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Hot Clicks, March 9, Lovely Lady of the Day
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NCAA Bans Crop Tops

Ezekiel Elliott :: AP

Ezekiel Elliott :: AP

The stomach-exposing crop top has always been a great look for women but for men ... not so much. Just look at a young fashion-challenged John Elway. The NCAA has taken a stand and banned the crop top in college football, though it's more because it doesn't want exposed back pads. Ohio State back Ezekiel Elliott will be one of the players affected by this new rule, though he still sported the crop top during his performance with the OSU dance team at halftime of Sunday's Buckeyes-Badgers men's basketball game.

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MLB Ballpark Logos

A Imgur user named TwinkieFingers designed ballpark logos for all 30 MLB teams. My favorites are Wrigley Field and Great American Ballpark

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Regarding Your Stupid Complaint

Letters of Note discovered this lost gem from November 1974. An angry Brown fan (who was also a lawyer) sent the team a note to inform it about the disruprive fans throwing paper airplanes in the stadium, a potentially "dangerous" activity that could, he warned, cause "serious eye injury" to innocent fans such as himself. The team's response was priceless.

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Lovely Lady of the Day

Raquel Pomplun and Malory Mackey released the first video on their new show Chocolate Milk, which is a great excuse to feature Raquel as today's LLOD (click here for full-size gallery).

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The Usain Bolt of 95-Year-Old Runners

Dr. Charles Eugster, 95, ran the 200-meter-dash in a record-breaking 55.48 seconds at the British Masters Championship. But that's not all. Eugster (who's only been running for a year) also set a new British record by running the 60-meter-dash in 15.32 seconds. Then after all that excitement, he took a nap.

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Boston Family Builds Four-Room Igloo in Frontyard

This is one way to deal with the worst winter in decades.

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Allen Iverson Greets An Old Friend

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Jim Harbaugh's New Gig

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Alex Cobb Gets a New Dog

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Not Sure I Love These

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Kentucky Not Satisfied With Perfect Regular Season

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What's Better: Stephen Curry's Play or Steve Kerr's Reaction?

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Odds & Ends

Tim Tebowhasn't given up on the NFL quite yet ... Why Americans fell out of love with golf ... ‚ÄčDraymond Green was not pleased with Dahntay Jones' postgame shoulder bump ... Former Jets RB Chris Johnson is in stable condition after being shot in the shoulder Saturday night ... Peter King's MMQB is solid again this week with all the latest NFL free agency news and reactions ... Murray State sophomore Justin Seymour made a long, impassioned case (via Twitter) of why his team should be included in the NCAA Tournament ... Congrats to Lakeville North High in Minnesota on its undefeated hockey season ... A Blackhawks fan attending her first hockey game started bleeding after getting hit in the head by dislodged glass. And like any good hockey fan, she stuck around ... The Ole Miss band filled in for the snowed-in Kentucky band during a women's basketball game against Vanderbilt ... This is what happens when an NFL linebacker and high school principal accidentally switch laptops ... A pair of American tourists were arrested after carving their initials into The Colosseum in Rome ... This is the salary you must earn to afford a home in America.

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Dance Machine

Stephen Putnam of the North Florida band can't stop dancing.

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Minnesota State Hockey Hair Team

This is just excellent. Not sure what else to say.

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Back to the Future in Legos

In honor of the movie's 30th anniversary, London-based LEGO animator Macro Lego Universe recreated the 1985 classic in six minutes.

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We are the World

We are the World turned 30 over the weekend and Rolling Stone has a minute-by-minute breakdown of the video.

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