Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks: Oregon and Ohio State Superfans Invade Texas
Oregon and Ohio State Superfans
While Urban Meyer picks out his new tattoo design, check out these Ohio State and Oregon superfans who traveled all the way to Arlington, Texas, for Monday night's national championship game.
Attention Brewers fans. You can now pay $1,000 for a timeless ticket, which gives you the right to attend any game you want at any time. So if you're planning your summer of 2046, you can schedule in that Brewers game and know you won't have any trouble getting a ticket.
Dumbest Feud Ever
Bears lineman Kyle Long is upset with Bears teammate Martellus Bennett for unfollowing him on Twitter. Bennett didn't take too kindly to being called out. Speaking of feuds, there's a good one involving former Panthers teammates Jermaine Wiggins and Steve Smith that's starting to brew.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
I stumbled across Sandra Wong's Facebook page over the weekend and am not sure why she hasn't been featured as a LLOD yet. Better late than never (click here for full-size gallery).
Hot Clicks Giveaway
The good people at NIVEA Men will be unveiling a new series on their Facebook page over the next few weeks covering unexepected training methods and grooming choices for athletes and fans. To celebrate, they have offered two Hot Clicks readers a $500 StubHub gift card toward any upcoming sporting event and a dopp kit featuring NIVEA Men Sensitive Cooling Balm and NIVEA Men Sensitive Cooling Shaving Gel. I'll send one to the 100th and 200th person who emails me (email@example.com) the price of the world's oldest known hockey stick. The answer was in this morning's Hot Clicks. Please make the subject line "NIVEA."
Update (6:31 a.m.): Contest is closed. Thanks for playing. More giveaways coming soon.
Sportsman of the Year
Lauren Hill, who has inoperable brain cancer and provided the most inspirational moment of 2014, took some time to visit a 2-year-old at Cincinnati Children's Hospital who also has an inoperable brain tumor.
Feel-Good Moment of the Day
Great Moments In Newspaper Headlines
Welcome to Buffalo
Meet Tiny Courtney Lee (video)
Odds & Ends
Richard Sherman uses a secret room in his new house to store opponents' jerseys ... A furniture company lost over $1 million on a promotion promising free furniture if Ohio State won the title ... The NFL has asked John Harbaugh and the Ravens staff to coach the Pro Bowl since John Fox is no longer Broncos coach ... Uzo Aduba, who plays Crazy Eyes in Orange is the New Black, will run the Boston Marathon this year ... Golfer Patrick Reed has a very pale forehead ... The 31 best kids cartoons of the '80s and '90s ... Seven fruits and vegetables you should be eating now because they are in season ... A terminally ill Eminem fan passed away the day after meeting the famous rapper.
Wade Boggs Can Drink
Charlie Day was on The Tonight Show to discuss the new season of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. Wade Boggs guest stars in an episode and Day has quite a bit to say about Boggs' beer consumption.
Charlie Kelly, Expert Lawyer
Speaking of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, here's some lawyering by Charlie Kelly to get you ready for the new season.
Bulldog vs. Water Bottle
Who you got?
Bruce Springsteen Song of the Day
I love Greetings From Asbury Park, Bruce Springsteen's first album. But at some point he started playing a slow, stripped-down version of For You instead of the fast version that's on the album. I spent a little while searching but was able to find a live rendition of the fast version, filmed during the 2012 Wrecking Ball Tour. Enjoy.