Thursday's P.M. Hot Clicks

Thursday October 10th, 2013

Quote Of The Century

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What would Sharks center Joe Thornton do if he scored four goals in a game? Something very, very dirty.

Walter White Would Be Proud

While calling a match between Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki on Oct. 4, play-by-play announcer Kevin Skinner worked in as many Breaking Bad references as he could.

Well, It IS Sin City

Team name controversies are hot right now, so people should like this development. A new professional soccer team in Las Vegas has been named the "mobsters."

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Ellie Gonsalves :: Ryan Astamendi Ellie Gonsalves :: Ryan Astamendi Photography

Miles, of Chicago, says, "LLOD should be Ellie Gonsalves." I agree.

Lame PR Stunt

Offering to donate $100,000 to a charity if the Jaguars beat the Broncos Sunday seems a bit insincere, no?

Sports Video Of The Day

This is how every umpire should call strike three.

Heartwarming Video Of The Day

A son surprised his dad with tickets to his first NFL game after being a fan for 40 years. The tears came quickly.

A Little News

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If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I have decided to leave for A few things you need to know: 1) Hot Clicks will continue on with Andy Gray, aka @SI_Vault, taking over. 2) I'll be writing Hot Clicks through next week, so you're stuck with me a little longer. 3) We'll do some reminiscing next week and I will say a proper goodbye and thank everyone who needs to be thanked, starting first and foremost with you guys. Your loyalty over the past 6 1/2 years has been overwhelming and I will never be able to explain how much I appreciate it. 4) Despite what these people on Twitter think, Erin Andrews was NOT a factor in my decision.

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