Babes Love Baseball calls out Josh Beckettfor being out of shape, but the best part is that they linked to Weird Al's video of Fat.
This has to be one of the rougher days in recent times for most members of the media. They thought they finally had Barry Bonds, but the euphoria only lasted a short while. Some outlets reported Thursday night that Bonds failed a drug test in 2001, but it turns out the story wasn't true. It was an erroneous story based on a typo.
The Soapy Suns
Great find by Sportscolumn.com. In one of the more creative videos we've seen in a while, check out what happens when you mash up a Suns press conference with Days of our Lives. And make sure you stick around for Shaq's appearance at the 1:25 mark.
The Big Lead was impressed after hearing Andrews during a recent radio interview. Mac G continues to get lucky by having his users send him great photos of Andrews. And Boiled Sports shares all the details of their recent encounter with the popular sideline reporter.
If you plan on betting the Slam Dunk Contest, make sure you do the proper scouting by reading this report by Vegas Watch.
Move Over HGH And Steroids
The Deuce of Davenport has the scoop on what could be next big performance-enhancing substance in sports -- extreme jelly beans. Yes, Jelly Belly has created the Extreme Sports Beans, which are caffeinated jelly beans "enhanced" with Vitamins B and C, carbohydrates and electrolytes.
Today in Campus Clicks
Bad Times in Bloomington ... The 53-year-old college outfielder ... Nothing says Valentine's Day like getting married at White Castle ... Dickie V. loves Duke ... The Best Sandwiches in America ... Video: LSU's Demetrius Byrd races a bicycle ... more.
Check out this old video of Shaq putting his spin on the Cheers theme song.
News Blooper Of The Day
This weatherman might want to get his job title changed ASAP.
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