Welcome to this week's installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics> Louisville's coach surely did with his cutting edge high-tech binoculars.
2 of 20Handout/Reuters
Mr. Woods requested on his website that the privacy of the sports world's new fun couple be respected. We're willing to lay serious coin that three-toed sloths will start piloting F-14s before that happens.
3 of 20David Ramos/Getty Images
If you think the Miami Heat have been hot, check out this clambake in Valencia, Spain, where revelers celebrate the arrival of spring with fireworks, fiestas and bonfires made by large puppets named Ninots. Hmm, pyromaniac puppets...an unsettling thought or a great name for a band. You decide.
4 of 20Giampiero Sposito/Reuters
Fresh off consorting with his awesome nuclear kook chum in North Korea, America's most prominent ambassador turned his attention to the Vatican, where he was "chaperoned" by representatives from an Irish betting firm who were no doubt calculating his chances of being elected Pontiff. Alas, if you took Pope Dennis and the points, you lost.
5 of 20 Jim Dedmon/Icon SMI
One of Miami's biggest fans enjoys a pregnant pause in the title game against North Carolina.
6 of 20Gregory Bull/AP
As Spring springs, faceplants sprout everywhere from Florida to Surprise, Arizona.
7 of 20Petros Giannakouris/AP
At Filopappos hill in Athens, Greeks welcome the first day of Lent by flying kites and eating foods associated with fasting -- such as air.
8 of 20Gene J. Puskar/AP
Bruins defenseman Johnny Boychuk sticks it to The Man -- Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby -- during a tilt in Boston.
9 of 20 Anna Vavrikova/isifa/Getty Images
There's bodypainting, and then there's literally<italics> body painting</italics> of the kind practiced by this dance club and its brush with greatness during the Week of Fine Art in Brno, Czech Republic.
10 of 20 Darron Cummings/AP
Italy's Carolina Kostner held her nose and did her duty during her performance in the women's free skate program in London, Ontario, but in the end the judges begged to differ and awarded her the silver medal.
11 of 20Steve Helber/AP
Concerned mom Lori Curry comforts her son, Taylor Bessick, after James Madison won the tourney title, 70-57, in Richmond, Va. You wouldn't know it by looking at the photo, but Taylor plays for James Madison.
12 of 20Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images
This bit of NFL free agent news came in from Miami Seaquarium: The Dolphins were eyeing Feliciano Lopez, Milan Srejber, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Benoit Paire, and Niclas Lindstedtat. Just thought we'd pass it on...
13 of 20Bob Frid/Icon SMI
The Canucks' goaltender had something on his mind as he prepared to face the Red Wings.
14 of 20Darron Cummings/AP
Aria Diaz and Sara Hurtado of Spain chillin' during the free skate program in London, Ontario.
15 of 20Rodrigo Abd/AP
If jockeys were routinely as attractive as what's on display here in Lima, Peru, horse racing would have 10 times the audience that it enjoys now.
16 of 20 Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images
NASCAR's forthcoming Gen-7 car on display at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand.
17 of 20Steve Conner/Icon SMI
As an obscure group of musicians from Liverpool, England once so truthfully sang, "Everybody's got something to hide except for this New Mexico Lobos fan and his monkey."
18 of 20 Bebeto Matthews/AP
A stark human drama unfolded in Queens, NY, where Danielle Forgione and her daughter, Olivia were scrambling like Colin Kaepernick to sell their apartment after their pet porker Petey (no relation to the famed Peter Percival Patterson's pet pig Porky) caused a neighbor to gripe to the co-op board. Forgione was handed city animal violations and informed that she must punt the pig. Apparently, his boisterous cheering and crunching on pork rinds while watching his beloved Knicks on TV were disturbing the peace. More as this story develops.
19 of 20Gregory Bull/AP
Aaron Tufts of Phoenix succumbs to Cactus League fatigue as the Mariners play the Diamondbacks in yet another exhibition game in Peoria, Arizona.
20 of 20Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images
As the writer/director and the great American statesman share a tender moment during <italics>So You Think You Can Roast? - Dennis Rodman</italics> at the New York Friars Club in New York City, we kiss this week's edition goodbye.
You May Like
More More Sports
Sign Up for our Newsletter
Don't get stuck on the sidelines! Sign up to get exclusives, daily highlights, analysis and more—delivered right to your inbox!