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Super Bowl Shuffle Photos

As we mentioned in AM Clicks, the Chicago Bears Shufflin' Crew release their hit song, Superbowl Shuffle, 28 years ago today. Here's a look at some photos from the memorable video shoot.

Hope Solo Rips the Ponytail Posse

U.S. women's goalie Hope Solo, who's never shied from controversy, ripped Julie Foudy on Twitter after Foudy named Briana Scurry her choice for starting goalie on the honorary US Soccer’s All-Time Best XI team, which will be announced later this month.

https://twitter.com/hopesolo/statuses/410544378680049664

McCutchen Scores a Bride

Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen proposed to his girlfriend Maria Hanslovan during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She rejected him and instead proclaimed her love for Alex Rodriguez, who then appeared out of nowhere and nailed McCutchen with a steel chair on the back of the head. Just kidding. She said yes. I've been watching too much wrestling.

Lovely Lady Round-Up

Behati Prinsloo was one of many models to walk the runway at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show but haven't heard much about her so thought I'd showcase her in today's gallery ...  Emmy Rossum looks spectacular in the latest issue of Esquire ... Vanessa Hudgens wants to be back in Jamaica right now.

You Could Not Have Been More Wrong

In 2009, Tennessee coach Lane Kiffin told Alshon Jeffrey that he'd be pumping gas for the rest of his life if he chose South Carolina over the Vols. Jeffrey chose the Gamecocks and did all right for himself.

Ridiculous Lawsuit of the Day

A Clippers fan is filing a $5 million lawsuit against the team for spamming his cell phone. I'd definitely expect a settlement with a generous owner like Donald Sterling.

Christmas for Sneaker Lovers

Adidas is bringing back its Crazy 1 sneaker, which will be available the day after Christmas. It'll have competition as LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant all come out with new Nikes on the same day.

Odds and Ends

Giants receiver Victor Cruz asked (and received) permission from his mother before purchasing his first Rolex ... I love this story about retired outfielder Brady Anderson racing a random fan ... The Dolphins will look to trade Jonathan Martin this offseason ... Salon has a list of the 12 television shows that went on too long ... Jim Brown called out Kobe Bryant on The Arsenio Hall Show last night.

Worst Punt Ever

Arizona Western College punter Joel Maddock will live in shame for this effort during the Fisher Automotive El Toro Bowl against New Mexico Military Institute.

Keeper Combat Video of the Day

Orient goalkeepers Jake Larkins and Ben Bridle-Card go head-to-head in the Keeper Combat challenge.

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