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The NCAA tournament came to a close Monday, but there is still one last bracket to fill out. Seattle's KJR-AM 950 presents "The Bigger Dance," which will determine the hottest "celebrity babe." Sports stars (Ana Ivanovic, Maria Sharapova, Natalie Gulbis), sports WAGs (Elin Nordegren, Kim Kardashian, Jessica Simpson), past and current SI swimsuit models (Brooklyn Decker, Marisa Miller, Miranda Kerr) and many others fill out the field of 64. What's special about this tournament is that 1) you can actually win prizes just for filling out a bracket and 2) KJR has put together a great "scouting" page.
A couple of weeks ago, Hot Clicks told you about "The Fifth Third Burger" (which is 1.7 pounds) that the West Michigan White Caps -- the Class A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers -- were selling for $20. Well, Busted Coverage has a full report on how fans did with the burger during the White Caps' season opener Thursday.
The Fightins caught a great blooper from the Phillies' World Series ring ceremony that took place before Wednesday's game.
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Not only does Neil Patrick Harris look like Luke Donald, but the How I Met Your Mother star also resembles another golfer, according to Grateful Blue.
One of the most underrated people in sports is the guy who works the radar gun at Dodger Stadium. It seems like he's been behind home plate, wearing his hat, sporting his mustache and rockin' the shades for about a million years. And now he's made Mental Floss' fun list of Seven Major League Baseball Stadium Icons.
Tonight is the season finale of Friday Night Lights (9 p.m. ET, NBC), and you won't be disappointed (here's a promo). Even before knowing the show would be back for two seasons, the writers did an unbelievable job of setting up a cliffhanger for next season. We'll discuss it further on Monday. For those of you who are sick of the FNL talk in Hot Clicks (Parks, of Richmond, Va.), look on the bright side. After Monday, it won't be mentioned for a few months.
Check out this 1989 appearance by Marv Albert on David Letterman's show. Albert shows some classic highlights/bloopers beginning at the 1:30 mark, which will bring back a lot of memories. (Thanks to Scot, of Toronto, for the link.)
These two dudes come up with a very amusing way of ordering at Taco Bell. And then the person working the window actually remembers the order. I have to call BS. (Thanks to Tim LaBerge, of Minneapolis, for the link.)
I don't even know if I can describe this one. An investigative reporter decided to hunt down and interview a woman accused of cyber stalking. He found her at her place of employment -- a costume shop. So he did the interview while she was dressed as a bunny. Anyway, here is Part 1 of the story. Go to Warming Glow for Part 2 and the full details of this absurd story.
Since Hot Clicks posted the Karate Kid's You're The Best yesterday, several of you requested No More Kings' Sweep the Leg.