Friday's A.M. Hot Clicks feature the lovely Alli Martinez and college football's holder of the year

By Andy Gray
December 09, 2016

Holder of the Year

He had better end up in the NFL.

Sports Illustrated Gift Guides from the 1950s

Life was a lot different in 1958. Dwight D. Eisenhower was president. The Celtics were NBA royalty. And women had their own dumbbells—called Glamourbells—for when they wanted to get in shape. All for the low price of $8.95. 

12 Most Expensive Sports Tickets of 2016

Would you pay $4,417 for a Super Bowl ticket?

Alli Martinez: Lovely Lady of the Day

Alli Martinez seems like a good way to get your Friday going. She is today's LLOD (click for full-size gallery). 

Surprised It Took This Long

One NFL fan is so confident, he got a Super Bowl champions tattoo. Can you guess which team?

Did You Know?

Steve Mariucci's son is a country singer. He just released a new song called I'm an American.

Mick Jagger, Dad Again

Mick Jagger, 73, just had another baby. Here's a look at all eight of his children.

Cereal in the 1970s

That Time When Charles Barkley Met John Glenn

Odds & Ends

The Chiefs beat the Raiders on Thursday Night Football and everyone is making fun of Andy Reid ...  Is Carmelo Anthony’s taking subtle shots at Phil Jackson on Instagram ... Cheerleading is now an Olympic sport ... Tony Allen and his family have matching pajamas ...  Five disgusting types of candy canes ... Bet you've never seen Michael Jackson in peanut form ... Bruno Mars wore high heels at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show ... The top 10 things that broke the Internet in 2016.

Sneaker Madness 

Don't Get On Carey Price's Bad Side

Awkward!!!!

Who Covered It Best: The Weight

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