Adriana Lima and Karolina Kurkova won't be wearing OSU undies. :: Michael Buckner/Getty Images
Here's one more reason Ohio State fans can hate their Michigan counterparts: Victoria's Secret (a Columbus, Ohio, based company) is coming out with logoed sweat pants, tank tops and panties for Michigan and other schools, but not Ohio State. OSU fans, blame Leslie H. Wexner (who is both the leader of Limited Brands and a member of OSU's board of trustees and feared a conflict of interest) for the fact that you won't be able to watch Victoria's Secret's sexy models sporting your school's logo.
Maybe O.J. Mayo spent his money on headgear. :: Michael J. LeBrecht II/Sports Illustrated
OTR's chief USC contributor lived in the same dorm as O.J. Mayo, and so felt compelled to shed some light on how Mayo spent the money he allegedly received. Mayo may have peddled to class on an unassuming bike, but his room housed a 42-inch flat screen and 30 pairs of sneakers.
Start those thumb-exercises now, because LG is hosting a National Texting Championship on July 9, and the winner gets $50,000. Most of the qualification deadlines have passed, but you can compete in the Wildcard Challenge until June 25. Happy texting.
Sign Stealing Revisited
Before those two Michigan ball boys caught on in 1997, Northwestern's football team could actually win ... by stealing signs.
My Kid is an Honor Roll Student
According to a recent study, the more we personalize our cars, the more strongly we consider them "our space," and the more likely we are to show aggression when we feel that space is violated. Which means the people who put those peaceful yellow anti-war ribbons or "Honor Roll" bumper stickers on their cars are just as likely to snap as those who slap on "Go F*** Yourself" stickers.