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The sports blogosphere was abuzz this morning after this clip of Steve Smith, um, motivating Jake Delhomme went around the Web. I don't think Smith was serious, but he definitely used an interesting approach (forward to the 2:30 mark for the good stuff).
When The Office returned last season, NEPatriotsDraft.com casted the show using athletes. Well, the site has done it again as Season 6 opens tonight.
As we all know, Journey's Don't Stop Believen' has exploded in recent years. It's a popular song to belt out when you're doing karaoke after having too many adult beverages, as proved by the sad individual above. It's also crept into the sports world. It became the White Sox's theme song when they won the World Series in 2005. And now the Dodgers play the song during their seventh-inning stretch. However, this has made the band's former lead singer, San Francisco Giants fan Steve Perry, very, very unhappy.
Yesterday's Hot Clicks featured video of a young girl tossing back a foul ball that her dad snared at a Phillies game. Here is that girl, 3-year-old Emily, talking about the incident.
One item is funnier than the next in this hysterical compilation of awkward moments in Facebook "likes." (Thanks to Michael Bryan and Rob Greenberg, of Bethesda, Md., for the link.)
A ton has been going on in sports over the past week or so. It was almost impossible to keep up with everything that took place last weekend. As a result, two important competitions might not have hit your radar. Luckily for you, I'm here to fill you in. First, there was the 2009 Hooters Swimsuit Pageant. Second, there was the -- and I'm not making this up -- the Bikini Car Wash Championship.