A Chat With Erin Andrews
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The Hot Clicks PodcastEpisode No. 2 of the Hot Clicks Podcast is in the books. I've been told these will be up on iTunes early next week. For now, the only way to listen is by using the player below. Oh yeah, this week's guest is everyone's favorite sideline reporter.
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This Is Not How You Do ItThe Thunder recently held a party for season ticket holders, where guards James Harden and Eric Maynor performed Montell Jordan's classic tune, This Is How We Do It. Fortunately for us, and unfortunately for them, there is video. Warning: Your ears will never be the same.
Much MadnessWith the NCAA tournament picking up again this evening, LostLettermen.com gets you prepared with a video compilation of March Madness's top 10 most iconic moments. And speaking of Madness, Brandon, of Indianapolis, sent this e-mail yesterday. "Here's a picture of Butler's live mascot, Blue II, peeing on a Badgers fan's yard here in Indy."
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Nicole Scherzinger :: Jason LaVeris/Getty ImagesThe Formula One season begins this week, and FHM.com is doing everyone a service by breaking down the circuits' top 10 WAGs.
Football In MarchNFL.com has released this tremendous video, "2010 Season in Six Minutes." Hopefully, this won't be all we have to get us through 2011, too.
Let's Play The FeudOrioles manager Buck Showalter took some shots at Red Sox GM Theo Epstein and Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.
Sports Video Of The DayVia Puck Daddy comes a video that will make you smile. This young boy got to skate on the ice before last night's Red Wings-Canucks game, but he took his sweet time leaving. (Thanks to Ben Goodis, of London, Ontario, for the link.)
Gus Johnson Video Of The DayVia Funny or Die.com, Gus Johnson calls some of the great moments in history. His call of Michael Jackson's moonwalk and O.J. Simpson's car chase are especially enjoyable. (Thanks to Michael Piff, of Lake Zurich, Ill., for the link.)