Wednesday's P.M. Hot Clicks
The 2014 Masters tees off tomorrow from Augusta and Johnny Miller has four predictions for this year's tournament. SI compiled its 100 best all-time Masters photos, of which I picked my favorites for the gallery above.
TMZ calls UConn students "sexist" for not rioting after the women's tournament victory last night.
Yup, this exists. Two teams of five meet in the middle of the ring and pound each other. The best part of all: Fighters are allowed to gang up on opponents, so the end of the match could be a five-on-one beat down. Just watch the video in the link. (The mayhem begins at the 2:33 mark.)
Jessica Green is an Australian model and actress. Put her on your radar ... Bregje Heinen's hotness will indeed melt your eyeballs ... Jessica Sutton is one reason to watch MMA ... Kim Kardashian wants to be on the SI Swimsuit cover ... Photos from the Washington Redskins cheerleader auditions.
Hall of Famer Frank Thomas took to Twitter this morning to claim that the baseballs are doctored this year because of the number of home runs hit so far. Unfortunately for Thomas, research disproves his theory. Not only were there fewer home runs through Tuesday than at the same point last season, but also the 195 homers represent the lowest rate of the past five seasons.
Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury, who has been referred to as a "Ryan Gosling clone," appeared on The Dan LeBetard Show and admitted to flirting with single moms of recruits during visits to their homes.
This infographic appears in this week's issue of SI (on newsstands today!) and shows how top coaching salaries measure up in each sport. It's interesting that Bill Belichick's salary had to be estimated because nobody outside of the team knows the exact figure.
Brandon Spikes compared playing for the Patriots to slavery.
AJ McCarron and Katherine Webb will star in their own reality show ... Florida State football players have received their 2013 championship rings ... Here are the most rewatched moments of the Final Four, according to TiVo ... Drake will host the 2014 ESPY Awards ... Red Sox announcers Jerry Remy and Don Orsillo pretended they were bobbleheads ... Twelve great sports movie moments that would never happen in real life ... The Braves accidentally set the American flag on fire last night ... An Olympics official said it is premature to speculate on the 2016 Olympics being moved from Rio de Janeiro ... The Truman Show is being made into a television show ... FXX will air a 12-day marathon of The Simpsons ... Can this drinking glass somehow make your beer taste better?
SI.com's Ben Golliver ranked the 10 best dunks of the season and chose this Terrence Ross slam over Kenneth Faried as No. 1.
The Western Michigan coach surprised four walk-ons with scholarships, but not before having some fun with his team.
My favorite show returns tonight with special guest Paul Rudd. Here's a preview.
Silicon Valley star Kumail Nanjiani joined Conan last night and played this new game.