Big Buzz Little Leaguer wants to meet Kate Upton; Estefania Serrano is Fox-y Youngster wants to meet swimsuit model; Johnny Manziel middle finger roundup; New NCAA football uniforms; more. Jim Spellman / WireImage By Jimmy Traina Aug 19, 2014 at 9:59a ET They grow up so fast these days. As seen during the Little League World Series yesterday, 12-year-old Clayton Broeder, who plays for Pearland, Texas, has a very clear goal in life. Wouldn't we all, Clayton. Wouldn't we all. #LLWS pic.twitter.com/tYRAmMYBVj— Covers (@Covers) August 18, 2014 Well, the one positive for Broeder is that we know Upton likes baseball players. SPEAKING OF THE LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES Cumberland American coach Dave Belisle gave a clinic on how to handle your players after a loss yesterday. Every coach and parent should watch and learn. MVP rankings in a couple years pic.twitter.com/t7iIACs9f6— Joel-Hans Embiid (@JoelEmbiid) August 19, 2014 IF YOU MISSED THE BIGGEST EVENT IN SPORTS HISTORY Johnny Manziel flipped off the Redskins bench last night. Check out the video, the moment Manziel found out his gesture was caught on camera and what Johnny Football had to say after the game. Then enjoy all the wonderful memes. EXPANDING HIS HORIZONS Twitter sensation Joel Embiid is branching out from just tweeting about the opposite sex. For instance, he gave us this prediction last night. SO MUCH BETTER THAN GOLF Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy battled in a game of "Facebreakers," with Jimmy Fallon last night. FASHION FIX Here's a roundup of all the new uniforms and helmets you'll be seeing in college football this season. BUT IN A GOOD WAY New Clippers owner Steve Ballmer went insane at a team rally yesterday. DON DRAPER WOULD'VE THROWN IT DOWN THE MIDDLE The Cardinals gave out a Jon Hamm bobblehead last night. The "Mad Men" star also threw out the first pitch before St. Louis' game against Cincinnati. BIZARRE INJURY OF THE DAY Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles needs to be more careful when carrying boxes. FOX-Y LADY OF THE DAY Model Estefania Serrano gets today's Fox-y Lady honors. Got a link, comment or question? Email Jimmy.Traina@fox.com.