Thursday's P.M. Hot Clicks: Babies in the Stanley Cup
Babies in the Stanley Cup
We are continuing with this morning's theme of ignoring the negative NFL stories and focusing on the positive side of sports. This morning's Hot Clicks were highlighted by this litter of Seahawks puppies. How can I top that this afternoon? How about a big gallery of Babies in the Stanley Cup.
Move Over, Jonathan Papelbon
You thought Jonathan Papelbon grabbing his crotch one time was bad? Meet journeyman pitcher Chris Resop, who is caught grabbing his crotch 53 times in this great post by Cespedes Family Barbecue.
Pizza Business Booming for Peyton
Peyton Manning is in the news for his interview with Peter King in which he says, "There’s some different laws out here in Colorado. Pizza business is pretty good out here, believe it or not, due to some recent law changes." Those "law changes" Peyton is referring to is the legalization of marijuana, and the pizza business is a reference to the 21 Papa John's franchises the Broncos quarterback owns in the area. No word on whether Manning was referring to his personalized strain of marijuana or just pot in general.
Throwback Lovely Lady of the Day
Matt from Seattle requested some love for former MTV star Daisy Fuentes. And since today is Thursday, we'll make Daisy our Throwback LLOD (click here for full-size gallery).
Hot Clicks Giveaway
I want my Hot Clicks readers to look good. Thankfully, so do my good friends at The Center for Dermatology, Cosmetic and Laser Surgery. They have provided me five gift packs of enhancing products that will make you look like a star. The gift packs contain $500 worth of products, including an anti-aging serum, eye cream, sunscreen and dermal repair cream. I'll send one to the 20th, 40th, 60th, 80th and 100th person who emails me (email@example.com) the team with the most obnoxious fanbase in sports. The answer was in A.M. Clicks. Please make the subject line "Skin Medica."
Update (6:52 p.m.): Contest is over. Winners will be notified soon. Another giveaway coming tomorrow afternoon.
Guess this former 'Face in the Crowd'
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What we said on 1/26/1970: Tony Dungy, 14, student president of Frost Junior High in Jackson, Mich., threw 23 touchdown passes over the past three seasons, is high scorer in basketball for the third straight year and has never been defeated in high and low hurdles and long jump in track.
SI's 'Faces in the Crowd' feature has been one of the magazine's most popular features over the past 60 years. In honor of Throwback Thursday, we dug through our archives for all the NFL-related 'Faces in the Crowd' we could find and turned it into a fun game of "name that player." Can you identify the former coach pictured above?
Nerlens Noel Crashes Wedding
Sixers rookie Nerlens Noel did a "Rocky run" through the streets of Philadelphia last week and finished the workout by joining this newly-married couple for a snapshot.
Odds & Ends
Jim McMahon is set to graduate from BYU after 37 years ... I enjoyed this piece about rewatching the XFL 13 years after its lone season ... Scotty Gomez's NYC apartment is up for rent. It'll cost you $23,000 a month ... Trent Dilfer just made Chip Kelly's Christmas card list ... A Walmart in Mexico is being investigated for cockfighting ... I'm excited for the debut of the cotton candy cone ... Bruce Springsteen is going to try his hand at stand-up comedy ... Jay-Z is being sued for the use of the word "oh" in Run This Town.
Jon Stewart vs. The Shield
The Daily Show host skewered the NFL during his monologue last night.