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  • 9 Most Loathsome Coaches Of The NCAA Tournament

    9 Most Loathsome Coaches Of The NCAA Tournament

    A big sporting event is on deck today, so amid all the celebration, excitement, and pride, let’s not forget to do what we do best as sports fans, which is hate things for no particular reason. Well, in the case of some of these NCAA Tournament coaches, there are great reasons to hate them. But […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 21st) — UCLA Bruins

    This Day In Sports History (March 21st) — UCLA Bruins

    It was on this day in 1964 that the UCLA Bruins’ men’s basketball team beat Duke by a score of 98-83 to win the NCAA Division I championship, and complete their perfect 30-0 season. At the time, the Bruins became only the forth team in NCAA men’s basketball history to record a perfect season.  The […]

  • Rob Ford High-Stepping Is Hilarious (Video)

    Rob Ford High-Stepping Is Hilarious (Video)

    Here’s a breaking news story from Toronto City Hall: Mayor Rob Ford was captured high-stepping on camera, and it was hilarious. The high-stepping was presumably for exercise, but I’m starting to suspect he did it because a camera was nearby, and he suffers from a terrible affliction that renders him unable to stop himself from doing […]

  • ‘Happy Gilmore’ Gets 8-Bit Treatment by Cinefix (Video)

    ‘Happy Gilmore’ Gets 8-Bit Treatment by Cinefix (Video)

    It’s a given that Happy Gilmore is pretty much unarguably in the top tier of Adam Sandler movies, but there’s been one thing holding it back from true greatness: it was never turned into an 8-bit video game. Now, Cinefix has given us a look at what such a game might look like in their […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 20th) — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    This Day In Sports History (March 20th) — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    It was on this day in 1990 that the Los Angeles Lakers retired Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s No. 33.  It is one of seven numbers at the moment to be retired by the Lakers’ organization. Kareem had one of the greatest careers in NBA history, as he held the record for points scored, games played, minutes played, […]

  • 9 Reasons Why the NCAA Tournament Is the Greatest Sporting Event on Earth

    9 Reasons Why the NCAA Tournament Is the Greatest Sporting Event on Earth

    Thank our lucky stars, the NCAA tournament is back. Which means about a hundred million Americans can shamelessly hop on the college basketball bandwagon for the next two weeks all because of a little blessing called a “bracket.” So everyone, hurry out there and root for your picks before 14 seeds decide to just sweep […]

  • Perfect Game!!! 81-Year-Old Man Bowls his First 300 (Video)

    Perfect Game!!! 81-Year-Old Man Bowls his First 300 (Video)

    Bowling is one of the few sports (if not the only one) in which true perfection is not only possible, but achieved on a pretty regular basis. But it’s still a huge deal when an 81-year-old bowler manages to score a perfect 300 game (and for the first time in his life, at that). And best […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 19) — Brett Hull

    This Day In Sports History (March 19) — Brett Hull

    It was on this day in 1991 that Brett Hull became only the second player in NHL history to score 80 goals in a season.  Hull finished the year with 86 goals – the third most all-time, behind only Wayne Gretzky’s 92 in 1981-82 and Gretzky’s 87 in 1983-84.  Brett also became only the fifth […]

  • Shark Attack While Lionfish Hunting in Caribbean Caught on GoPro Cam (Video)

    Shark Attack While Lionfish Hunting in Caribbean Caught on GoPro Cam (Video)

    You may not have heard, but apparently there are too many lionfish in the Caribbean.  How many is too many, you ask?  According to the National Centers for Coastal Oceans Science, that number would be somewhere around 1,000 lionfish per square acre.  As a result, the Caribbean ecosystem has experienced a rather siginificant decline in the […]

  • 9 Biggest March Madness Cinderellas

    9 Biggest March Madness Cinderellas

    With St. Patrick’s Day being celebrated for the past three days or so, and Warren Buffett’s name back in the news, it’s clearly time for March Madness, the annual event in which people with little to no understanding of sports take home their office tourney jackpot, having gotten lucky on a couple dark horses that […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 18th) – Michael Jordan

    This Day In Sports History (March 18th) – Michael Jordan

    It was on this day in 1995 that Michael Jordan announced he would be returning to the NBA.  Jordan came back to the Bulls donning the number 45, as his familiar number 23 had already been retired following his initial retirement. In his two years away from basketball, MJ embarked on a baseball career.  He […]

  • 9 Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs of All Time

    9 Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs of All Time

    Every year the NCAA Tournament selection committee has it’s decisions scrutinized and questioned. However, the draw they came up with for the 2014 installment of March Madness has proven to be more controversial than most. For starters, Louisville is a No. 4 seed—which means the committee thinks they’re no better than 13th in the nation—despite […]

  • Playboy Model Liz Dickson Suing Over Ass Cheek Golf Swing Mishap (Video)

    Playboy Model Liz Dickson Suing Over Ass Cheek Golf Swing Mishap (Video)

    There are certain professional hazards associated with being a Playboy model—frequent martini consumption, copious airbrushing, the possibility of having sex with Hugh Hefner. But one thing no one should have to put up with is getting smacked in the ass with a golf club, which is exactly what happened to Liz Dickson at a 2012 […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 17th) — Bell Centre

    This Day In Sports History (March 17th) — Bell Centre

    It was on this day in 1996 that the Montreal Canadiens played the first game in their new arena, the Molson Centre.  The Canadiens hosted the New York Rangers and beat them by a score of 4-2. The arena was named after Molson, Inc., a brewing company that owned the team at the time the […]