Love is in the air.

It's that time of year again where men of the world are forced to purchase flowers, chocolates and dinners for their significant other out there.

Sure it could be considered a Hallmark holiday, but if you just try to show some "love" or give it some of your "heart," you may just have a good time.

With that said, sports and Valentine's Day can coexist.

If Kevin Love is your favorite player or Lovie Smith is your favorite NFL head coach, sports and Valentine's Day go together.

Let's go over some of the best Valentine's Day related names in sports:

Davis Love III (PGA)
Kevin Love (PF, Minnesota Timberwolves)
Kyle Love (DT, New England Patriots)
Ben Lovejoy (D, Pittsburgh Penguins)
Edwin Lovelady (NFL wide receiver, 1987)
Clyde Lovellette (NBA Hall of Famer)
Lovie Smith (former Chicago Bears head coach)
Brian Hartline (WR, Miami Dolphins)
Scott Hartnell (LW, Philadelphia Flyers)
Ben Hartsock (TE, Carolina Panthers)
Gabby Hartnett (MLB Hall of Famer)
Heartly “Hunk” Anderson (former NFL offensive lineman, 1922-25)
Ronnie Arrow (former college basketball coach, 1987-2012)
Hart Memorial Trophy (awarded annually to the NHL’s MVP)
Cory Hart (OF/1B, Milwaukee Brewers)
Dave Hart (University of Tennessee athletics director)
Dave Rose (BYU men’s basketball head coach)
Derrick Rose (PG, Chicago Bulls)
Jalen Rose (NBA guard/forward 1994-2007, current ESPN analyst)
Justin Rose (PGA)
Malik Rose (NBA forward, 1996-2009)
Pete Rose (MLB’s all-time hits leader)
Sage Rosenfels (NFL quarterback, 2002-11)
Ken Rosenthal (MLB reporter for FOX Sports and MLB Network)
Trevor Rosenthal (P, St. Louis Cardinals)
Pete Rozelle (NFL Hall of Famer, NFL commissioner from 1960-89)
Barry Melrose (former NHL player, head coach, current ESPN hockey analyst)