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Like football? Like voting? 2013 ESPY voting is now open

The 2013 ESPY Awards - ESPN's annual summer extravaganza celebrating all things sports and ESPN - will be held July 17 in Los Angeles, and voting became open today. As always, there are tons of college and pro football connections throughout the nominees list and, since it's a Thursday in late June, we thought we'd take a look and provide a link to vote for your favorites.

Best Male Athlete
Miguel Cabrera - Detroit Tigers
LeBron James - Miami Heat
Adrian Peterson - Minnesota Vikings
Michael Phelps - U.S. Olympic Swimming

Best Male College Athlete
Trey Burke - Michigan basketball
Kyle Dake - Cornell wrestling
Drew LeBlanc - St. Cloud State hockey
Johnny Manziel - Texas A&M football

Best Coach/Manager
Bruce Arians - Indianapolis Colts (now Arizona Cardinals)
Geno Auriemma - Connecticut women's basketball
John Danowski - Duke lacrosse
Rick Pitino - Louisville men's basketball
Erik Spoelstra - Miami Heat

Best Game
Boston Bruins vs. Toronto Maple Leafs - NHL first round, Game 7
Miami Heat vs. San Antonio Spurs - NBA Finals, Game 6
Baltimore Ravens vs. Denver Broncos - AFC Divisional Playoffs

Best Upset
Florida Gulf Coast over Georgetown - NCAA men's basketball tournament
Louisville over Baylor - NCAA women's basketball tournament
Juan Manuel Marquez over Manny Pacquiao - boxing
Texas A&M over Alabama - college football

Best Breakthrough Athlete
Colin Kaepernick - San Francisco 49ers
Johnny Manziel - Texas A&M
Yasiel Puig - Los Angeles Dodgers
Mike Trout - Los Angeles Angels
Russell Wilson - Seattle Seahawks

Best Championship Performance
Joe Flacco - Super Bowl MVP
LeBron James - NBA Finals MVP
Brad Keselowski - NASCAR Sprint Cup champion
Pablo Sandoval - World Series MVP

Best Comeback
Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos
Adrian Peterson - Minnesota Vikings
Buster Posey - San Francisco Giants
Mariano Rivera - New York Yankees

Best Record-Breaking Performance
Drew Brees - Consecutive games with a touchdown pass
Calvin Johnson - Single-season receiving yards
Michael Phelps - Most Olympic medals
Abby Wambach - Women's soccer international scoring record

Best NFL Player
Calvin Johnson - Detroit Lions
Peyton Manning - Denver Broncos
Adrian Peterson - Minnesota Vikings
Aaron Rodgers - Green Bay Packers
J.J. Watt - Houston Texans

Best Moment
Jack Hoffman - Nebraska spring football game

Alex Morgan - Winning goal for U.S. women's soccer vs. Canada
Andy Murray - Winning men's tennis gold medal at Wimbledon
Chuck Pagano - Returning to Indianapolis Colts

Best Play - ESPN is holding a 16-entry tournament to determine the winner. Among the nominees are:

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