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Hot Clicks: NFL Week 5 roundup; Al Alburquerque kisses ball; Mila Kunis

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No matter how long you've watched baseball, you still see things you've never seen before. Case in point, in yesterday's A's-Tigers game, Oakland outfielder Yoenis Cespedes hit a comebacker to Detroit pitcher Al Alburquerque, who kissed the baseball before throwing it to first to retire Cespedes. Alburquerque's actions did not sit well with A's players.

With The Kiss!

Al Alburquerque :: AP

Each highly touted rookie quarterback took a nasty hit. Redskins QB Robert Griffin III was knocked out of the game against Atlanta after this hit, while Andrew Luck took this vicious hit from Packers linebacker Nick Perry. ... Chargers quarterback Philip Riverslashed out at coach Norv Turner to punt instead of attempting a 55-yard field goal last night (which was missed). ... Panthers running back DeAngelo Williamslashed out at fantasy football owners who are dumb enough to send him nasty tweets. ... Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Winstonlashed out at fans who cheered when quarterback Matt Cassel got injured. ... Chargers defensive back Atari Bigbysaid he was from "University of Jah Rastafari" last night. ... It's not a good sign for Cam Newton when his passes start looking likeTim Tebow's.

NFL Roundup

This N.C. State fan won the weekend after the Wolfpack upset Florida State. ... This referee refused to get high fived by Illinois QB Nathan Scheelhaase. ... The Virginia Tech-North Carolina game was delayed because there were scissors on the field.

College Football Roundup

Esquire just named Mila Kunis the Sexiest Woman Alive. Gee, after seeing these pictures, I wonder why?

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Mila Kunis :: Esquire

The ridiculous infield fly rule call (which could lead to a great marketing opportunity for St. Louis) in the Cardinals-Braves game feels like a hundred years ago at this point, but we couldn't pass up the chance to highlight some Twitter stupidity. Right after the controversial ruling, MLB deleted a line from its official Twitter bio. The line? "We don't understand the infield fly rule, either."

There Is Nothing More Useless Than Deleting

Jazz rookie Enes Kanter, who was recently looking for blondes and brunettes, showed off some really interesting dance moves during a scrimmage over the weekend. (Thanks to Adam, of Layton, Utah, for the video.)

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Saturday's Georgia-South Carolina game was the site for this powerful reunion.

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