As we told you in today's A.M. Hot Clicks, Johnny Manziel had a rough weekend on many fronts. Obviously, this was not the first time the Texas A&M quarterback has been involved in controversy (some legit and some contrived). Since he's become the media's go-to guy for wacky stories and questionable behavior, SportsPickle.com is here to help. The site has made Johnny Football this official apology template.
In need of a good PR jolt after the Ryan Braun suspension, the Brewers have come through in a big way. During the month of August, fans at every home game will get a free $10 voucher for free concessions, merchandise and game tickets at Miller Park
In addition to the terrible rookie haircuts and superstars falling asleep in team meetings, the other NFL training camp tradition is making first-year players carry pads. The Broncos really did a number on rookie safety Ross Rasner today.
Not only is model and star of the "Blurred Lines" video Emily Ratajkowski today's LLOD, she's also the guest on the latest Hot Clicks Podcast. Ratajkowski, who was first featured in Hot Clicks in 2011, and is the current spokesperson for AXE Black Chill, talked about the video's popularity, how she got offered the role, whether the nudity in the video gave her any apprehension, and the controversy surrounding it. We also discussed her appearance at Comic-Con last week, her hopes to be part of the SI Swimsuit Issue and more. You can listen to the podcast below or download it to iTunes or your mp3 player.
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Sports fans are not exactly fond of Justin Bieber thanks to this, and this. So I'd imagine the reaction to the the Maple Leafs giving the Biebs a stick signed by every member of the team will not be good.
At Saturday's Nationals game, a"Lincoln" came flying out of the stands to tackle "Roosevelt." And now YouTubers have a job to do.
And speaking of Jim Ross, someone should also make a video of his call of a People's Elbow dubbed over the Arena Football League touchdown celebration from today's A.M. Hot Clicks.
Here's a compilation of July's best.
This seems like a bad omen.