By Jimmy Traina
It's Miller Time!
Marisa Miller :: Raphael Mazzucco/SI

Marisa Miller has pulled off back-to-back coups. First she landed on the cover of the SI Swimsuit Issue. And now she's nabbed the top spot in Maxim's Hot 100. (She also brightened up Wrigley Field a couple of weeks ago.) Other women with ties to sports on the list: Danica Patrick, Stacy Keibler, Minka Kelly and Jessica Simpson.

A Penny For Fogg's Thoughts

Amusing story -- and must-see pic -- over at Deadspin: Ken Griffey Jr., owed teammate Josh Fogg $1,500. So Griffey paid Fogg in pennies -- 150,000 pennies. Speaking of people who owe money...

Good Luck, Chuck

The folks at Flatusyahu.com are very concerned about Charles Barkley being banned from playing blackjack at the Wynn Hotel, so they're trying to raise the $400,000 Sir Charles owes the casino.

The Ultimate Wilt Chamberlain Quiz
Wilt Chamberlain :: John Iacono/SI

Have you ever wondered if your mom was one of Wilt Chamberlain's 20,000 conquests? Of course you have. And now you're in luck. The World of Isaac has put together a simple quiz to determine the odds that your mom and Wilt got busy. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)

Out On A Limb

A Pittsburgh Penguins fan has made the best of having a prosthetic leg. He's turned it into a Pittsburgh Penguins logo, complete with the captain's "C" on the back.

Mountain Man Marbury

Stephon Marbury recently told a reporter that he's preparing for the upcoming season by "running in the mountains." Tirico Suave has put together a video of what this might look like. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)

Fans Being Fanatics

You've heard of fans rioting in the streets after their team wins a championship. Well, in Glasgow, Scotland, fans rioted in the streets because a giant television screen that was showing a key soccer game went out during the action. The best part about this story is that it reminded us of one of our all-time favorite Hot Clicks videos. (UPDATE, 11:47 a.m.: Mike, of Mokena, Ill., e-mailed us the following: "The rioting was actually in Manchester England where the UEFA Cup final was taking place. The fans came down from Glasgow for the match.")

The Real Story About The Tape

The only article about Spygate worth reading comes from The SportsPickle.

Random Links

Busted Coverage provides a photo essay of what to expect at the Preakness on Saturday. ... With Leather has your first look at Madden 09. ... The fan who Manny Ramirez tried to high five after making a great catch is interviewed by a blog. ... Vince Young = party animal.

The Question Of The Day

Between co-workers, friends and family members, we can't escape people talking about The Office. The show, like Gossip Girl, is all buzz and so-so ratings. But that buzz is strong. So strong, in fact, that Why Don't We Get Drunk And Blog is asking if The Office is funnier than Seinfeld? (Warning: Link contains strong language.)

Today In Campus Clicks
Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Drea de Matteo :: Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images

Sopranos at Fordham ... Graduate takes over Yankee Stadium ... Purdue player busted for stealing prophylactics ... More on Rich Rodriguez deposition ... Fist-bumping rules ... Video: Unnecessary censorship featuring Bruce Pearl.

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Sports Video Of The Day

Yesterday, we featured a Baltimore Orioles music video. Today, it's the Minnesota Twins pitching staff, with Joe Nathan providing a big finish. (Thanks to Brian Olson, of Rochester, Minn., for sending us the link.)

Bill O'Reilly Video Of The Day

The week started with the Fox News host going off. It ends with this gem titled, "Bill O'Reilly's Producer (Unseen Footage)." (Thanks to Sean Powell, of Toronto, for sending us the link.) And as a bonus, here's the remix of the original O'Reilly video. (Warning: Plenty of F bombs in all these videos.)

Kiss Video Of The Day

Via On205th.com, an unbelievable, must-see performance from the band.

Commuter Video Of The Day

Yesterday's video of the commuter's in Japan seemed to be a big hit, so here's one where Japanese folks form a wave pool. (Thanks to Bud, of Baltimore, and Tim, of Michigan City, Ind., for sending us the link.)

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