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Celebs who used to be sorority girls: Campus Clicks

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By Mallory Rubin
When They Were Sisters
Sophia Bush (Kappa Kappa Gamma) and Jennifer Garner (Pi Beta Phi). :: Andrew H. Walker/Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images

Ever wonder how Erin Andrews spent her college days? How about Jennifer Garner, Sophia Bush, Shannon James or any of the other ladies you love? OTR's got these four, plus 11 other celebrities who used to be sorority girls.

Your Schools Sucks

Some publications such as The Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report like to inform America's youth about the best possible places to enrich their lives and expand their minds. Then there's Radar. Why look at the good when you can look at the most degenerate students, superficial student bodies and ugliest campuses instead?

Speaking of School Rankings...

When trying to explain the SEC's football superiority, most people use the same argument: SEC teams are just faster. But Angry T has a different theory: The schools are better because of lower academic standards. Them's fighting words.

Type, Click, Grade
NextRound loves the USC Song Girls. :: Courtesy of Bruce Yeung/Yeung Photography

The folks at NextRound love college football. They also love college cheerleaders and Goggle image searches. Naturally, they decided that in tribute to the 2008 season's commencement, they'd combine all three of these things. But as they know all too well, Goggle images can be pretty hit-or-miss. And so was born the Google Image Challenge: Pac-10 Cheerleader Showdown, in which they searched for cheerleader images from each Pac-10 school and graded the results. USC finished highest with a 10 and Arizona finished lowest with a three (don't be too offended Wildcats fans, it's a photo from the 1980s).

Pimp Your Ride

If you think tailgating is about the booze, the brats or the brotherhood, clearly you don't have the proper vehicle (and by "vehicle" we of course mean "bus, truck or van completely covered in team logos and murals").

And the Greatest Dutch Player Is...

Lately, it's been football-this and football-that around here (and everywhere else). But Storming the Floor hasn't stopped blogging about hoops just because gridiron action is all the rage these days. Today, the state-by-state project stops in the basketball mecca of New York, home to the second most college hoops teams of any state. With this many teams and this much history, the superlative-awarding is sure to spark some debate. So head on over and disagree accordingly.

Facebook: The Movie

Two fun facts about Aaron Sorkin, creator of The West Wing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, The American President and other fine shows and movies: He's a 'Cuse grad and he's currently penning a movie about Facebook. EW suggests you friend Sorkin to assist with his research.

Hello, Mr. Nutt

These college football players and coaches have adult-oriented names, and that's the most euphemistic way to put it.

Pop Culture Nugget

David Duchovny has checked himself into rehab for a sex addiction. You are what you act.

Today In Hot Clicks
Emmanuelle Chriqui :: Getty Images

Phelps will be all over TV, including Entourage ... MORE tailgating products ... Best football citites ... Rookie actresses, NFLers ... Sports movie trend ... Video: Pumped for college football ... Pool dunk.

Odds and Ends

A brutal storm left Arizona State's new stadium in shreds ... We haven't talked about paying college athletes in a while ... Robert Paxton got his ... This blogger thinks almost everything we found interesting in college is worthless.

Fight, Fight, Fight!

Little Colorado fan Mason is clearly ready for kickoff. His screech of "never give in!" is particularly inspiring, so take a leaf out of his book and go practice your own school's fight song.

Let's Come up with a Snapple Fact

"For the thousandth time, these facts aren't about you, Diane!" Good times, but chock-full of strong language, so be warned.

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