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May Memories
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With the calendar turning to June, we put May to bed by looking back at the best fan signs of the month, and the funniest photos of the month.
Looks ARE Everything
When it comes to hiring assistant coaches, Vanderbilt coach James Franklin has an interesting philosophy. His words: "I will not hire an assistant until I see his wife. If she looks the part and she's a D1 recruit, then you got a chance to get hired."
More Umpire Nonsense
Here's one of the more bizarre stories you'll hear about a player-umpire fight. After arguing about balls and strike calls earlier in the game, Laz Diaz refused to let Yankees catcher Russell Martin throw the ball back to his pitcher.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Summer Altice :: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
I saw the above picture of Playmate Summer Altice at last night's premiere for Piranha 3DD (which is out Friday and has quite the cast) and had to make her today's LLOD.
Remake Of The Day
Check out this male-female duo who remade Gotye's Somebody I Used To Know into an ode about a Colts fan and a Broncos fan dealing with the departures of Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow, respectively. (Thanks to by Parker Duffie, of Austin, Texas, for the video.)
Truck Crashing Into Bar Video Of The Day
This happened in Minnesota on Wednesday afternoon. (Thanks to Matt DePoint, of Minneapolis, and Mitch Clingman, for the video.)

Local News Video Of The Day
I swear, I had to watch this three times to make sure it wasn't something from Saturday Night Live or The Onion. The story itself is absurd enough: Two guys got in an argument about who makes the better Kool Aid -- and gun shots were fired. However, more mind-boggling than that is the actual report, from the bizarre video package to the exasperated reporter who has lost all faith in society. (Thanks to Joel Harris, of Ann Arbor, Mich., for the link.)

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