Audrina Patridge, Lauren Conrad, Whitney Port :: Scott Gries/Getty Images
Your newest NHL blogger is ... Lauren Conrad, a.k.a., LC, from MTV's The Hills. TheHollywoodGossip.com was even nice enough to give LC some tips on blogging the games. (Thanks to Lizzy, of Manchester, Conn., for the tip.)
Do We Have To Pay For One?
We thought we hit the big time when Erin Andrewssaid she loved Extra Mustard. But we think that moment has been topped. Reader Mike Dunn, of Ellicott City, Md., has made Hot Clicks T-shirts. If you're not related to us, and you decide to buy one, make sure you take a picture of yourself wearing it and e-mail it to us and we'll put in the Clicks.
At least a dozen of you sent us a link to Seattle's 950-AM KJR's Bigger Dance bracket game. We were hesitant to link to the game that will determine the top, in KJR's words, celebrity babe, because you have to register to the site in order to fill out a bracket, but after seeing 1) that the prize is a trip for two to any sporting event in the world and 2) the very solid field of 64, we changed our minds.
Andwhammy.com gets us ready for the Masters by providing YouTubes of the top five Masters moments. Our favorite is No. 5 -- Tiger snapping his club. (Thanks to Mike, of Wesley Chapel, Fla., for sending us the link.)
South Park's Eric Cartman takes onBill Belichick and Spygate.
Last month, we provided you with a link to a site that was running a contest to determine which NHL team had the hottest ice team. The Blackhawks' "Chicago Ice Crew" took the crown, and Puck That Hit has the full report -- and pics.
Time to Crown a New Cowgirl ... SMU Football Team Does the YMCA ... The Nation's Hottest College Student Is ... From the Rumor Mill ... The 15 Geekiest Watches Ever Created ... Video: Allen Fieldhouse Reacts to Chalmers' Shot.
SI Vault Story Of The Day
SI.com's Vault has a been a huge success, so we thought we'd let you guys get in on the action. Each day we'll feature a classic SI story in this space -- but we want YOU to be the one to provide the story. So when you're perusing the Vault and come across any story you think would interest our audience, e-mail it to us and we'll provide the link here. Since we're choosing the first story to remember, we're going with this 1996 feature by Austin Murphy on New York sports talk radio legends, Mike Francesa and Chris Russo, a.k.a., Mike and the Mad Dog.