Monday's P.M. Hot Clicks
It appears that the game may be back on for super-couple Justin Verlander and Kate Upton, who attended the Flyers-Lightning game together this weekend. It's Always Sunny In Detroit has more on the pair's appearance, complete with stalker-y cell phone shots (like the one we've posted above). Meanwhile, Fightin' For Philly has an entertaining round-up of Twitter reports from the stands.
Move over Tough Mudder, Spartan Run, and every other trendy athletic event: Behold the X-Rated Run, an "adult-themed obstacle course race for all people over 18 of all fitness abilities!” Your move, slightly-out-of-shape dudes.
One of the highlights of the college football season was the emergence of dynamic FSU assistant equipment manager "Red Lightning." Born Frankie Grizzle-Malgrat (awesome in is own right), he recently appeared on The Herd, where he delivered some absolute gems.
Jennifer Lawrence got top honors this morning but there was plenty more loveliness at the Golden Globes last night. Above, check out Margot Robbie (who is also an amateur hockey player), Kate Mara, and Kate Beckinsale. Moe Jackson has more of all three. ... Also see a sizzling new Audrina Patridge spread (I'm sorry this sounds like a chain restaurant ad) ... CBS reporter Allie LaForce is turning some heads.
Struggling with a bout of Dwight Howard-like image-itis after a rough sophomore season, Robert Griffin III took to Facebook to respond to criticisms about his sleeve, and address the pressure of playing QB in the NFL. Statements beginning with "I usually don’t do this" are usually bad ideas.
In a soap opera only MLB and Alex Rodriguez could write, Biogenesis founder Anthony Bosch appeared on 60 Minutes and revealed, among other things, that he himself shot up A-Rod with a cocktail of PEDs because the slugger is “scared of needles.”
I've had my fill of A-Rod for 2014, but I remain interested in one aspect: Though suspended for the season, A-Rod plans to show up for spring training regardless! Plus he might end up with the independent Long Island Ducks, who would like his services. Obligatory: The Post cover.
The other day we learned from the Wall Street Journal that Bill Belichick appears morose at press conferences. Today, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette identifies another coaching trend: Mike Tomlin has used the word "obviously" an absurd amount. (H/T Deadspin).
Someone made an ill-advised Charlie Strong shirt ... Andrew Luck shaved his Amish beard ... E!'s idiotic "fun fact" about Michael J. Fox's Parkinson's disease gets properly parodied ... A dedicated Jordan Brand store is coming to New York City ... A recovering Anderson Silva is now addicted to Call of Duty ... All of the NBA's Sunday buzzer-beaters in a single GIF ... Jerry Stackhouse has a tiny dog, keeps it in a purse ... 19-year-old gets high on "meow meow," stabs mother, cuts off own penis ... 'Cuse may be getting a new stadium.
On this day 15 years ago, in 1999, MJ hung up his sneakers for the second time. And then he became a Wizard.
Some dude fell through the ceiling of a golf pro club, and nobody so much as flinched. NOTHING fazes these guys. Retirement must be swell.