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  • 25 Hot Crimson Tide Fans

    25 Hot Crimson Tide Fans

    If you happened to catch the first quarter of the BCS National Championship Game the other night, then you know that ESPN commentator Brent Musburger took it upon himself to let the world know just how hot AJ McCarron’s girlfriend is. But while I certainly agreed with the guy on his main point, I couldn’t […]

  • Kenyan Runner Attacked by Spectator, Still Wins the Race (Video)

    Kenyan Runner Attacked by Spectator, Still Wins the Race (Video)

    Everyone knows that Kenyans dominate the running world. I mean, a Kenyan man has won 20 of the last 25 Boston Marathons. And the women have won 9 of the last 13. So yeah, for whatever reason, Kenyans are simply the best distance runners in the world. But if you really want to know just […]

  • Brazilian Prostitutes Are Getting Ready for the World Cup by Learning English

    Brazilian Prostitutes Are Getting Ready for the World Cup by Learning English

    Prostitution is legal in Brazil, as it is in many western nations. However, unlike some other countries, where certain laws have been enacted to keep prostitution very discreet and secretive, in Brazil the government almost encourages it by providing a number of helpful resources for prostitutes. For a while, the government even had a website […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/8/2013 — Nikola Pekovic

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/8/2013 — Nikola Pekovic

    With Kevin Love sideline due to a fractured right hand, the Minnesota Timberwolves will need someone to replace his 18.3 points  and 14.0 rebounds per game.  During last night’s game against the Atlanta Hawks, that someone was center Nikola Peckovic. Peckovic was a monster on the boards, as he pulled down a total of 18 […]

  • 21 Ill-Advised Sports Tattoos

    21 Ill-Advised Sports Tattoos

    Remember last week, when we told you about the rather interesting tattoo New York Jets coach Rex Ryan showed off on his Christmas vacation in the Bahamas? Well, that got me thinking: where does Ryan’s tattoo of his wife in a Mark Sanchez jersey rank in the pantheon of ill-advised sports tattoos? Now, by “ill-advised” […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/7/2013 — A.J. McCarron

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/7/2013 — A.J. McCarron

    A.J. McCarron entered last night’s BCS National Championship Game looking to become the first starting quarterback in NCAA history to lead his team to back-to-back national titles.  Three other quarterback had the opportunity to accomplish that feat, but each of them lost during their second trip to the national championship game (Florida State’s Chris Weinke, […]

  • 9 Longest NBA Winning Streaks

    9 Longest NBA Winning Streaks

    After witnessing an incredible 20-game streak on behalf of the 2012 San Antonio Spurs, and the recent 17-game streak of the Los Angeles Clippers, the Longest NBA Winning Streaks deserve a closer look. It’s a daunting task to list the precise machinations of what constitutes a winning-streak team; that great lining-up of stars that synergizes […]

  • I Bet You’ve Never Seen a Track Brawl Before (Video)

    I Bet You’ve Never Seen a Track Brawl Before (Video)

    In my day I’ve seen baseball brawls, soccer brawls, basketball brawls, and of course, hockey brawls. Heck, I’ve even seen some rugby brawls and a lacrosse brawl, or two. However, one thing I have never seen is a track brawl…until now. We don’t know too much about the video you’re about to see. We know it’s […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/6/2013 — Anquan Boldin

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/6/2013 — Anquan Boldin

    The Baltimore Ravens played host to the Indianapolis Colts during yesterday afternoon’s highly anticipated AFC Wild Card match-up, and while most eyes were on Ray Lewis, who was playing in his final home game as a Raven, it was Anquan Boldin who was the star of the show. Boldin hasn’t had all that much success […]

  • 9 NFL Playoff Predictions

    9 NFL Playoff Predictions

    Just as the snow stops being magic and becomes a consistent menace from a cruel sky, just as the Salvation Army guy asking for charity at the mall door becomes the angry dude in a Volvo giving the finger in the mall parking lot, just as great food becomes stubborn waist-line, just as it would […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 4th) – LSU Tigers

    This Day In Sports History (January 4th) – LSU Tigers

    It was on this day in 2004 that the Sugar Bowl took place at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The LSU Tigers defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 21-14 to capture the university’s second BCS National Championship. Both teams entered the game with identical 12-1 records and were thought by many to be very evenly matched.  […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/3/2013 — Kenjon Barner

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/3/2013 — Kenjon Barner

    There are a few Oregon Ducks who deserve consideration for Thursday’s “Stat Line of the Night.”  For starters, there’s quarterback Mark Mariota, who threw for two touchdowns and ran for another during the Ducks’ 35-17 victory over Kansas State at the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, Arizona.  And then there was DeAnthony Thomas, who was responsible […]

  • 9 Most Delusional NFL Fanbases

    9 Most Delusional NFL Fanbases

    All serious sports fans are delusional to some extent. Do you think that anyone put any rational thoughts into being a Winnipeg Jets or Charlotte Bobcats fan? No, of course not. They made that decision because they’re probably geographically close to that team’s city or liked the colors as a kid, or had a favorite […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/2/2013 — Tim Duncan

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/2/2013 — Tim Duncan

    Upon first glance, it may appear as though LeBron James‘ 32 points, 12 rebounds, nine assists, three steals and one block qualify as the most impressive stat line from last night’s NBA action, but the Miami Heat superstar needed 42 minutes–including overtime–to record those numbers.  As for Tim Duncan, he needed just 34 minutes to […]

  • 9 Most Shocking Coach Firings of All Time

    9 Most Shocking Coach Firings of All Time

    In the wake of the NFL’s “Black Monday,” where seven NFL head coaches rang in 2013 on the unemployment line the mind wanders to silver linings, assurances to the losers that as bad as it is, they could have lost a lot worse. To anyone that thought Andy Reid’s let go was unfair, or that […]