Tuesday November 18th, 2014

Tiger Woods vs. Dan Jenkins

Tiger Woods and Dan Jenkins :: Getty Images

Think Tiger Woods doesn't care what writers say about him? Think again. In a piece for The Player's Tribune, Woods went off on 84-year-old Dan Jenkins. “Did you read Dan Jenkins’ interview with me in the latest Golf Digest? I hope not. Because it wasn’t me,” writes Tiger. “It was some jerk he created to pretend he was talking to me. That’s right, Jenkins faked an interview, which fails as parody, and is really more like a grudge-fueled piece of character assassination.” But that's not all. Woods' agent, Mark Steinberg, wrote a letter to the magazine "requesting a formal response to these questions on how journalistically or ethically this piece is acceptable." Since you asked, I'd advise Tiger to grab some Wendy's, play some Legend of Zelda and laugh the whole thing off.


3,800 Cans of Seafood 

Don't freak out if you happen to be at Regan National Airport this week and see a nine-foot tall statue of Jayson Werth made entirely of seafood cans. It's part of Arlington’s annual Canstruction competition, which features large sculptures made out of full cans of food.


Contest: Win Sting's Bat

Good news, pro wrestling fans. Our friends at the WWE have given us an autographed Sting bat to give away. We decided to make you work for it a little by playing a pro wrestling booker. Just go to the Extra Mustard Facebook page and tell us how you'd book Sting's final match (who it's against, what would happen, etc.) and we'll choose the best entry. Easy Peasy Japanesey.


Lovely Lady of the Day

Emily DiDonato (seen here doing her best Julia Roberts/Pretty Woman imitation) stopped by the SI office on Monday for a Twitter takeover and SINow appearance. She earns today's LLOD honors (click here for full-size gallery).


Enter the Bill Walton Teepee

Yes, Bill Walton has a teepee and it's exactly what you thought it'd be. I'm hoping this dude has a teepee nearby so they still hang out and complain about bad Brent Mydland songs (sorry, couldn't help myself). 


Best Hair in Basketball


What a Guy!


NBA's Deadliest Scoring Duo

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Miguel Cabrera Has Foot Surgery


From the SI Vault

Ahmad Rashad :: AP

Ahmad Rashad turned 65 today. In this 1971 photo, Rashad (then known as Bobby Moore) poses for a photo while a member of the Oregon football team. Is anyone surprised he's wearing No. 23? For more classic sports photos, visit the SI Vault on Twitter.


Odds & Ends

People Magazine unveiled its annual "Sexiest Men Alive" issue and Tim Tebow made the list. Top honors went to Dick Vitale Chris Hemsworth ... The Giants and A's donated uniforms to San Quentin prison. The sleeve patch is amazing ... Le'Veon Bell flirted (poorly) with Jordin Sparks, who was impressed with his performance on Sunday ... However bad your day was yesterday, it couldn't have been worse than the Niagra women's basketball team ... Bills coach Doug Marrone helped a stranded motorist get out of the snow ... Poor Greg Oden ... Symmetrical knees help Jamaicans excel on the track ... Chip Kelly is the new coach at Florida (according to Wikipedia) ... Mark Cuban wants the Lakers to suck forever.


Six-Pack of Highlights

The best action from Tuesday in sports.

 


My New Favorite Runner

Congrats to Jamie Lynch, who ran all 13.1 miles of the Avengers Half Marathon at Disneyland in full L.A. Kings gear (pads and everything!)


My New Favorite Skiier

Meet 97-year-old George Jedenoff, who travels from California to Utah every winter to hit the slopes. (H/T Purpose 2 Play)


Life of a Squirrel

If you ever wanted to know what a squirrel with a GoPro camera would be like.


Hope You Didn't Get Whiplash

Just a minor camera fail.

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