January 07, 2010
Dream Job
Buccaneers cheerleaders :: IconSMI

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Chris Johnson, of Raleigh, N.C., says, "Jimmy, there are still a lot of unemployed people in Hot Clicks Nation, so I thought they would be interested in this job posting from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In honor of the position, I'll hope that you feature any (or all) of the potential employees as the Lovely Ladies of the Day."
Lawyer Up
Stories about college football coaches becoming more abusive are no laughing matter -- until you see Jack "The Hammer" Justice. (Thanks to Tyler, of Boston, for the link.) (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Title Game
We covered tonight's BCS Championship game in A.M Hot Clicks, but there are a few more links. This tale of the tape features a wide variety of topics. ... Here's a tale of the tape devoted to fans of each school ... And a link bonanza.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Amanda Bynes :: Getty Images
Maxim.com is getting a lot of publicity because they got one of Tiger Woods' alleged paramours (great word!) to pose for them. But that's nothing. The real story is their new photo gallery of Amanda Bynes.
Fade Follow-Up
Yesterday's Hot Clicks featured an item on Bucks rookie Brandon Jennings sporting a new high-top fade. Nick, of Milwaukee, chimed in on this, saying "your link about Brandon Jennings bringing back the High Top Fade was great. But I wanted to tell you that he was rocking that look when he played in the McDonald's All-American game in 2008 here in Milwaukee." Meanwhile, Leslie from Madison, Wisc., says, "Guys, Brandon Jennings' 'do is great, but Wisconsin freshman Ryan Evans has been sporting that look all year!"
NBA Player Page Of The Day
Steve Rauch, says, "I think this speaks for itself."
Sports Video Of The Day
As we put the college football season to bed tonight, this song titled "The BCS Mess" seems highly appropriate. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)

Artie Lange Video Of The Day
Ian, of Encinitas, Calif., says, "I know you're a Howard Stern fan, so I'm sure you've heard why Artie was actually out. I feel terrible for him and his family. Can you put something together that shows that while he was making jokes at his own expense, we were laughing with him and not at him? Thanks, man. Wish Artie well." Yes, this Artie Lange situation is incredibly sad and it's not something that I'd normally touch on in Hot Clicks, but since I have written about my love of the Stern show many times, I figured I'd post this SI.com Q&A with Artie and a clip of him telling some great stories about Bob Uecker and Harry Caray.

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