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With Titans defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil getting fined $40,000 for flipping off the refs last Sunday, this photo gallery looks back at the gestures that have cost sports figures lots of money, including Deion Sanders' water attack on Tim McCarver at the 1992 National League Championship Series.
Phillies Photo Fun
In today's A.M. Hot Clicks, I put together a photo montage of Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz excitedly embracing Roy Halladay after yesterday's no-hitter. Well, the folks at Joe Sports Fan made an even better collage, which was slightly outdone by this outstanding Photoshop.
BamBoozered
A high school student recently beat Bulls forward Carlos Boozer in a game of H-O-R-S-E.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Ashlan Gorse :: Michael Bezjian/Getty Images
Ashlan Gorse is a reporter for E! and today's LLOD.
Booted For Butt Slaps
Grant Hill and Reggie Evans were ejected from last night's Suns-Raptors exhibition game after they spanked each other on the butt.
SI Vault Photo Of The Day
A 14-year-old Alyssa Milano takes some hacks at Dodger Stadium.
Rock The Vote
The e-mails about Jaime Edmondson continue to pour in. (Find her in past editions of Hot Clicks here.) However, a small handful have said the run should end. Many of you, though, want to see the drive for five. So, I'm putting it to a vote.

Cheap Plug
Since C.J. Wilson is starting for the Texas Rangers today, you should really read this Q&A I did with him earlier this week.
Sports Video Of The Day
Check out the cheap shot by an Ohio State soccer player that lead to a red card in their game against Akron last week. (Thanks to P-Max, of Beaucaire, France, for the link.)

Music Video Of The Day
Some of the writers from 30 Rock made this "tribute" video for what would've been John Lennon's 70th birthday on Saturday. It follows in the footsteps of his previous songs, Girl and Woman.

News Blooper Of The Day
No, you can't go back. You're on live TV.

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