Hot Clicks: Maryeve Dufault; Michael Vick controversial GQ interview

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Eagles quarterback Michael Vick discussed many topics in an interview with GQ magazine. The most eye-opening revelation was Vick's claim that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell steered him away from signing with Buffalo or Cincinnati and encouraged him to sign with Philadelphia. Goodell must have gotten wind of the GQ piece today, because Vick came out and did a 180. So, what do you believe?

Sorry, Not Buying It

Michael Vick :: AP

Georgetown played an exhibition basketball game in Beijing today. Things ended with a wild brawl.

International Incident

Michael Irvin went on a radio show today and said Nevin Shapirowas a rapist for what he did to the University of Miami. I guess Irvin believes every single player in the Yahoo! Sports report is innocent. ... You can have lots of fun with this scandal and the letter "U." ... Here's a flow chart that explains how you should recruit a Hurricane.

Fun With The U

Former Price Is Right "Barker Beauty" Maryeve Dufault is now a race car driver. She'll be competing this weekend in the Nationwide Series Race in Montreal. She's also today's LLOD. (Thanks to Brian, of Crawfordsville, Ind., Roy Nouis, of Little Falls, Minn., and Adam Velasco, of San Francisco, for the tip.)

Lovely Lady Of The Day

Maryeve Dufault :: : Douglas Jones/US PRESSWIRE

You know Batting Stance Guy for his dead-on impersonation of ... batting stances. However, in this video, he branches out into imitating baseball broadcasters.

Dead On

Here'sNovak Djokovic doing his best Maria Sharapova.

Speaking Of Imitations

Sporting Kansas City goalie Jimmy Nielsen was injured last night when a fan threw a bobblehead at him.

Sports Video Of The Day

I've typed many ridiculous sentences in my time writing Hot Clicks, but this one might take the cake. Here's video of a 20-foot slip-n-slide made out of 1,000 packages of Ramen Noodles. (Thanks to Cash Harrison, of Ann Arbor, Mich., for the link.)

Slip-N-Slide Video Of The Day

This is impressive. (Thanks to Eric Glauser, of North Salt Lake, Utah, for the link.)

Bike Stunts Video Of The Day