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  • A Weekend Of Inspiring Stories From Charlie Davies And Anthony Robles

    A Weekend Of Inspiring Stories From Charlie Davies And Anthony Robles

    Every once in a while the sporting world treats us to a story that is truly inspiring.  This weekend we were treated to two stories of such nature. The first comes from the NCAA Wrestling Championships on Saturday, where Anthony Robles of Arizona State defied the odds by defeating Iowa’s Matt McDonough in the finals […]

  • Kid Gets Showered With Broken Glass During QMJHL Game (Video)

    Kid Gets Showered With Broken Glass During QMJHL Game (Video)

    It has always been my personal opinion that front row seats to a hockey game are largely over-rated.  For starters, half of the arena is barely visible when you are seated right along the boards.  If you find yourself in one corner, the most incredible move or fight in hockey history could be taking place […]

  • 9 Lamest Excuses For Why Your NCAA Bracket Is In Shambles

    9 Lamest Excuses For Why Your NCAA Bracket Is In Shambles

    Well, the first weekend of the 2011 NCAA Tournament is in the books. Now you have to go to work and face your co-workers, who will not let you forget that you are currently in last place in the office pool, right behind the temp who filled out her whole bracket according to the cuteness/scariness […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 3/20/11 — P.K. Subban

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 3/20/11 — P.K. Subban

    With several of their regulars sitting out due to injuries, the Montreal Canadiens’ line-up during last night’s game against the Minnesota Wild closely resembled that of their farm team, the Hamilton Bulldogs.  It was the perfect time for one of their young up-and-comers to step up and seize the moment.  Rookie defenseman P.K. Subban would […]

  • The Most Pointless Treadmill Ever! (GIF)

    The Most Pointless Treadmill Ever! (GIF)

    I’m not going to hate on this contraption, but I am going to question its logic.  After all, what is the point of having a treadmill that moves forward as you walk on it?  Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of using a treadmill in the first place?  Wouldn’t it be easier to just walk without […]

  • 9 Biggest Crybabies in Sports

    9 Biggest Crybabies in Sports

    Allow me to clarify this title. It’s not about actually who actually cry (as we covered last week), but rather about men who simply won’t stop whining. People that won’t stop complaining about calls, bitch to the media about clubhouse affairs, etc. They are among the most destructive and obnoxious types of personalities, so we’ve […]

  • Battle Of The Great Stick Saves: Roloson vs. High School Kid (Videos)

    Battle Of The Great Stick Saves: Roloson vs. High School Kid (Videos)

    In the Red corner we have Tampa Bay goaltender Dwayne Roloson, who made this incredible diving stick save after the puck deflected off the skate of his own defenseman during last night’s game against the Montreal Canadiens.  The save helped keep the game scoreless with over five minutes remaining in the first period.  Roloson and […]

  • Picture Of The Day: You’re Doing It Wrong!

    Picture Of The Day: You’re Doing It Wrong!

    It may not be all that unreasonable to assume that this guy is the only male athlete in the world who is unaware of how to properly use a jockstrap.  One can only hope that the jockstrap he is learning with hasn’t already been properly used by someone before him.

  • The 9 Greatest Irish Athletes

    The 9 Greatest Irish Athletes

    I’ll be honest. We probably wouldn’t be running this list if it wasn’t St. Patrick’s Day. But it is, so we are. The history of Irish athletes is far from fabled. Despite the large population of Irish-Americans, only reside 4 million people on the Emerald Isle, so don’t get your hopes up for a smorgasbord […]

  • Hit-From-Behind, Coaches Fight Result In 86 Games In Suspensions (Video)

    Hit-From-Behind, Coaches Fight Result In 86 Games In Suspensions (Video)

    A total of 86 games in suspensions have been handed out by the Manitoba Junior Hockey League following a chaotic end to the Portage Terriers’ series-clinching victory over the Swan Valley Stampeders on Saturday. With the Terriers leading by a score of 4-1 and only seconds remaining in the Stampeders’ season, Swan Valley forward Jesse […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 3/16/11 — C.J. Miles

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 3/16/11 — C.J. Miles

    Since trading away All-Star point guard Deron Williams, things appear to have gone downhill quickly for the Utah Jazz.  A team that appeared to be sitting comfortably in a playoff spot, the Jazz now find themselves on the outside looking in.  Heading into last night’s game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Utah trailed the Memphis Grizzlies […]