Weekend Hot Clicks: Maggie Arceneaux; Masters roundup

You should be watching The Masters all weekend but in case you're not, keep up here with the leaderboard. After Bubba Watson missed the cut, he blasted a writer before feeling bad and apologizing in a Twitter video. Also, SI's 100 best Masters photos of all time and a cool history of the green jacket.

Russell Westbook clinching a triple-double average for the season is the real story, but how the Suns denied him (and how Westbrook still tried to get) a 42nd triple-double was hilarious and kind of made a mockery of the game.

Adam Sandler's kids don't like his movies and never watch them.

Maggie Arceneaux is your Weekend LLOD. She is a Tulane student who was recently named Miss Coed (Click here for full-sized gallery)

A Texas A&M receiver was charged with indecent exposure after allegedly exposing himself to two tutors. And his attorney is claiming he had a bad case of jock itch. Seriously.

The Comeback re-did the 2013 NFL Draft and have Le'Veon Bell going first overall to the Steelers.

 

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Mariners are selling toasted grasshoppers this year … Best and worst first pitches in baseball history … Jerry West wants to the NBA to change its logo to Adam Silver … Grizzlies are giving away Tony Allen pepper grinders on Sunday … UCLA commit Jaylen Hands jumps over parents for awesome dunk … Wendy's told a kid he'd get chicken nuggets for a year if he got 18 million RTs. He's making a run at it … Cavs announcer was lost for words during meltdown vs. Hawks.


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