Gisele Bundchen :: Kristian Dowling /Getty Images
New York Post gossip columnist Liz Smith speculates that the Pats QB has already popped the question to the supermodel. Smith's moles report that Brady bought the big rock at Tiffany's. In more important Bundchen news, it looks like Brady's babe is set to star in Austin Powers 4. (Thanks to David F., of Brooklyn, N.Y., for sending us the link.)
Even though the Masters is over, we still think you'll enjoy GratefulBlue.com's golfers-celebrities look-alike feature. Any list that compares Tiger Woods to Ruthie from The Real World is just fine in our book. (Thanks to Bill Tway, of Katy, Texas, for sending us the link.)
In honor of the Green Jacket being given to Trevor Immelman yesterday, JacksSportsHumor.com is listing all the other jackets it wants to see handed out as sports awards.
AOL Sports has put together one of the most extensive looks at Awesomely Bad MLB Facial Hair that you'll ever see.
Newsday's Neil Best uses the news of Friday Night Lights renewal to look back at the history of sports-themed shows on television.
Leon Spinks :: James Drake/SI
Here's a look at a cover story from Feb. 27, 1978, titled, HE'S THE GREATEST, I'M THE BEST: Ali was his man then and Ali is his man now, but when 24-year-old Leon Spinks attacked, both idol and the heavyweight title came tumbling down. Remember, we'll feature an SI Vault story that you send us each day.
UndraftedFreeAgent.com comes up with video proof that Tim Duncan does not like blue Gatorade.
Tigers pitcher Joel Zumaya takes a page from Matt Leinart's book while he's rehabbing, and enjoys a good party.
Cornell Hockey Team Does 'N Sync ... Barack Obama Visits the Little 500 ... Scenes from the Kansas Victory Parade ... Rutgers Pays Tribute to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ... Video: D--- in a Box: A capella version.
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Mark Cuban gets the Rick Roll treatment.