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  • 9 College Basketball Teams with the Most National Championships

    9 College Basketball Teams with the Most National Championships

    In terms of seeds, last night’s NCAA men’s basketball national championship game between UConn and Kentucky wasn’t that exciting. With the Huskies a seven-seed and the Wildcats an eight-seed, the final game of the 2014 NCAA Tournament featured the highest combined seed total ever, which kind of makes you wonder why teams bother playing all […]

  • This Day In Sports History (April 8th) — Hank Aaron

    This Day In Sports History (April 8th) — Hank Aaron

    It was on this day in 1974 that Hank Aaron hit his 715th career home run.  Aaron broke Babe Ruth’s record, which stood for an incredible 39 years. Aaron hit his 713th home run on the second last day of the 1973 season, forcing him to wait all winter for his chance to tie, and […]

  • Oscar Pistorius Begins Testimony by Apologizing to Reeva Steenkamp’s Family

    Oscar Pistorius Begins Testimony by Apologizing to Reeva Steenkamp’s Family

    It’s been over a year since the world awoke to the shocking news that South African Olympic hero Oscar Pistorius had been arrested for murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. And while his trial has been underway for a little over two weeks—as you have no doubt already heard—it was not until today that the defense began its case and […]

  • 13 Greatest David Letterman Sports Moments

    13 Greatest David Letterman Sports Moments

    Last week, late night talk show legend David Letterman announced that, after 35 years on the air, he will retire some time in 2015. There are a lot of young people out there who probably have no idea what kind of impact Letterman has had on late night television. To them he’s just one of […]

  • This Day In Sports History (April 7th) — Toronto Blue Jays

    This Day In Sports History (April 7th) — Toronto Blue Jays

    It was on this day in 1977 that the Toronto Blue Jays played their first ever regular season game, as 44,649 fans packed Exhibition Stadium to watch the Jays take on the Chicago White Sox. This game was most remembered for the weather, as it was very cold and snowing at the time of the […]

  • This #WeWillRun Video Will Give You Goose Bumps

    This #WeWillRun Video Will Give You Goose Bumps

    Last April, terrorists detonated homemade bombs near the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon, killing three innocent people and maiming hundreds of others. It was a horrible tragedy, and at first the city was terrified. However, it didn’t take long for the mourning and terror to unite the people of Boston and make them […]

  • The 20 Best-Selling Jerseys in Major League Baseball Right Now

    The 20 Best-Selling Jerseys in Major League Baseball Right Now

    At the start of every MLB season, baseball writers and bloggers of all stripes produce lists of the best players in the game, whether it’s to help people select players for their fantasy league or simply to start debates. However, the average fan doesn’t pay much attention to such analyses. They like who they like, […]

  • Footage Possibly Shows Skydiver Narrowly Missed by Metorite (Video)

    Footage Possibly Shows Skydiver Narrowly Missed by Metorite (Video)

    When you go skydiving, you’re almost certainly aware of a wide variety of risks that you’re braving in order to experience the sensation of pure free-fall.  For instance, your parachute could fail to deploy or a bad wind gust could send you helicoptering out of control. But one scenario that skydivers probably don’t consider when […]

  • This Day In Sports History (April 4th) — Wayne Gretzky

    This Day In Sports History (April 4th) — Wayne Gretzky

    It was on this day in 1986 that Wayne Gretzky broke the record for most points in a single season by recording his 213th point of the campaign.  He would go on to record two more points that season, setting the new mark at 215 points. Gretzky held the previous record of 212 points, which […]

  • 30 GIFS that Capture the Madness of the 2014 NCAA Tournament

    30 GIFS that Capture the Madness of the 2014 NCAA Tournament

    The 2014 NCAA Tournament is not over yet. The Final Four goes down on Saturday, with the National Championship game scheduled for Monday. However, unlike just about every other major sports tournament on earth, with this one the final rounds are an afterthought. It’s the utter madness of the first week, with all the upsets […]