Tuesday's A.M. Hot Clicks
It's been a rough week for Ohio State, who lost to Dayton in the NCAA Tournament and then got trolled by the Dayton Daily News. To make matters worse, the Foot Locker on campus is now selling these Aaron Craft jerseys with Ohio spelled incorrectly.
The Durham Bulls unveiled these R2-D2 themed jerseys for Star Wars night on May 4th. These are (in my opinion) the best Star Wars themed jerseys yet, beating out those of the Toledo Walleye and U.S. Junior Hockey Team. Which is your favorite?
This is what the helmets of all 32 NFL teams would look like with a Star Wars makeover.
Jordan from Syracuse wrote in requesting Janel Parrish of Pretty Little Liars fame be named today's LLOD. I've never seen the show but did some research and decided she is a strong choice.
The Phillies are rewarding fans with team bumper stickers by leaving a voucher on their windshield for free tickets to a future game.
Two of my favorite subjects (dogs, cheerleaders) in one item ... An Oklahoma City girl sold 18,107 boxes of Girl Scout cookies, a new record ... Dwight Howard ruined Josh McRoberts' night with this blocked shot ... The Bruins and Canadiens don't like each other, as their game last night proved ... Mark Cuban had a great comeback to a guy who trolled him on Facebook ... I like the way NBA referee Courtney Kirkland handled his bad call during last night's Nets-Pelicans game ... Shaquille O'Neal is being investigated by police for an alleged attack on TNT co-worker ... I know this is how it's done with famous people but this story about Diddy and free gifts for his son's birthday party made me really angry... A NYC movie theater is giving away free tickets to babies for the movie Nymphomaniac.
Blue Jays infielder Munenori Kawasaki plays up to the camera after scoring a run in last night's game against the Phillies.
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The Office Time Machine is pretty awesome. Pick a year and it shows you all of The Office's pop culture references from that year. This video is from 1988.
Kevan Miller and Travis Moen go at it during last night's Bruins-Canadiens game.
YouTuber Mikey Bolts sings Happy using voices from Family Guy. Tremendous work.