The Internet was ablaze Tuesday with video of Tony Romo and Jessica Simpson joining Metal Skool on stage for a rendition of Don't Stop Believin'. Well, now reader Brian in New Paltz, N.Y. sends us even more video. This time Tony and Jessica help out with Sweet Child O' Mine and a little bit of Here I Go Again. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
The Angry T is almost as fired up as we are about the new season of MTV's Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet III, so he's comparing the folks on that show to players we'll be seeing in the Super Bowl on Sunday. I would've guessed Coral (above left) would be Randy Moss, but I was wrong.
This Is A Billion Times Better Than The Show
Simon on Sports goes all Deal or No Deal on us to break down the Johan Santana trade. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
What Would Simon Say?
Did you know that before Ryan Seacrest annoyed us all on American Idol he hosted a kid's version of American Gladiators? Hugging Harold Reynolds has the details -- and the headline we wanted to use.
Calling All Physics Majors
Even physics experts can into the Super Bowl hoopla. The Deuce of Davenport tells us that the Web site Physics Central (we need to bookmark that ASAP) is having a contest in which folks are being asked to make a video that shows the aspects of physics in football.
We've Run Out Of Things To Say
The Sports Hernia sympathizes with all of you who are tired of all the Super Bowl talk. In fact, they imagine your office conversations these days are going something like this. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Today in Campus Clicks
N.C. State's Krispy Kreme challenge ... Wagner coach takes off seatbelt ... BU hopes to put together undie run ... Penn State's team tattoo ... Video: Penn State frat sings Valerie ... more.
We're not really sure this is fake. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
The Giants Beat The Buffaloes???
We -- and by we, I mean sports fans -- often act as if sports are the most important thing in the world. But this following video proves that there are plenty of people who couldn't care less about sports.
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