Good News, T.J. Lang
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The NFL ruled today that it will not fine any players who went off on Twitter about the replacement refs. While Hot Clicks applauds that decision, we'd also like to remind NFL players to make sure they wear the correct colored sleeves and proper socks this weekend. Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang was probably the most vocal and most graphic Green Bay player on Twitter after they got screwed. It seems to have paid off for him.
Replacement Refs Aren't The Only Ones Having A Bad Week On The JobI don't want to come down too hard on the person who is responsible for painting the University of Minnesota logo on its football field, but it's pretty hard to not do the job when THE YARDAGE IS MARKED ON THE FIELD.
UPDATE: I am an idiot and karma has come my way. The photo linked above isn't from the University of Minnesota. It's from Division II University of Minnesota, Crookston. Also, the yardage was not painted on the field before the student painted the logo on the field. My apologies. This is a pathetic effort on my part.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Sonia Vera :: Donald Bowers/Getty ImagesVenezuelan model Sonia Vera gets today's LLOD honors.
College Football In PicturesMany of you enjoy SI.com's weekly "Did You See That" photo gallery. We're also running a special college football edition each week. Here is the latest installment.
E-Mail Of The Day
* Here's a taste of what comes into the Hot Clicks inbox. According to Bruce, no one in history wrote about the NFL until the replacement refs (who are saving us from a burning car) came along.
Wedding Video Of The DayPresented without comment: Here is the wedding of an Oakland Raider fan.