That's Phil Knight of Nike in the middle of the Oregon's cheerleaders after Tuesday night's Holiday Bowl. We also had a couple of other shots sent our way, including two of Erin Andrews. But you'll have to click the jump to check them out.
One has to wonder if Phil Knight and T. Boone Pickens might have a little side bet on Tuesday night's Holiday Bowl between Oregon and Oklahoma State in San Diego.
Knight, 70, and Pickens, 80, have combined to give more than half-a-billion dollars to their universities, most of it going to the football programs. Knight's gifts have helped make the Ducks a perennial contender, with the team averaging more than eight wins a year with only one losing season in the last 15.
Pickens recently forked over another $63 million to Oklahoma State to ensure the stadium expansion project would be completed at his alma mater. He previously gave $165 million to fund athletics at Oklahoma State.
So which one of these cats has more cash? It's not even close.
There could be up to 15,000 empty seats at Boone Pickens Stadium Saturday night for the showdown between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.
The reason is that Oklahoma State officials decided last spring not to make single-game tickets available for the game. To get a seat, you had to purchase a season ticket. The move was designed to lure Oklahoma fans, many of whom can't fathom a Sooner game going on without their presence, to purchase season tickets for their rival.
Oklahoma State defensive coaches used a series of signs to get in signals during Saturday night's game at Texas Tech. After the Red Raiders' 56-20 victory, Texas Tech fans came up with an idea on what one of the signs should have indicated. Thanks to EDBSS.
Former Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer saw this coming, saying in 2007 that T. Boone Pickens' riches were going to bring a winner to Oklahoma State. The Cowboys are No. 6 in the BCS and it's already being debated if this is the greatest Oklahoma State team ever. A victory Saturday over No. 1 Texas would make believers out of a lot of people.