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Vikings superstar Adrian Peterson joined the latest edition of the Hot Clicks Podcast to promote the upcoming release of the video game, Assassin's Creed Revelations. The running back talked about his team's game this week against the undefeated Packers, revealed which defensive players hit him the hardest, talked about his "A.D." and "Purple Jesus" nicknames, and much more. Listen to it below or download it here.
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Adrian Peterson :: AP
Whether you're a Democrat, Republican or an independent, you have to chuckle at the fact that President Bill Clinton happened to be in the hotel where the NBA labor negotiations took place yesterday. He offered player repDerek Fisher a copy of his book, appropriately titled Back to Work.
Let's Hope They All Read It
Here is a video that shows what tailgaiting is like before a Bills game. The main reason I'm linking it up is so you can see the creative ways in which these people cook their food. Fast forward to the 1:45 mark, and watch them cook hot dogs on a rake, bacon on a saw, and pizza in a filing cabinet.
Last Friday, Brian, of From Gladstone, Mich., sent this e-mail: "What ever happened to Leeann Tweeden? She's one of the hottest broads ever (IMHO). How about throwing us a bone and making her the LLOD? Maybe the publicity she'd receive from being featured in such a world-renowned place as Hot Clicks would jump start her career and she'd owe it all to you. :-)" Interestingly enough, yesterday afternoon I received an e-mail from Playboy to announce that Tweeden is on the cover of its December issue, on newstands this Friday. But you don't have to wait for Friday to see the cover, but Hot Clicks has it right here, along with two other safe-for-work pictures from the shoot. For the full shoot, you have to check Playboy's website, which I can't link to.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Leeann Tweeden :: Byron Purvis/AdMedia/Newscom
LeBron James recently played in an exhibition game and two noteworthy things came out of it, as shown here: He actually threw an alley-oop pass to himself, and then dissed a fan who wanted a high five.
A clip of a Lingerie Football League player getting de-pantsed sounded interesting enough, but the real amusing part of this is that the analyst calling the action is Sean Salisbury. Yes, this Sean Salisbury.
Perfect Gig For Him
Ray Andrews, of Loudonville, N.Y., says, "Mohamed Sanu from Rutgers had a one-handed catch in the fourth quarter against South Florida. The play came on a 4th-and-9, with Rutgers down 17-10 at the time. If Sanu does not make the catch, Rutgers loses the game. Rutgers went on to score a touchdown to tie it up, and then won the game on a field goal in overtime."
Sports Video Of The Day
What happens when a big group of people wearing blue polo shirts and khaki pants go into a Best Buy?
Prank Video Of The Day
The Ball State baseball team released this video of players doing funky dances. But the main reason I'm posting it happens at the 1:20 mark.
Dancing Video Of The Day