Monday was not a very good night to be a Notre Dame player or fan.
Not only were the Irish blasted on the field by Alabama in the national championship game, Brent Musberger wouldn't shut up about AJ McCarron's girlfriend.
They were also blasted on Twitter, with none other than Kate Upton piling it on (and getting in a great dig at the NFL laughingstock New York Jets in the process).
"It's okay Notre Dame this happens to the Jets every week," she Tweeted.
The Boston Celtics defeated the New York Knicks 102-96 last night, but talk after the game was not about field goal percentage or fast break points.
Instead, attention was focused on the tension between stars Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett, which reportedly spilled off the court when the Knicks star waited for the Boston power forward alongside the Celtics' team bus.
This video depicts footage of an anxious Anthony doing just that:
Katherine Webb doesn't understand what all the fuss is about.
The AJ McCarron girlfriend was spotted in the crowd of last night's BCS title game by announcer Brent Musburger, who made it clear to viewers that he was VERY impressed by the young lady's looks.
Did Webb find the commentary creepy, as some on Twitter have suggested? Not at all!
"I laughed hysterically," Webb tells TMZ. "I was flattered ... and slightly embarrassed ... but I thought it was the funniest thing ever. I never expected that."
Maybe Webb ought to look in the mirror more often! Watch Musburger gush over her appearance now:
Like many predicted prior to last night's BCS national championship game, Alabama crushed Notre Dame, winning its third title in four years.
But 73-year old ESPN announcer Brent Musberger livened up the broadcast - and drew some criticism - for gushing over Katherine Webb on the air.
Watch now to see what happened when the cameras found quarterback AJ McCarron's girlfriend in the crowd. Might this have been a tad inappropriate/overboard for Musberger? Sure.
But have you seen Webb?!? It's hard to blame the guy. She's Miss Alabama, after all...
Grigor Dimitrov is a 21-year old Bulgarian tennis player ranked among the top 50 in the world.
But this up-and-comer sits atop a far more important list than the ATP ranking: he's number-one in the heart of Maria Sharapova!
Reporter Darren Rovell Tweeted on Saturday that Sharapova is "off the market" because she is dating Dimitrov, a rising star who has earned the nickname Baby Federer due to his fluid strokes and one-handed backhand.
That's an impressive accomplishment.
Not as impressive as the fluid strokes he is apparently earning from Sharapova... but still.
Maria , 25, was previously engaged to ex-NBA player Sasha Vujačić before the pair broke up in the spring of 2012.
Already at 15-18 and not included in the Western Conference playoff picture, things are about to get even bleaker for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Marc Stein has confirmed via Twitter that Dwight Howard has a torn labrum and will miss a significant period of time.
The Lakers, of course, acquired Howard in a blockbuster trade this offseason, but he's struggled to find his place following back surgery a few months ago.
The Washington Redskins' season went from dream to nightmare in the course of one half last night, as the team blew a 14-0 lead in the first quarter... and then quarterback Robert Griffin III blew out his knee in the fourth quarter.
As a result, talk in the nation's capital today isn't of the team's 24-14 loss to the Seahawks, but of how serious an injury Griffin suffered.
And whether Coach Mike Shanahan should have taken him out as soon as his limp became noticeable.
"I think I did put myself at more risk by being out there," said Griffin, who missed a game earlier this season with a sprained MCL. "But every time you get on the field, you're putting yourself on the line."
Chandler Wiliams, an Arena League football player who spent the 2012 season with the Tampa Bay Storm, died yesterday in South Florida. He was 27 years old.
Details are scarce, but the cause of death is likely heart-related, as Williams passed away during a flag football tournament in South Florida.
He had been a seventh-round draft pick of the Minnesota Vikings in 2007.
Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M is in some hot water over a recent photo he posted on Instagram. He was at a casino at the time ... with a wad of cash.
The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner's caption: “casino ballin.”
The controversial picture was deleted shortly after it appeared.
Legally, the star did nothing wrong. He was at an Indian casino in Oklahoma, where patrons need only be 18 years old to play. Johnny Manziel is 20.
Chad Johnson was cut by the Miami Dolphins this season and may never see an NFL field again; his wife, Evelyn Lozada, also divorced him after two months.
His life sort of sucks right now, but give him credit for one thing: Making $66,000 a month in"self-employment, partnerships, and/or independent contracts."
That's right, no NFL salary and he's still raking it in.
Johnson filed paperwork in his ongoing child support fight with one of his baby mamas, according to TMZ, listing $1.28 million in real estate assets.