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Campus Clicks: February 25, 2008

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Celebration in Knoxville

Tennessee fans were in celebration mode on Saturday night. :: Kevin Cox/Wireimage
Tennessee ended Memphis' quest for a perfect season with a 66-62 victory over the Tigers Saturday night. We're not sure if the victory can be attributed to the Vols outscrapping the Tigers or this awesome Bruce Pearl pep talk, but the Vols are No. 1 -- and students are burning couches to celebrate.
Scam Artist
A man claiming to be Kellen Winslow Sr. has been scamming African- American assistants at smaller schools.
Earning Their Keep?
How much do commissioners of athletic conferences earn? The Birmingham News has the rundown.
The Imperfect Season
SIOC would like to congratulate the New Jersey Institute of Technology for completing the season with an unblemished 0-29 record.
Darren's Big Day

Darren McFadden was the stud of the NFL combine. :: AP
The NFL combine is ending today, and if you haven't heard, Darren McFadden is ridiculously fast (here's video of his 40-yard-dash). And he has a pretty badass ride, too.
Holiday in Champaign
March 17 wasn't a convenient time for Illinois students to celebrate St. Patrick's Day (they are away on spring break), so the campus will celebrate next weekend in what is advertised as "the biggest party in the Big 10."
Pop Culture Nugget
Kelly LeBrock -- the drop-dead gorgeous computer-generated dream girl from Weird Science -- has really let herself go.
Why Play Football?
As the nation anxiously awaits high school football phenom Terrelle Pryor's decision of where he'll attend college, we think he should seriously consider playing college hoops. After all, Pryor posted 39 points, 24 rebounds, 10 blocked shots and 6 assists (including a first half triple-double) in the WPIAL AA Boys' Championship as Pryor's Jeannette squad beat up on Beaver Falls, 82-68.
Today in Hot Clicks
Wives of athletes who caused embarrassment ... Worst of the worst in sports movies ... Nintendo site ... NFLer says women should have "low mileage."
Odds and Ends
Mark Cuban doesn't love the NCAA ... Eight Alabama players have been arrested since Nick Saban arrived in Tuscaloosa 14 months ago ... Indiana University has now paid more than $4 million since 2000 to buy out coaches and administrators ... Digger Phelps looks pretty good in a Notre Dame uniform.
Videos of the Day
Let's Get It On

Tennessee hoopster Jordan Howell channels Marvin Gaye.


Know Your School's Fight Song

Michigan State students show off their vocal talents.


Honoring the General

Ryan Parker -- the most talented singer/songwriter of our generation -- pays tribute to Bobby Knight.


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