Hot Clicks: Elisha Cuthbert; Virginia Tech player loses finger tip, keeps playing
No Finger, No Problem
Greg Nosal :: Dave Knachel/Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech offensive lineman Greg Nosal lost the tip of his finger during his team's 45-21 win against Central Michigan on Saturday, but it didn't faze 6-foot-6, 293 pounder. The medical staff put the digit on ice and Nosal stayed in the game.
Worst. Tie. Ever.
A few readers have written in today to ask what happened to the guy who needed the Niners (they were +3) to hit a 15-team parlay for $100,000 on his $5 investment. I was under the impression that ties in parlays are not losses and that the guy would just win a little bit less dough. However, that is not the case.
In honor of Canada's Thanksgiving today, we're giving Elisha Cuthbert, from Calgary, Alberta, LLOD honors.
Another Wild Tattoo
This guy got a soccer jersey tattooed on his torso.
SI Vault Photo Of The Day
Brett Favre returns to New York tonight. This is how his return to Green Bay went.
Music Video Of The Day No. 1
The San Francisco Giants postseason theme song is set to the Journey classic, Don't Stop Believin'.
Music Video Of The Day No. 2
No matter how you feel about the Brett Favre-Jenn Sterger-Deadspin story, there is no way you can watch this video and not laugh out loud. Warning: Video contains strong language.
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