Return Of The Dark Knight: Campus Clicks

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Recent Campus Clicks 10-16-08: Olympic Glory And Gossip 10-15-08: Adult Swim 10-14-08: The Beauty Of Rivalries 10-13-08: Love And Football 10-10-08: The Red River's Changing Course 10-09-08: Kansas Fans Bring Out Their Inner Waterboy 10-08-08: The Google Breathalyzer 10-07-08: The Stanford-Wisconsin Battle of the Bands 10-06-08: What's The Nebraska/Missouri Bell? 10-03-08: The Whiniest College Coaches 10-02-08: Help Tim Tebow Keep The Faith 10-01-08: Resisting the (Football) Urge 9-30-08: Football Terms for Dummies 9-29-08: Georgia Fans Need Ice Cream 9-26-08: Ranking the Ivies (on hot alums) 9-25-08: Phil Fulmer's Gmail Account 9-24-08: Northwestern has a Gossip Girl 9-23-08: Join Flea at USC 9-22-08: What did MSU do to you, Charlie? 9-19-08: Defending the Dawgs

Return Of The Dark Knight

Bob Knight and his temper may come back to scare us. :: AP : Darren Carroll : Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Bob Knight told an Indianapolis television station that he's mulling a return to coaching/player-strangling/chair-throwing. His reasons for coming back were hard to make out as there were too many bleeped words. Though, when asked about cheating in general in the college game, Knight, a man recognized for running clean programs, said cheaters should be shot for they "are too dumb to be alive." Yep, the charmer's ready for a comeback. Hide the chairs. Save the policemen. Lock away the shotguns.

Early 4/20

Here's one way to get a party started that we're really high on: giving away free Marijuana pipes. Pro-pot groupies at the University of Colorado gave away the pipes to attract more members to the National Organization of the Reform of Marijuana Laws. The plan worked, as 300 signed up and seven got the free pipes. The real story though: CNN news anchor Mike Galanos' little intro to the story. I believe he said "blow a gasket." How timely, Mike.

Tried, Tested, Trusted

If twisted enough, it seems only logical that to gain one's trust you have to betray that person. I mean, how do you know if they truly trust you unless that trust is tested, perhaps deceived? Whatever, The Michigan Daily understands my ridiculous logic. Note to self: Don't leave belongings around Michigan Daily reporters.

The Sportswriter

Cheerleaders are easier on the eyes than an aging sportswriter, so here you go. :: Darryl Dennis/IconSMI

Print media may be dying, but one newspaper reporter has found a way to add a little spice to his job. As The Wiz Of Odds noticed, Scott Wolf of the Los Angeles Daily News has, once again, found a cozy little spot next to some cheerleaders. Man gets around.

In Need Of A College Bailout Plan?

It seems Clemson fans are. Given the Tigers horrendous season thus far, those who've wagered on the team have taken some hard hits financially. Thanks to, here are a list of other teams that will rip you off.

Rigors Of College Life

There's so much more to college than just classes. Take Coastal Carolina University, for example, a dynamic liberal arts institution just minutes from South Carolina's Myrtle Beach. While the university offers rigorous degree programs, like golf management, students enjoy the beach parties culture, the school's golf courses surroundings and its hot student body extracurricular offerings.

More BCS Ballyhoo

Lee Corso, USC, conspiracy theorists and Jamie Lee Curtis -- all wrapped up in one, nice little story.


Kids, it's time to open your hearts and sharpen your pencils, because the SIOC Mailbag is back. So send in your questions on college sports and college life and we'll pen insightful, moving and witty responses to help you see the light.

Pop Culture Nugget

Andy Roddick auctioned off one heck of tennis lesson at Elton John's AIDS benefit in Atlanta. One lucky female (hint No. 1) bidder dropped $15,000 (hint No. 2) for the lesson, but I think it's clear that she got a raw (hint No. 3) deal. Brooklyn Deckerhas yet to comment on the situation.

Today In Hot Clicks

Kristin Cavallari :: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

Top 10 Girlfriend Upgrades of Pro Athletes ... How many Sox fans tuned out? ... Soccer team giving free beer ... Snuggiemania ... Video: Dodger fan mishap ... Disturbing ad.

Odds and Ends

Michael Beasley helped K-State's assistant coach get PAAAAAAAAAAAAAID ... The hot and not-so-hot BCS cheerleaders ... You don't have to actually attend Northwestern to vote for its Homecoming Royalty ... The bride of every man's dreams.

Tyrell "Shuteye" Sutton

Pink locker rooms, burritos and sleep -- just a few of this Tyrell's favorite things.

Prank Gone Painfully Wrong

He may walk it off, but we all know he's dying inside.

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