Yes, we're poking a little fun today as usual (thank you Dale Jr. and Jim Boeheim!). But mostly we're rewatching the cheers for the Nets' Jason Collins as he made his debut as the NBA's first openly gay player Sunday night.
Julia Lipnitskaia gets all bent out of shape in Sochi, Cheyenne Woods scores her first victory on a major pro tour, and Chris Paul and Blake Griffin throw down some magic. Still, nobody deserves more applause than Michael Sam.
A sports night featuring Jaguars-Texans and Knicks-Nets was a dreary prospect, but watching Matt Schaub with the game on the line and Charles Barkley exploring the NYC subway system provided plenty of laughs.
Once we get past Matt Barnes' antics, it was a diamonds are a girl's best friend (kind of) day. Ex-NHL enforcer Sean Avery pops the question and one Chiefs fan finds that diamonds are the gift that keeps on giving.
Rob Ryan's celebration of the Saints' victory over the Cowboys, his former team, didn't end at the Superdome. The defensive coordinator took to a New Orleans' bar and bought a round of drinks for the adoring fans.
When it comes to who's the biggest NBA loser, it's hard to pick between Dwight Howard, who failed in his showdown against the Lakers with seven missed free throws, and the Timberwolves, with their clueless Ladies Night Out promotion.
Three more weeks without Aaron Rodgers? That prospect likely had Packers fans calling in sick this morning after they watched Seneca Wallace lose the battle of the backup QBs to the Bears on "Monday Night Football."
Nick Foles throwing seven TD passes was so surprising that even Michael Vick's brother was stunned into social media silence, though we can imagine what Peyton Manning thought of having his NFL record tied by a backup.
After crazy endings to the previous two World Series games, the Red Sox and Cardinals took a timeout from the drama in Boston's win Monday night. Maybe the fun will return when the Red Sox try to clinch in Game 6.