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Yes, we had Iowa State +13 against Iowa on Saturday. So here's why the Iowa coach is our favorite person in sports right now. And the reason for the Mila Kunis photo is this: We wanted to use a picture of an Iowa alum who's a celebrity, but the most famous one is Ashton Kutcher, and we figured none of you wanted to see him, so we went with his That '70s Show co-star instead. CollegeOTR.com recently broke down the 11 Hottest Big 10 Celebrity Alumni, but Iowa's representative graduated in 1956, so that wasn't going to work here, either.
How well do you know the tunes associated with USC, Penn State, UCLA, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Purdue, Ohio State, Georgia Tech and Navy? Find out here.
No story has gotten as much attention in the sports blogosphere this morning that the Broncos wild win over the Chargers yesterday. But instead of linking to a blogger's take on it, here are the thoughts of San Diego linebacker Shaun Phillips.
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Here's a question we'd love to ask American Idol winner David Cook: Was taking this picture worth having to be at yesterday's Raiders-Chiefs game? Cook and his brother sang the national anthem before Kansas City set back football 100 years.
For some reason, a 1,000-yard season is still a benchmark for running backs. But when you consider that it takes just 62.5 yards a game to get to the 1,000 yard plateau, is the milestone really all that impressive? On205th.com says no. And it's remembering some lesser-known backs who've gained 1,000 yards in a season to prove the case.
The upcoming Knight Rider series has inspired Cracked.com to look at The 5 Most Baffling Spin-Offs in Television History.
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Fallout from UCLA's embarrassment ... What we learned this weekend ... Must-see pics and signs from the weekend ... Beanie Wells looks like Flo Rida ... Video: Oklahoma tailgaiting.
Check out Hot Clicks Facebook group for The 10 Sexiest Football Movie Babes Of All Time.
On Friday, we had an item about athletes getting dropped while being carried off the field on a stretcher. Well, MJ, of "Dirty Jersey," has sent in this classic gem, which is made all the better by Sam Rosen's reaction. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait until the 1:10 mark for the payoff.
Keep your eye on the left side of the screen, right over Anderson Cooper's right shoulder.
The poor guy is taking a beating but he should at least be happy to know there's a YouTube tribute video dedicated to him.
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