Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks
Mike Krzyzewski’s 1969 West Point yearbook photo is making the rounds, which seems like a great excuse for a gallery of athletes in their yearbooks.
Renowned ballerina and Magic forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis tried to stay at an Orlando Travelodge over the weekend. But when he went to the front desk and found out there was no room, he took out his frustrations on the front desk computer.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of "UFC 1: The Beginning," an eight-man tournament that marked the birth of MMA. As the sport turns 20, Complex looks at the 50 must brutal matches of all time as well as the 25 hottest ring girls.
Maryna Linchuk is a model from Belarus who is featured today on CelebSlam ... Georgia QB Aaron Murray is dating Kacie McDonnell, a traffic and sports reporter with Fox 29 in Philly who used to date Christian Ponder ... Bregje Henin is quickly becoming a must-see model.
Looking for a holiday gift for that someone special? May I suggest these $550 sweatpants worn by the likes of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Generation Opportunity, "a free-thinking, liberty-loving, national organization of young people," hired a bunch of attractive girls to rally Miami students in the parking lot before Saturday's game against Virginia Tech. The group was encouraging students to join its campaign against Obamacare.
Cheyenne Woods, niece of Tiger, recreated her uncle's famous golf ball juggling ad ... Katherine Webb has officially thrown her Heisman Trophy support behind boyfriend (and Alabama QB) AJ McCarron ... The Texans released safety Ed Reed this afternoon. Yes, the same Ed Reed who just yesterday said the Texans were out-coached by the Cardinals ... This Creighton fan knows how to bust a move ...A guest at Leonardo DiCaprio's 39th birthday describes the scene: "“The party was wild — wall-to-wall models. There were probably 20 girls to every guy."
BroBible uncovered this footage of a small-club matchup in a rural part of Bosnia and Herzegovina ... and it isn't pretty.
Improv Everywhere re-enacted the famous scene from When Harry Met Sally. This one went a little different than the movie.
In honor of the legendary broadcaster's 69th birthday, here's his famous call of the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" game.
A 57-year-old mechanical engineer built this amazing Lego crane.