Lookin’ at You, Sweaty Steve: It’s normal for guys to sweat, especially in the middle of a hardcore lifting session or a tough pedal on the bike. But some guys seem to sweat puddles, just by sitting there doing nothing. Sound familiar? You might have hyperhidrosis, the clinical term for excessive sweating, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. But fear not, gents: There are plenty of steps you can take to stem the tide, like avoiding foods that make you sweat (such as spicy foods or caffeine-loaded drinks) and wearing loose-fitting clothes that will help wick away sweat. [The Wall Street Journal]
Alternatively: You can invest in these top-quality antiperspirants for men, or these 15 deodorants for men.
The NCAA Is Not Happy, You Guys: The NCAA has vowed to get to the bottom of things after an anonymous Twitter user spared college basketball fans from a two-hour marathon of watching Charles Barkley fumble his way across a touchscreen on Selection Sunday. “We go to great lengths to prevent the tournament field from being revealed early,” the NCAA said in a statement. “We take this matter seriously and we are looking into it.” [ESPN]
FIFA Cracks Down: The world’s governing soccer/football body banned Leslie Sedibe, the former chief executive of the South African Football Association (SAFA), for five years as part of an investigation into a match-fixing scandal related to the 2010 World Cup. FIFA also banned two SAFA referees’ chiefs, Steve Goddard and Adeel Carelse, for two years. [BBC Sport]
Shinzi Okazaki: The Leicester striker notched a beauty of a goal off a bicycle kick against Newcastle United on Monday night to secure a 1-0 victory for the Foxes with only eight games left in the Premier League schedule. [Men’s Fitness]
Iditarod: Musher Dallas Seavey won his third consecutive Iditarod race, crossing the line in Nome in 8 days, 11 hours, 20 minutes, and 16 seconds early Tuesday morning. It’s the fastest any team has ever completed the race. He narrowly beat his father, Mitch, who has three Iditarod wins himself. [KTVA News]