Jessica Simpson, Rachel Bilson :: Courtesy of GQ
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Hello, Hot Clicks Nation. How's life? I'm behind the keyboard again and will be here until I go to Vegas for a March Madness/bachelor party trip, so you're stuck with me for a while. And I'm back just in time to say a few things about Fox's shaky BCS coverage, which has ended for good. One, whoever directed the Boise State-TCU game musthave gotten paid by the bands for camera time. Two, using your NFL guys to do the college games is weak. Three, Chris Myers who normally does a very solid job, asked Iowa quarterback Ricky Stanzi a ridiculous question after the game last night: "I know you're from Middle America. Do you feel like sometimes you're representing more than just a school or conference? Maybe an entire group of American citizens out there?" This led to Stanzi responding as if he was giving an old-school WWF promo, screaming out, "If you don't love it, leave it, USA, number one." Since Stanzi did win a bowl game, though, I figured he deserved some reward, so here are some, uh, patriotic photos he'll enjoy.
OopsI thought I was done with all lists pertaining to last year, but I couldn't pass this one up: The top 10 erroneous columns of 2009.
Randy RetiresRandy Johnson announced his retirement last night. The dominating lefty is a lock for Cooperstown based on his career, but as we all know, if there was a Hall of Fame for nicknames, he'd go in on the first ballot.
Sports Video Of The DayDJ Steve Porter, who made the famous "Press Hop" video, is back with a new creation featuring a slew of NFL coaches.
Koala Bear Video Of The DayAndy Roddick was giving an interview in Australia yesterday when two koala bears decided to pull a Chad Ochocinco. (For the full story and the video that features Roddick's wife, Brooklyn Decker, click here.)
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