January 31, 2011
Big Guys = Big Fun
William "Refrigerator" Perry :: Al Messerschmidt/SI

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The Onion's forte is satire, but how true is this article?
Music Lesson
With Wiz Khalifa's Black and Yellow becoming the theme song for the Pittsburgh Steelers throughout this postseason, Complex.com is looking at the history of team-adopted playoff anthems.
Puck Pursuit
The puck that the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane put in the net to clinch the Stanley Cup has been missing since that game last June. Now the FBI is on the case.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Candice Swanepoel :: Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images
Even though she's been featured in Hot Clicks a couple of times, the e-mail requests for Candice Swanepoel to be the LLOD have been pouring in lately, and with good reason, so she gets today's honors.
Roasting La Russa
Cardinals manager Tony La Russa was roasted at last week's annual St. Louis Baseball Writers' dinner. It wasn't quite as dirty as a Comedy Central roast, but things were definitely a bit raunchy. Billy Bob Thornton also gets in a solid zinger at the beginning.
Giveaway Of The Day
Secretariat :: Steven Lawton/Getty Images
I have three Blu-ray/DVD copies of Secretariat (you can watch a teaser here) to give away. First three people to answer these questions -- which come directly from past editions of Hot Clicks -- get the combo pack.

1. What was the name of the model in Kevin Love's All-Star campaign video?

2. What is BoDog.com's over/under on how long it will it take Christina Aguilera to sing the national anthem at the Super Bowl?

3. According to a Wall Street Journal study, which NFL team was the least exciting this season?

UPDATE, 5:07 p.m.: DVDs are gone. Answers were 1) Sarah Beth; 2) 1 minute and 50 seconds; 3) Carolina Panthers.

Sports Video Of The Day
Screen Junkies have mashed up some of the well-known sports movie pep talks to create the greatest sports pep talk ever. (Warning: Video contains strong language.)

Accident Video Of The Day
WHL linesman Derek Nernberg slips on the ice and goes flying into the goal at a very unfortunate angle. (Thanks to Chris Hodges, of Regina, Canada, for the link.)

Technology Video Of The Day
Today's A.M. Hot Clicks featured a great video from 1994 of Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric asking what the Internet was. Bradley Snyder, of Dallas, follows that up with this video from 1993, in which, at the 1:40 mark, an expert tells us that people on the Internet use restraint and don't engage in a lot of cursing, personal attacks and put-downs.

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