Thursday's P.M. Hot Clicks feature the lovely Tori Praver and the top sports controversies of 2016
Top Sports Controversies of 2016
I'm not going to lie. It's 1 p.m. on one of the last week few days of the year and there's not much to write about. I did enjoy this look back at all the sports controversies of 2016 (see gallery below). The Laremy Tunsil gas mask bong remains my favorite. The MMQB had a really good piece about the whole incident.
Grandma's Night Out
Enjoyed this story about 80-year-old Texas A&M fan Nina Burgess, who attended her first game Wednesday night (and got the VIP treatment) after her family surprised her on Christmas. It may not be a hot take but I call it the best moment in AdvoCare Texas Bowl history.
LeBron Loses Bet, Eats Raw Garlic
Tori Praver: P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
Being in Hawaii with Tori Praver seems like a fun way to spend the weekend. Or you can look at these photos instead (click for full-size gallery).
Tale of the Pants-less Plane Passenger
This seems like the plot of a Curb Your Enthusiasm episode, only there was no Larry David to yell at the pants-less guy.
Dogs in Costumes
Odds & Ends
In case you haven't heard, Serena Williams is engaged to a co-founder of Reddit ...Witchcraft has officially been banned from African soccer matches ... The sports year in Crying Jordans ... Miesha Tate is questioning Ronda Rousey's heart heading into Friday's UFC 207 fight ... The 25 best TV shows of 2016, ranked ... Get ready for a bunch of new "breastaurants" over the next five years ... The five biggest corporate scandals of 2016 ... Tomorrow is Amazon Digital Day so plan accordingly ... The most anticipated films of 2017.
That's What You Deserve
Tori Praver in Hawaii
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