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  • This Day In Sports History (January 15th) — Super Bowl I

    This Day In Sports History (January 15th) — Super Bowl I

    It was on this day that the first ever Super Bowl took place.  At the time, it was referred to as the First AFL-NFL World Championship Game. The First ever Super Bowl was played in Los Angeles, California, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.  The two teams taking part in the game were the NFL […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/14/2014 — Al Jefferson

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/14/2014 — Al Jefferson

    The New York Knicks entered Tuesday with a five-game winning streak in tact, but they would run into a big problem against Big Al Jefferson and the Charlotte Bobcats. Big Al led all scorers on the evening with 35 points, and he would add eight rebounds, two assists, one steal, and one block, as the […]

  • The 9 Best NFL Playoff Rivalries

    The 9 Best NFL Playoff Rivalries

    This weekend, NFL fans will be treated to two amazing Conference Championship Games. In the NFC it’s the NFL’s newest rivalry—and currently it’s best—with Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks hosting Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. Meanwhile, in the AFC, it’s Tom Brady and the New England Patriots vs. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos—perhaps better known as Brady-Manning […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 14th) – Miami Dolphins

    This Day In Sports History (January 14th) – Miami Dolphins

    It was on this day in 1973 that Super Bowl VII took place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California.  The Miami Dolphins took on the Washington Redskins and were trying to complete their season with a perfect 17-0 record. The Dolphins entered the game at 16-0, as they went 14-0 in […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/13/2014 — Carmelo Anthony

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/13/2014 — Carmelo Anthony

    After a terrible start to the 2013-14 NBA season, the New York Knicks may have finally found their game.  They entered last night’s contest against the Phoenix Suns having won four in a row, and they extended that streak to five thanks to the play of Carmelo Anthony. Much like he’s done throughout the course […]

  • Adam LaRoche and 17 Other Pro Athletes Who Kill Animals in Their Spare Time

    Adam LaRoche and 17 Other Pro Athletes Who Kill Animals in Their Spare Time

    Last week, Washington Nationals first baseman Adam LaRoche made headlines across the interwebs after a Facebook pic of him holding a dead mountain lion—which he had just killed—went viral. As you would expect, some people denounced LaRoche for slaughtering such a beautiful, majestic creature when he could have given it a hug, while others praised […]

  • This Day In Sports History (January 13th) — Dominique Wilkins

    This Day In Sports History (January 13th) — Dominique Wilkins

    It was on this day in 2001 that the Atlanta Hawks retired the #21 formerly worn by forward Dominique Wilkins.  Wilkins joined Lou Hudson and Bob Pettit as the only Hawks to have their number retired. Dominique Wilkins attended the University of Georgia and was selected third overall in the 1982 NBA Draft by the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/12/2014 — Jonas Hiller

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/12/2014 — Jonas Hiller

    The Anaheim Ducks entered last night’s game having yet to lose at home in regulation this season.  And not even a visit from one of the NHL’s best road teams, the Detroit Red Wings, could put a blemish on their record at the Honda Center, thanks to the stellar play of Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller. […]

  • Stewart Cink’s Tan Line is Ridiculously Bad (Photo)

    Stewart Cink’s Tan Line is Ridiculously Bad (Photo)

    Stewart Cink is currently taking part in the PGA Tour’s Sony Open in Honolulu, Hawaii, and let’s just say that the 40-year-old golfer is doing one heck of a job protecting his head from the incredibly strong sun. In fact, one could argue that he’s doing too good of  job.  Check it out: Once this […]

  • 9 Reasons Why We Won’t Miss the BCS

    9 Reasons Why We Won’t Miss the BCS

    It’s finally over. The long national nightmare that was the BCS is no more. In 2014, we enter the era of the College Football Playoff. Of course, we’ll eventually come to complain about that, too, because sports fans like complaining almost as much as this writer likes hyperbole. But for now we’re at peace, and […]

  • Ski Jumping Through the Lens of a GoPro Cam (Video)

    Ski Jumping Through the Lens of a GoPro Cam (Video)

    GoPro cameras can provide stunning footage of many athletic activities, like snowboarding, mountain biking, and cliff jumping. And now you can add ski jumping to that list, thanks to the following promotional video from GoPro, which features an incredible look at Norwegian ski jumper Anders Jacobsen during a training run in Lillehammer. Check it out:

  • This Day In Sports History (January 10th) — Jimmy Johnson

    This Day In Sports History (January 10th) — Jimmy Johnson

    It was on this day in 1996 that the Miami Dolphins announced Jimmy Johnson as their new head coach.  Johnson replaced legendary Dolphins coach Don Shula, who’s tenure lasted 26 years with the Miami organization. Before accepting the job with the Dolphins, Johnson led the Dallas Cowboys to back-to-back Super Bowl titles in 1992 and […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 1/8/2014 — Justin Fontaine

    Stat Line of the Night — 1/8/2014 — Justin Fontaine

    Through the first 38 games of his NHL career, Minnesota Wild right winger Justin Fontaine had scored a respectable eight goals.  In game 39 of his NHL career, he added three more to his career totals. Despite seeing only 13:23 of ice time, Fontaine was still able to record his first career hat-trick.  And those […]