Friday.

How should the 49ers approach the 2015 NFL free agency? First, they need to figure out how to do it with no money. (Bleacher Report)

The Giants need two-time Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum to be their dominant relief pitcher if they want to be in the running for the NL West in 2015. (Rant Sports)

The San Jose Sharks' inability to win in the postseason has caused some dysfunction on the team. (The Globe and Mail)

The five wealthiest NCAA conferences are expected to vote to increase the value of athletic scholarships to cover the full cost of attendance. (CBS Sports)

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Outside Lands boasts high-quality food and drink from dozens of purveyors, and many are local.<ins> (Courtesy Outside Lands)</ins>
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