MVN.com focuses on one of problems that occurs if you take your girlfriend/wife to a sporting event: she covers your eyes while you try to gawk at the cheerleaders. The site even has video from a recent Mavericks game to show how embarrassing this can be for a dude. If the guy in the video is reading this by any chance, we'll try to soothe his pain by giving him another chance to check out the Mavericks cheerleaders. (Thanks to Anthony of Minneapolis for sending us the link.)
Get To Know Erin Andrews A Little Better
You probably spent a few minutes yesterday and today checking out the MySpace page of Eliot Spitzer's, um, friend. But we think you'll enjoy this page just as much.
The blogosphere gets all pumped up at this time of year for Gus Johnson, and rightfully so. We're big Gus fans. But for our money, Bill Raftery is still the best college hoops analyst, and this clip (which features a "send it in," a reference to a "Taiwan special," and use of an obscure word) from Awful Announcing proves it.
Fan IQ has the details (including a very interesting photo illustration) behind the Colts auctioning off official locker room urinals.
Be Like Billy
Going Five Hole wants to see Lil' John, Jason Preistley, Steve Carrell, Snoop Dogg and a few other celebs pull a Billy Crystal and take a stab at joining an NHL team. The blog is also comparing those celebs to NHL players.
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Sports Video Of The Day
A song to encourage the Milwaukee Brewers to sign golfer John Daly.
Barack and Hillary duke it out and debate -- Juno style.
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