For everyone who complains that NCAA athletes are exploited and deserve compensation, we suggest you check out this list of gifts players receive simply for participating in a bowl game. It may be just us, but it seems like the haul for the Humanitarian Bowl (XM radio with 1-year subscription, backpack, speaker bag, winter parka, hoodie, skull cap/stocking hat, ski gloves, baseball cap, ball) is a lot more appealing that that of the BCS Championship (Nintendo Wii, Madden NFL 08 and two additional games, Majestic fleece pullover, New Era cap).
We have a new favorite radio personality and his name is Coach Kidd of WVSR-FM in West Virginia. Kidd, a Michigan native, was suspended from his gig as morning DJ after playing the Michigan fight song repeatedly on his show -- a move that didn't go over too well with his pro-WVU audience.
15 Worst Christmas Songs Ever Created
Destiny's Child should stay away from recording Christmas songs. :: AP
It's that time of year again and our friends at Campus Squeeze have compiled their list of the top 15 overplayed, annoying Christmas songs to get you in the holiday mood. And yes, Destiny's Child is on the list (so are James Brown and Barry Manilow, but we didn't think you'd want to see pictures of them).
OK, make it four. We loved this picture of a topless Simon Cowell vacationing in Barbados with a ladyfriend who seems way too hot for him. Oh wait, he earns $35 million a year for American Idol. Now it makes sense.
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We'll say it again -- nobody does college sports song parodies like Ryan Parker.
The Hamilton College Streaking Team
We've spent the past two weeks showing you various videos of half-naked college students, but here are the real pros -- the Hamilton College Streaking Team.
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