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Coming Out Party

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Quarterback Jameis Winston put on a show in Florida State's 41-13 rout at Pitt last night. The freshman completed 25 of 27 passes for 356 yards and five touchdowns, and rushed for another score. But Winston, who opened the eyes of many people, isn't just a beast on the gridiron. The guy is far from shabby on the diamond, too.

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College Football Roundup

A Georgia fan cried on a sports-talk radio show after the Bulldogs lost to Clemson. ... Villanova pulled off an tremendous fake punt against Boston College. ... Michigan State safety Kurtis Drummond had a ridiculous interception against Western Michigan.

Best Police Officer Ever

You know the drill when a lunatic fan runs on the field during a baseball game: The camera randomly pans around to anything other than what's taking place on the field while the announcers get all serious and let us know they have a very important policy in place where they'd never show the overzealous individual because they think that will stop other fans from doing it. Then the announcers ramble on about what a horrible human being said fan is and explain that running on the field is basically as bad as killing a small village of women and children. For one cop in Toronto, though, a fan running on the field was the opportunity to fill out one of the greatest police reports you will ever see.

Lovely Lady Links Roundup

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Victoria's Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is very good at her job. ... U.K. model Helen Flanagan has a new photoshoot out. ... SI Swimsuit model Natasha Barnard shows why Hot Clicks said she was the Rookie of the Year.

Playing Dress Up

Clippers center DeAndre Jordan hosted a costume party over the weekend. But this was not your typical costume party. This was a SUPERHERO costume party. Here's a look at Jordan, Blake Griffin and other Clippers in their very detailed attire.

This Is How You Make An Annoucement

Late on Friday, Teemu Selanne revealed he was returning to the Ducks for one more season. He did so with a very funny YouTube video.

In Case  You Missed It

There was a fresh edition of Hot Clicks on Labor Day in which we looked back at the 20 best videos from the summer. Also, you only have a couple of days left to join the Hot Clicks NFL Pick 'Em Pool.

Sports Video Of The Day

Via Awful Announcing comes a must-see sports report for anyone who has ever watched a minute of the WWF/WWE in your life.

Video Of The Day

Via ViralViralVideos comes a great method for making Watermelon smoothies.

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