October 24, 2007
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Tony Romance
Last week we told you that Carrie Underwood claims she and Tony Romo never officially dated because the Cowboys quarterback is dedicated to football.

Well it seems that Romo isn't letting his job totally get in the way of having some fun. Larry Brown Sports tells us that the signal-caller recently spent some time with One Tree Hill's Sophia Bush.

Speaking of Underwood, Shoutmouth.com is seeing how the country star stacks up to the Seven Wonders of the World.

Sophia Bush
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Having A Bawl
Unibrow.com remembers The 10 Greatest Crying Moments In Sports. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
A Touching Story
We're definitely immature enough to love all the double entendre's in this article about a Red Sox vendor and his nuts.
Hall Of A Challenge
Mentalfloss.com has come up with a great quiz about 20 different Halls of Fame.
The Biggest Losers

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Rumors and Rants pits Cleveland against Buffalo to determine which city has the right to call itself America's Biggest Loser.
'Mm Mm My Bironas'
When you kick eight field goals in a game, you deserve some props. With Leather points us to the Rob Bironas tribute video that's sung to the tune of My Sharona.
A Politician Shows His True Colors
Boston Dirt Dogs has complete coverage of the biggest sports story of the day -- Rudy Giuliani is rooting for the Red Sox to win the World Series.
This Will Get You Pumped Up
Cracked.com has posted our all-time favorite list: The 10 Most Terrifyingly Inspirational '80s Songs. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Today in Campus Clicks
Penn State's woeful porta-potty situation ... Beer pong video game ... Toughest NCAA football stadiums to play in at night ... Weis vs. Willingham ... and more.
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Videos of the Day
'Do You Think You Look More Like ET Or Golem?'
This has been in our inbox since Friday and we apologize for not bringing this to you sooner because it's pretty unbelievable. Some kid interviews Sam Cassel and asks him all the questions that real journalists would never dare ask. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)

A Thankless Job
A 4-year-old calls 911. Hilarity ensues.

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