Bye, Bye, Bobby
Bobby Cox :: Jamie Squire/Getty Images


I got a few e-mails this morning that got on me for not mentioning the retirement of Braves manager Bobby Cox. I was saving the item for this afternoon because it was lead-worthy thanks to this fan who paid homage to Cox by getting his face tattooed on his leg.
Eight Out Of 10
That's the grade I'd give this heart-stopping goal celebration.
More Monday Night Analysis
A Jets cheerleader breaks down New York's win over the Vikings.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Sarah Mutch :: Maxim
Sarah Mutch is a Canadian fashion model and today's LLOD.
Starting Out Young
This kid hates the Raiders and football. (Thanks to John Gorman, of Buffalo, N.Y., for the link.)
E-Mail Of The Day
John Wetzel, of Phoenix, says, "Jimmy, in light of Brett Favre's recent foray into the world of the tabloids, it now makes sense why he liked that Pants on the Ground song so much. How about publishing the link to the video? We have a whole new perspective watching it now." Here you go.
Sports Video Of The Day
Bradley Taylor, of Wendell, N.C., says, "Jimmy, this clip is from a Saturday night game between Southern Miss and East Carolina. ECU was down 20-0 at the end of the first quarter and came back to win the game. This is the play they took the lead on. The best thing about it is the hit at the 8-second mark, then shown again at the 29-second mark, and 47-second mark. Check it out."

Music Video Of The Day
Every student from the University of Wisconsin has sent me this "Teach Me How To Bucky" video over the past week. Since Hot Clicks seems to be big with the Badgers fans, I have a challenge: ESPN's College GameDay, with the lovely Erin Andrews, will be in Madison this Saturday. I want to see a sign in the audience that mentions Hot Clicks. It's the least you can do since I'm posting this video. Don't let me down.

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