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ESPN "talent" (you'll get that line if you listen to the podcast) Scott Van Pelt joined me on the latest edition of the Hot Clicks Podcast. If you are interested in all thing sports media, (which includes talk about how media people love to complain, the difficulties of doing a radio show, getting pranked by a Howard Stern fan, and more) we cover that during the first half of the show. If you want to hear us analyze some of the more absurd prop bets offered and discuss the Super Bowl, fast forward to the 30-minute mark. You can listen to the podcast below or download it here. For those of you who don't use iTunes, you can get the mp3 version of the podcast here by right clicking and saving the file.
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Super Bowl LinksThe New York Post put an e-mail on its cover that Gisele Bundchen sent to friends and family asking them to pray for Tom Brady. And then called this big story an exclusive. ... According to this poll, 80 percent of married women would rather have sex than watch the Super Bowl. ... R. Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly" gets remade into "I Believe in Eli." ... Here's Rob Gronkowski making light of his ankle injury today with reporters.
The Way To A Man's Heart Is Through His StomachThe above headline applies to man's heart -- and in the case of four-star linebacker prospect Cassanova McKinzy -- it applies to his choice of college. McKinzy said yesterday that one of the reason's he choose Auburn over Clemson was because Auburn's campus has a Chick-fil-A.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Ciara :: Jason Merritt/Getty ImagesForgive my tardiness, but I wasn't here yesterday to mention that singer/TV host Ciara was interviewing people at Media Day on Tuesday. (I had told you about Televisa Deportes reporter Marisol Gonzalez in Tuesday's P.M. Hot Clicks.) Ciara's beauty needs to be recognized.
The Perils Of SpeakerphoneRedskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh was interviewed by a Washington radio station yesterday. The topic was how colleges use women and sex to recruit prospects. McIntosh was discussing his own experiences in this area while on speakerphone, so listeners were treated to his wife getting ticked off about the subject in the background.
S--- People Say Video Of The DayYes, these "S--- People Say" videos are played out. But this Super Bowl version is funny and timely.
Fast Food Ordering Video Of The DayThis dude uses his singing skills to order his food at Sonic. (Thanks to Chance Walker, of H-Town, Texas, for the video.)
Kate Upton Video Of The DayGet ready for a heavy dose of Kate Upton. She's going to appear in a commercial for Carls Jr., out in late Februarary (get details and screengrab here), she'll be in Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue, which comes out Feb. 14 (see a teaser pic here), and her new video for Beach Bunny Swimwear was just released this week.