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Johnny B. Good?
Johnny Manziel :: Jackson Laizure/Getty Images


Johnny Manziel is learning the hard way about being a celebrity in 2013. Whether it's sitting courtside at a Mavs-Heat game or celebrating at a club after Texas A&M destroyed Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl, Manziel has become a lightning rod for criticism. The latest incident that has fans in an uproar is this photo of Johnny Football flashing a wad of cash after a good night at the casino. We're not saying Manziel is a choir boy but let him have his fun (especially if gal pal Sarah Savage is involved).
Notre Dame-Alabama Preview
After six weeks of hype, Notre Dame and Alabama will finally square off in the BCS Championship. SI star blogger Holly Anderson has answers to just about any question you could come up with about tonight's game ... Win or lose, Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron has plenty of shoe options for the ride home ... How many national championships have Notre Dame and Alabama really won? ... The Alabama and Notre Dame cheerleaders ... The Top 15 BCS Championship performances of all time ... Will Alabama coach Nick Saban, who blocked his players from watching ESPN in their hotel rooms, head to the NFL if his team wins? He says no (but he hasn't always been the most honest person about these things.) Just ask Ron Jaworski.
The Most Hated Sportswriter in Boston
Boston Globe writer Dan Shaughnessy is not the most well-liked person among Boston sports fans. Add Arian Foster to the list of Shaughnessy detractors. The running back actually used anti-Texans quotes from the writer's story as his Twitter avatar. In the piece, Shaughnessy calls Houston "fraudulent" and says the Patriots are "the first team in NFL history to get back-to-back byes before advancing to the conference championship game."
Lovely Ladies Of The Day
Leslie Nelson and Angela Britani :: Courtesy of Athlon Sports


In honor of tonight's BCS Championship, Athlon Sports has found the hottest fan at Notre Dame (Leslie Nelson) and Alabama (Angela Britani). They are today's Lovely Ladies of the Day.
Gross Injury Alert
In case you're wondering why Vikings quarterback Christian Ponder didn't play in the NFC wildcard game against the Packers, Shari Gross of the Star Tribune tweeted this rather disgusting image of the quarterback's right arm.
Score One For South Carolina
Congrats to whoever in South Carolina decided to put up this "Beware of Clowney" sign along the state border. Phenomenal.
Little Coco
I can't say enough good things about Caden Crisp, the son of baseball's Coco, who rocks an afro and gold chain in this photo his dad posted on Twitter. He may have passed Chris Paul's son for best/cutest child of a pro athlete.
Defensive Introduction Of The Day
Jared Allen is proud graduate of the Culinary Academy. I'm sure Idaho State is thrilled.

Poignant Video of the Day
After winning the Brisbane International on Sunday, Andy Murray dedicates his win to fellow tennis player Ross Hutchins, who is battling Hodgkin's lymphoma.

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