Campus Clicks
By Mallory Rubin
Campaigning for LSU
Clearly these LSU fans know how to party. :: AP

We told you yesterday that The Princeton Review released its top party school ranking and that not everyone was happy with the list. Today, Busted Coverage chimes in with one more sacrilegious oversight, LSU, and provides multiple reasons why the school should have been in the top five.

The Grass is Always Greener

While some are busy making the case for why schools X, Y and Z should have made the list, Florida's president has informed the masses being considered the nation's top party school isn't good for his university's image. As long as Mr. Tim "No thanks, Playboy" Tebow is at the school, however, its image will surely remain pristine.

School House Blues

Everyone's focusing on The Princeton Review's top party schools list, but The New York Post couldn't help but notice that eight New York colleges were on the saddest schools list. An NYU spokesman put it best when he said: "sounds like The Princeton Review couldn't distinguish between every New Yorker's God-given right to kvetch and real dissatisfaction."

A Dubious Achievement
Jimmy Johns, pre- and post-arrest. :: AP : AP

There are all sorts of ways to get booted off a college football team, and it seems like players have utilized each and every one lately. So when The College Football Guys tried to put together a team composed of 2008's best suspended or dismissed players, they had plenty to work with. Of course, everyone's favorite coke-dealing linebacker Jimmy Johns (not to be confused with the excellent sandwich shop) made the cut.

Prep for School, Wear Flip Flops

Summer's winding down and fall semester looms on the horizon, but fear not. College Humor is here with seven easy ways to get ready to head back to campus. A preview: start wearing flip flops in the shower and practice reciting your Social Security number while inebriated.

Down for the Count

Ohio State fans, your near-plight last season did not go unnoticed. While the new 40-second play clock has gotten most of the attention this summer, college football has also tweaked its instant-replay system, and the impact will be noticeable.

The Team Named Desire

You've heard of the "Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" in your social psych class, but have you heard of Notre Dame's legendary Four Horsemen? Not only could these guys play ball, they also earned the top spot on Bleacher Report's list of the top 12 college football nicknames of all time.

Party Poopers

Sticking with the party theme (and really, when should one not?) Holy Taco put together a list of the eight types of people who will ruin your party. Beware of that friend who feels compelled to mop up that first spilled beer, the person who knows only you and will shadow you all evening and the person who insists on talking politics while you're trying to take a body-shot off of your attractive neighbor.

Pop Culture Nugget
Today In Hot Clicks
We wish Heather Graham were a cheerleader. :: Scott Wintrow/Getty Images

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Odds and Ends

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The Swear Jar

This Bud commercial is a couple months old, but somehow we hadn't seen it yet. Just in case you haven't seen it either...

Legendary Blob Launch

Good clean fun, or a scarring, near-death experience?

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