Tuesday's A.M. Hot Clicks
Saturday Night Live did a painfully unfunny sketch about Ray Lewis over the weekend. Of course, Lewis found it hysterical (which makes sense since the sketch somehow didn't include a reference to that whole homicide case thing) and even cried. Again. Lewis was also busy yesterday forgiving Wes Welker's wife, Anna, for ripping him on Facebook last week, saying, "I’ve always been a firm believer of the Good Book, and the Good Book always confirms, even a fool is counted wise until he opens he or she mouth." I'm sure that line changed Anna's opinion of Ray.
Ohio State President Gordon Gee took to Twitter last night to tell his followers that he was with the very excited Buckeyes faithful in their home arena for a game against Wisconsin. The only problem is that the Ohio State-Wisconsin game is tonight.
Eagles running back LeSean McCoy has apologized for his Twitter tirade against the mother of his child the other day. He also might be the first athlete to admit to lying about the old "hacked" excuse.
U.K. model Rosie Jones is out with a new photoshoot, so that automatically gets her LLOD honors.
Kristin Cavallari said she will try to make sure her son doesn't follow in Jay Cutler's footsteps when it comes to playing football. ... Jamie-Lynn Sigler got engaged Monday to Lenny Dykstra's son, Cutter, who is a second baseman in the Nationals organization. ... Apparently, Dwyane Wade's girlfriend, Gabrielle Union, stole the show when the Heat visited the White House Monday.
Here's the key to your Super Bowl party.
Connor Paterson, of Toronto, e-mailed yesterday to say, "Hey, Jimmy, I'm currently a student at McGill University in Montreal. This afternoon, a construction mishap resulted in a broken water reservoir and massive flooding throughout downtown Montreal. Here's a video of a student trying and failing to cross one of the roads on McGill campus."