By Andy Gray
April 14, 2014

Next Stop: Waffle House

Bubba Watson Bubba Watson::Simon Bruty/SI

Bubba Watson outdueled  20-year-old Jordan Spieth down the stretch at Augusta to claim his second Masters title in three years. He was greeted by his two-year-old son on the 18th green  in the "awwwww" moment of the weekend. After Watson's victory, NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace found himself swamped with congratulations and had to clarify that it was a different Bubba. Don't feel too bad for Spieth. He found consolation in the arms of girlfriend Annie Verret, a Texas Tech student who (according to is on the Dean's List. Students at the University of Georgia, Watson's alma mater, celebrated by ringing the Chapel Bell, while Watson himself enjoyed a victory meal at Waffle House.

This is Awkward
Johnathan Cyprien attended the 16th Annual Guns N' Hoses Charity over the weekend and posted an Instagram photo of himself and George W. Bush. Unfortunately, it wasn't Bush in the photo but rather a guy who kind of looks like the former president. He should meet the Houston woman who tweeted out this photo of herself and (not) Arian Foster.
This is Also Awkward
Yasiel Puig and Hyun-Jin Ryu got into a tickle fight
Lovely Lady Of The Day

Mad Men is back and Guyism is celebrating with 17 bouncy Christina Hendricks GIFs that will leave you speechless. Hendricks also appears on the cover of the April issue of Rhapsody and the May issue of Health.

Sunday at the Ballpark
Orioles ballgirl made a great play Giancarlo Stanton hit another moonshot The Rays threw out two runners at home plate Jimmy Rollins smacked a home run Brandon Phillips spoiled Game of Thrones MLB 14: The Show John Farrell became the first manager to be thrown out or you may become the punchline of many Twitter jokes
Ohio State > Michigan
This distinction was not lost on OSU quarterback Braxton Miller, who trolled UM fans with this tweet on Sunday.
From the SI Vault

Bruins and Red Wings ::  Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images Bruins and Red Wings :: Bruce Bennett Studios/Getty Images
Gordie Howe gets off a shot during a 1965 game between the Bruins and Red Wings at the Boston Garden.  The teams will meet in the playoffs this season for the first time since 1957, with Boston the heavy favorite to win. SI's Allan Muir looks at that matchup and other Eastern Conference storylines. For more classic sports photos, visit the SI Vault on Twitter.
Odds and Ends
Johnny Lester, who plays for the Georgia Fire of the Professional Indoor Football League, made pretty much the greatest catch ever ... The Brewers picked up the check of two Milwaukee firefighters during a trip to Boston ... Teemu Selanne took a final skate in front of the Anaheim fans after 15 years with the Ducks ... Congrats to Union College (a school I briefly attended in the mid '90s) on winning its first national championship in men's hockey ... KFC is selling fried chicken corsages for prom season ... This is what a $100 grilled cheese sandwich looks like ... I'm excited for the new 24, dammit! ...  A man was denied a divorce because he couldn't spell his wife's name correctly ... This man is building the world's biggest RV to take his four-year-old daughter camping.
One Shining Moment: N.Y. Knicks Edition
One Shining Moment HT Deadspin
Bad First Pitch of the Day
Jim Thome failed to impress at the opening of the Charlotte Knights new stadium.
The Nick Batum Videobomb

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