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Appalachian State quarterback Aramanti Edwards is lucky this one wasn't more serious.
A demo tape of Barry Zito doing some singing has been unearthed and, well, I'm tone deaf, so I can't really make a judgement. You can form your own opinion.
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Complex.com isn't counting down the greatest moments in sports or the most memorable moments in sports. It's counting down the 50 most badass moments in sports history.
Style Points points out that since the government's Cash For Clunkers program has been a big success, the NBA is considering its own version.
Last week, Hot Clicks told you UCLA's famous undie run was no more. Here's a tribute to the event. ... Jaguars cheerleader Kelli, a Hot Clicks favorite, has her own Topps football card. (Thanks to David, of Vernon Hills, Ill., for the link.) ... SportsTsar.com has interesting statistical analysis of the Madden cover jinx.
What can possibly be said about writer-director John Hughes, who died yesterday? Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Vacation, Sixteen Candles, Home Alone, Uncle Buck, Planes, Trains & Automobiles and on and on and on. Just an unbelievable run. EW.com looks at Hughes' 20 key films. Here are the best quotes from his movies. And here is Sixten Candles in four minutes and 38 seconds and Breakfast Club in four mintues and 15 seconds. (Warning: Links contain strong language.)
The dangers of playing with a laser pointer. (Thanks to Ian, of San Francisco, for the link.)