Ron Jeremy poses with a "lady friend." :: Steve Finn/Getty Images
Ron Jeremy (a Queens College grad, in case you were wondering) visited Ohio State on Sunday to debate the value of porn. We suggest every Buckeye rent a Ron Jeremy film, find a partner and get busy -- for no other reason to erase the memory of OSU's loss to Division 2 Findlay.
We almost had a new hero -- Tennessee starting center Josh McNeil -- who was caught by police with three drunk women in his bed Saturday night. But this is not a Ron Jeremy movie -- the women were all friends of his girlfriend and McNeil will not be charged with anything.
Forget the gender gap in wages and employment. A researcher at Stanford uncovered this nugget: When male and female college students hook up, 44 percent of men orgasm compared to 19 percent of their female partners.
Battle of the Insulting T-Shirts
Michigan and Michigan State engage in a T-shirt battle. ::
In anticipation of last Saturday's game against Michigan, Spartan fans created a T-shirt reminding the Wolverines of their early season loss to Appalachian State. Wolverine fans countered with a T-shirt about the Spartans hoop squad's loss to Grand Valley State. We suggest the two schools focus on a common enemy and buy this shirt instead.
We were going to make fun of Tommy Lee Jones for co-hosting the Nobel Peace Prize concert for former Vice President Al Gore because, frankly, they could've found about 600 more relevant people to handle the task. But then we discovered that Jones and Gore were roommates at Harvard, and now we feel stupid.
Whether you're an everyday Joe or the starting QB of the Michigan football squad, falling down is embarrassing.
The Queen of Dunk
We're not sure what we enjoy more, 6-foot-5 high school junior (and soon-to-be Baylor Bear) Brittney Griner's dunks or the reaction of her teammates.
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