Hot Clicks: Hillary Fisher, strangest college courses
Hillary Fisher :: Courtesy of ModelMayhem.com
Since the next few weeks are all about the NCAA tournament, Hot Clicks figured this is the perfect time to look at what's going on these days at colleges throughout the country. Judging by this great OnlineCollege.net piece titled The 15 Strangest College Courses In America, a lot of fun is going on. Especially if you're taking classes such as "The Art of Walking," "Joy of Garbage," "Arguing with Judge Judy: Popular 'Logic' on TV Judge Shows" (my favorite), and "Learning From YouTube." I wasn't fortunate enough to take this course, but I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess that one lesson you can learn in that YouTube class is that if you're an up-and-coming model like Hillary Fisher, putting videos like this one on YouTube is a good career move. (Thanks to Ed Bocknick, for the Fisher tip.)
The Friday Night Lights hottie has signed a deal to be the lead actress in a new CW show. However, this report says that she may still appear on the best show on television if it gets renewed. As long as she can still be on FNL, then this news is OK. Two Minka shows is better than one Minka show.
Awful Announcing pays tribute to Doug Towey, the man responsible for CBS using One Shining Moment at the end of the tournament, who passed away yesterday.
Via People.com: "Tom is a good guy. He has a very pure heart. He's very naive, almost like a child." Oh, and she wants to have a lot of babies with him.
Root-Suit :: Courtesy RootSuit.com
You may have seen fans wearing these interesting outfits at college games this season. Some have even been featured in a couple of SI.com's College Superfans gallery. (Here and here. Reader King England, of Chicago, has noticed this trend and passed along the Web site where you can buy this customizable (is that word?) get up called, "The Root Suit."
Stop whatever you are doing and click this.
Forget all those new, fancy baseball stats, such as VORP. Food Court Lunch has the scoop on newer and way more interesting statistical categories that are sweeping the big leagues.
A Yale student is suing US Airways for $1 million. Why? Because the airline lost his Xbox.
Will this 4 year old become the NBA's next great jump shooter?
Justin Paluch, of Storrs, Conn., sends in this clip and simply says "It's that time of the year for Gus Johnson."