With news that the scantily-clad Dutch blondes were actually models hired for a publicity stunt by a beer company, we thought it would be instructive to look at some of the other attention-grabbing female fans. Real or fake?
By now you've probably heard the rumor that Chicago's Jeff Baker missed time because he burned his backside trying to light a fart in the clubhouse. We thought this was worth some investigation.
Have you seen Sadie? If you have, there could be two Lakers floor seats in it for you.
One NFL hopeful shocked and delighted the world by telling Tebow to "shut the fuck up" after he requested a pre-Wonderlic prayer. But we haven't yet been able to put a name to the words. That's where you come in.
Jeremiah Masoli admitted to stealing a projector, among other things, from an Oregon frat house. But the media has criminally under-reported that aspect of the theft. We have learned exclusively that the frat was really enjoying that projector.
So Tiger has reportedly hired the former Bush spokesman to repair his image and help plot his return to golf, which could come March 25 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. This isn't about the quality of Fleischer's work, we're told.
A reader placed a tiny wager on what color top Reggie Bush's gilrfriend would wear to the Super Bowl. His choice? Black. It appears, in that photo, to be black. He claims Bodog.com would not pay out. Who will die?
Sadly, no one from Deadspin's masthead will physically be traveling down to Miami this year to take part in the annual Super Bowl festivities. Unfortunately, that does not mean assorted media personalities and athletes can carouse freely without torment. Continue.
We asked where these photos of Matthew Stafford's summer vacation were taken, and boy, did we get some answers. It's just too bad they all contradicted each other.
Clearly, these photos were taken far from Detroit. If you have any more information — where Stafford is, or why he's not surrounded by the Detroit Lions — let us know. That's all for now. Petchesky Fantastico is here tonight.
The home run derby is tonight, and phrasemaking teevee personage Chris Berman will surely use this opportunity to deploy his famous "back, etc." home run call. I-Team wondered: How many times has Berman said the word "back" over the years?