Wrapping up the ESPYS: Hot Clicks
Brittny Gastineau :: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
The ESPY's finally aired last night. Did anyone watch? We caught a few minutes. Justin Timberlake was solid. Erin Andrews looked damn good. That's not shocking, but what is shocking is that we couldn't find any pics or video of her in the blogosphere. (UPDATE: 2:40 p.m.: Keith, of Jacksonville, Fla., sends us this short clip of Andrews.) The highlight of the show, though, was Greg Oden joining Timberlake on piano and singing. Oden blogged about his experience here. He also did this must-see interview before the show. Other ESPY items of interest: a red carpet gallery (featuring Brittny Gastineau, above), behind-the-scenes news and notes and 10 categories that would spice up the show.
BushLeague.tv ranks the greatest upsets since the Miracle on Ice. You'll never guess No. 1, although it makes plenty of sense when you think about it.
The Deuce of Davenport has a full report on the Madison Mallards, a Northwoods League baseball team, which recently held Beetle Eating Night.
From the Ducks to the Alouettes, the BleacherReport.com unveils The 10 Wimpiest Team Names in Sports.
Richard Deitsch has been blogging for SI.com for the past week and he's stepping up his game today. The man who covers all things media for SI.com is blogging for 24 straight hours today. One of the entries already filed is a guest post from Luke Russert, son of the late Tim Russert. Once you get done checking on Deitsch to see if he's had a nervous breakdown, you can see what a deranged, Derek Jeter psycho fan looks like.
Ohio State, Indiana cheerleaders :: John Biever/SI, Amir Gamzu/Icon SMI
Not your average Big Ten preview ... Tennessee's new football uniforms ... Lessons on packing for school ... Hazards of beer pong ... Video: Wrestler uses prosthetic leg.
A tune about golf without Tiger.
Jimmy Kimmel's unnecessary censorship -- Sesame Street edition.