March 15, 2012
They're Starting Young

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Since I spent a long weekend in Atlantic City, it's only fitting that I kick off my return to Hot Clicks with an amusing "gambling" story about the NCAA tournament. Max Kohll, of Omaha, Neb., tried to run a bracket pool with a $5 entry fee. Max, who has North Carolina winning it all, set up a pay structure of the winner getting half the pot, and money going to the second and third place finishers as well. There was only one problem: Max is in fifth grade, and his little venture into the world of bracket pools landed him in the principal's office.
Opening Day Is Less Than Two Weeks Away
The Roosevelts are back with a fourth installment of outstanding spring training pictures.
"In All Honesty, I Just Can't Do This Right Now"
If you follow ESPN's Adam Schefter on Twitter, you know that for the past couple of days he's been breaking news of NFL signings at a ridiculous rate. So while it wasn't a surprise, it was funny when Schefter attempted to do a Chicago radio interview on Wednesday, but lasted just more than a minute before bailing on the hosts because his phone was blowing up with more scoops.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Lily Aldridge :: Henry S. Dziekan III/WireImage
Here is the latest work from Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge.
Random Links
Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio is sidelined with a torn ACL, but he looks pretty happy riding around on his new scooter. ... This fan really wanted a signed tennis ball from Rafael Nadal. ... Here's the Dwight Howard saga summed up in parody of Five For Fighting's Superman.
Sports Video Of The Day
Canadiens forward Erik Cole scored a goal against Ottawa last night, and then celebrated by high-fiving the referee. (Thanks to Jack of Toronto, for the video.)

Weather Report Video Of The Day
This doesn't seem very professional.

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