1. Tebow Witch Trials

Think it was the Patriots' skill that ended Tebow's run? Think again. It could have been a duo of Boston witches.

2. Roll Tigers

Fresh off a loss to Alabama in the BCS Championship Game, LSU visited Alabama in basketball. The Alabama fans cheered LSU ... for passing half court.

4. Chargers vs. Lions Super Bowl?

Somehow, in some way, CNN reported on Detroit weather for a Lions-Chargers game on Saturday. Never mind Ford Field is indoors and both these teams are not still alive. They're not even in the same conference!

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1. Dirk Lends A Hand

Here's a cute video of Dirk Nowitzki using his super-human height to help workers reach wires that they can only attempt to touch via intense leaping. I wish I could take Dirk with me every time I go grocery shopping, because I'm always that vertically-challenged person jumping awkwardly trying to reach the dressing on the top shelf.

2. Happy Birthday! Love, Bear.

This is what happens when you let someone named “Bear” hand you a birthday cake. My favorite part is the reaction of the dude with the microphone, who just kind of looks shocked and just stares at Bear as though he has no idea how to handle this startling turn of events, and that the costumed, butter-fingered Bear-Man should really take control of the situation.

3. If Sports Teams Had Suggestion Boxes...

Here's what the entries would say. And I have one to add as a Mets fan for the Mets --"All I want is to not root for you anymore. Please trade me."

4. Worst Sports Haircuts

And for your viewing pleasure, here are the top 25 worst haircuts in sports. You know there are some crazy ones on here when Dennis Rodman doesn’t even place in the top 3.

5. Official Tim Tebow Fan Bandwagon Application

Haven't seen the light yet? Here's your official Tim Tebow Fan Application. To optimize your chances at an offer, please engage in some Tebowing while you fill this out.

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1. Wilfork Sells Chicken

New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork doesn't just play football. He also sells rotisserie chicken.

4. NMA Crucifies Tebow

Of course Next Media Animation took on Tebow's miracle game Sunday to beat the Steelers. And yes, they animated Tebow being literally crucified.

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2. Barkley Does Shaq

Charles Barkley impersonated Shaq during his "Saturday Night Live" hosting gig, in an "NBA on TNT" sketch. He really nailed the low key, monotone, barely audible thing Shaq has going on.

3. Griffin Throws It Down

Remember how last year, during his rookie season, we were amazed daily by Blake Griffin highlights? Well, it's his sophomore season, and nothing has changed.

4. The Return Of Kenny Powers

The hilarious "Eastbound and Down" is coming back for a third season. The promo has Kenny Powers giving a speech to a group of children.

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2. The Wild Delonte West

There's no denying Delonte West is a troublesome individual. U.S. Secret Service agents are not going to take their chances and let him meet the president with the rest of the Mavericks.

4. Rome Is Burning In The Cash

Who makes more per season, Albert Pujols or Jim Rome? Guess again.

5. Republican Football

Republican candidates trying to talk about football ... there's nothing like it. Oh, and Rick Perry mentions guns.

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1. Et Tu, Eddie George?

Former running back Eddie George is tackling a new hobby in his life-after-the-NFL days: acting in Shakespeare plays. Yep. I'll just let that sentence sit there so you can all absorb it and digest it and sit back and reflect on Eddie George acting in a Shakespeare play. Because it's going to take a lot of absorption and reflection.

2. Having His Cake And Not Eating It, Too.

Nice Local Baker: Hey LeBron, here's the extravagant birthday cake you ordered, complete with crown, that I spent a ridiculously long time making with the understanding that you'd pay me or at least tweet pictures of it for publicity! LeBron's party planning people, upon seeing the cake: Um ... yeah. Not really what we were looking for. It's totes not worth anymore than $600. I mean, come on. It's just flour and milk and water. Me: Totally valid point, party planning people. It's not like you guys have unlimited amounts of money and tweet space to waste on a hardworking baker during an economic recession, right?!

3. If The BCS Ran Other Sports Events

Even though the BCS Bowls have been extremely entertaining so far, it's still very hard to not judge the system that decides them. This article discusses what other sports would be like if they were under the ruling power of the BCS system. For example, the author asks what the World Cup would be like if it were controlled by the BCS. Spoiler Alert: "There would be no World Cup."

4. Gruden Mistakes Michelle Obama For Lisa Salters

The Orange Bowl was not really exciting at all, but at least Jon Gruden provided us with one entertaining moment -- when he saw the Clemson coaches holding up a picture of Michelle Obama as one of their plays, he at first identified her as ESPN reporter Lisa Salters. My favorite part of the video is after they laugh about it for a little bit, there's this awkward silence where you can basically hear the other broadcasters thinking, "PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD NEVER SPEAK AGAIN ABOUT THINGS UNRELATED TO FOOTBALL, JON GRUDEN." As Jon Gruden himself would say: This Jon Gruden, let me tell you something about THIS GUY ... he cannot immediately identify our First Lady.

5. Chipotle's Marketing Team Is Super

Apparently the NFL has really strict rules about using the word "Super Bowl" in any ads, so Chipotle was really awesome and used the words "Super" and "Bowl," in giant font, with like, 74 tiny words in between them. And now, because I am so pleased with the clever and snarky marketing of Chipotle, I have an excuse to reward them by buying myself at least five of their burritos (maybe seven in case the NFL figures out a way to sue them).

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1. Using His Head

It's been a rough start to the season for the Nets, who sit in last place in the Atlantic Division at 1-5. For further proof, see this picture of Shelden Williams.

5. 2011 NFL Gaffes

In honor of the end of the 2011 NFL regular season, complex.com has put together a list of the 20 biggest fails from this year. It's nice to see these freak athletes can sometimes goof up like us average freaks.

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1. The Faces Of 2011

To properly welcome us to 2012, sportspickle.com has put together a slideshow of the best sports faces of 2011. It's full of craziness with athlete mugshots, crazy fan get-ups, and of course, hockey players smiling regularly.

3. NBA Team Name Origins

Sportsnet.ca has put together a list detailing the origins of each NBA team's name. Did you know that in 1986 the Miami Heat were nearly named the Miami Vice? Or that the Utah Jazz was originally from New Orleans, where the name made a lot more sense?

5. Lambeau Heap

Packers linebacker Brad Jones took security into his own hands Sunday, laying out a fan who ran onto the field. Maybe this fan should try a sport where the object of the game isn't for huge men to hit other huge men as hard as possible.

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1. Tebowing.com

MySpace came first, then Facebook, then Twitter. Now ... Tebowing.com. Finally, a place for everyone to share their Tebowing photos! Wait ... did he lose three straight games? No, the Broncos are in the playoffs, so that can't be true.

2. Wes, The Pasty Pilgrim

Two weeks ago, Chad Ochocinco convinced Wes Welker to join Twitter. Then he used the site to publicly congratulate Welker on a $10,000 fine.

3. Ilya's Last Words

Thanks to HBO, Philadelphia Flyers goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov has become an instant celebrity and comedian. However, he will be the Flyers' backup goalie for today's Winter Classic. That didn't stop Bryz from getting in a few final cracks before the game.

4. Beastly Finger

Michael Beasley lacerated his finger in a game versus the Mavericks on Sunday night. His lips read: Oh &^%*, that's my bone!

5. Another Kris Humphries Folly

In a recent "Kourtney and Kim Take New York" episode, Kris Humphries felt the need to question the sexuality of a friend of Kim's. At this point, we should expect things like this from Humphries.

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