Stylin' And Profilin'
Mike Bruesewitz :: Ethan Miller
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SI.com's Luke Winn has a midseason report on the trends and styles in college basketball, including Wisconsin forward Mike Brueswitz's Gingerfro, which has been sported by a number of players this season.
Perfect Man Cave ItemNeed a jump on what to ask for next Christmas? How about a big TV inside a basketball, football or soccer ball?
Random LinksMichigan hired San Diego State's Brady Hoke as its new football coach after Les Miles decided to stay at LSU. Thanks to the Sports Pickle, we can examine Miles' job application. ... Joe Sports Fan has a funny look at how the price of autographs for certain Cardinals players have fluctuated through the years. ... The Eminem-Rihanna song Love The Way You Lie gets turned into this solid Maple Leafs parody titled Love To Hear the Boos.
Lovely Lady Of The Day
Katie Savoy :: YouTubeSammy Ibrahim, of Baltimore, says, "One of these days you are gonna use something I post, dammit!!! Katie Savoy is the girl from that Verizon commercial where she goes into the pool and emerges as Adrian Peterson. She is your LLOD. Do it, Jimmy!!! OK, it's done.
Coach SpeakWhat would happen if Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan had to put money in a swear job every time he cursed? This video answers that question. (Warning: Lots of cursing in the link.)
Giveaway Of The Day
Death Race 1 and 2:: Universal PicturesI have 10 copies of Death Race and Death Race 2 to give away. Winners will get one copy of each. The first 10 people to e-mail me (fill out the form below) the name of the men's professional tennis player who dressed in drag at a recent event get the DVDs.
UPDATE: 6:12 p.m.: DVDs are gone. Thanks for playing. We'll have another giveaway this week.
Prank Video Of The DayI featured a video from these jokesters in today's A.M. Clicks. But this video is much, much better as the pranksters say random things to random strangers, causing much confusion. (Thanks to Josh Chinn, of Bellevue, Wash., for the link.)