Thursday's P.M. Hot Clicks
Ralph Lauren unveiled the outfits that American athletes will wear during the opening ceremonies at Sochi. And if ugly Christmas sweaters are your thing, you're in luck. Is it the worst getup the U.S. has ever worn to an opening ceremonies? Check out the gallery above and judge for yourself.
Kevin Durant, who should forever be known as the Slim Reaper, was asked on Twitter who'd win a three-point contest between him and Steph Curry. Durant not only gave the advantage to Curry, but said that he's the "best shooter to ever play."
First things first. Tiffani Thiessen turns 40 today. This would be a logical choice for today's Throwback Thursday LLOD but I featured her two weeks ago. So Plan B is Tool Time Girl Debbe Dunning, who took over the role when Pam Anderson left Home Improvement for Baywatch.
Rick Ross bought Evander Holyfield's 109-room mansion in Atlanta after the boxer lost it to foreclosure. The home includes a bowling alley, 135-seat movie theater, Olympic-size pool, baseball field and an estimated monthly electric bill of $17,000. In less extravagant athlete-real estate news, former No. 1 NFL draft pick David Carr put his six-bedroom house in Bakersfield, Calif., on the market for a cool $2.8 million.
Duke's Alpha Delta Pi sorority shot one of the most awkward (and frankly, enjoyable) recruitment videos ever made. On the complete opposite end of the spectrum are the girls at Ohio State's Delta Gamma sorority, who will probably have more luck getting new members than the girls of ADPi.
Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree were mic'd up during the NFC Championship game ... This is one of the more bizarre hazing stories you'll ever hear ... Bruce Smith wants you to drink responsibly during the Super Bowl ... Brandon Jacobs had some harsh words for former coach Jim Harbaugh ... Torrie Wilson is not a fan of Justin Bieber's driving ... Would you pay $219 for this football onesie?
Argentinian model Fiorella Castillo shows off her soccer skills.
The Knicks guard, whose season has been a total nightmare, helped a young performer with her rendition of The Lumineers' "Ho Hey" during halftime of Thursday's game against the 76ers.
A CNN reporter covering a snowball fight at Columbia University gets pummeled with snowballs.
Guyism has a feature on the 50 funniest people ever. A list like this is inevitably going to lead to disagreements but there really should've been a place for Jerry Seinfeld and/or Larry David on the list. And seeing that the Yankees just spent $155 million on a pitcher, it seemed appropriate to show this montage of great George Steinbrenner moments from Seinfeld.