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Hot Clicks: Olivia Munn; condom company wants to protect quarterbacks

Sacks = Free Condoms
Tavaris Jackson :: AP


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Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson was sacked five times by the 49ers this past Sunday. Hopefully, Jackson likes to look on the bright side of things because he was given a free box of condoms as part of NuVo's "extra protection" program. Yes, the condom company will send a box of prophylactics each week to the quarterback who sets sacked the most.
I'm Sure This Won't Be A Problem
Tom Brady wants Patriots fans to start drinking early and "get lubed up" before the team's game against the Chargers on Sunday.
Make It Stop
In today's A.M. Hot Clicks, I posted an item about the Rams making a video to instruct their fans on how to cheer at games. BYU has done the same thing and their version is much worse based on the butchering of Don't Stop Believin' that starts at the 1:30 mark. (Thanks to Andy of Riverton, Utah, Brandon Walker, of San Diego, and Ben McKee, of Fruit Heights, Utah, for the link.)
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Olivia Munn :: AP
Actress Olivia Munn stars in some chick flick that opens this weekend. More importantly, she's today's LLOD.
Mean Boys
Sports Illustrated asked 215 Major League Baseball players to vote on the meanest player in the game. Here are the results.
Sports Video Of The Day
Today's A.M. Hot Clicks featured video of Winnipeg Blue Bombers quarterback Buck Pierce getting leveled on a sack last weekend. Paul Chintawat, of San Diego, informs us this wasn't the first time Pierce took a massive hit. Here's a clip from early July.

Rescue Video Of The Day
Watch a group of people lift a burning car to rescue a motorcyclist who was stuck underneath it.

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