Betting, Victoria's Secret highlight weekend: Hot Clicks
Victoria's Secret Model :: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images
There were three things we thoroughly enjoyed this past weekend. First and foremost was the anarchy at the end of yesterday's Chargers-Steelers game. Luckily, we weren't affected by what transpired at the end of the game, but our thoughts and prayers are with all of you who bet Pittsburgh. The second highlight was Justin Timberlake's surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live. Unfortunately, there was no D--- In A Box-like performance (warning: That's the uncensored version linked up), but this sketch with Beyonce and this Weekend Update segment were very solid. Lastly, they filmed the Victoria's Secret fashion show Saturday night (the show airs Dec. 3 on CBS), and luckily, we found a photo gallery. By the way, if anyone knows who the model above is, please let us know.
About a month ago, we posted an e-mail from a reader in Kansas City who wanted acknowledgement for his city's sports woes. We got a few e-mails after that from people in Seattle saying K.C. is no match for the Emerald City. The Big Picture has detailed Seattle's plight and the folks from the Pacific Northwest are right -- it's not even close.
Olga Kurylenko, Daniel Craig :: AP
If you were one of the people who helped the new James Bond flick, Quantum of Solace, take in $70.4 million this past weekend, you'll enjoy this piece that compares sports figures to Bond villains.
This Is God Given has found Hank Steinbrenner's Facebook page.
Yes, there is such a thing. But you'll have to check out our Hot Clicks Facebook page for all the info, photos and videos.
College football's full of fashionistas and secret society members. :: Oregon Athletics, AP
Oregon's outdone itself with its latest uniforms ... 10 terrible bowls for 20 terrible teams ... Did UCLA send Tommy Trojan to his blue period? ... Sideshow Bob's look-alike ... More CBB hair news.
The headline on BlackSportsOnline.com says it all: "Donovan McNabb Doesn't Know An NFL Game Can End In A Tie? WTF." (Thanks to Michael Angel, of St. Louis, Mo., for the link.)
Dave, of Fairfax, Va., says "I have no words to describe this video. It gets a little slow in the middle, but make sure to stick around to the 4:10 mark." We don't know why Dave is so shocked that a choir of older folks would take on some of hip hop's biggest hits.
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