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  • Jesus Ran the New York City Marathon With His Cross (Photos)

    Jesus Ran the New York City Marathon With His Cross (Photos)

    According to Christians, Jesus Christ was capable of many things, like walking on water, healing the blind, and raising the dead.  But could he run a 26.2 mile marathon in bare feet with a cross strapped onto his back? Makoto Takeuchi of Chiba, Japan, set out to accomplish that Jeasus-like-feat during the 2013 New York […]

  • 9 Most Insufferable Things About “Red Sox Nation”

    9 Most Insufferable Things About “Red Sox Nation”

    It’s safe to say that there’s no fan base that comes close to getting the attention of (and making as much noise as) Red Sox Nation. It’s like if Packers fans won the lottery, moved to Miami, and got a reality show. And the recent championship for Boston means that these guys aren’t going anywhere […]

  • This Day In Sports History (November 4th) — New York Yankees

    This Day In Sports History (November 4th) — New York Yankees

    It was on this day in 2009 that the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies played game six of the World Series.  The Yankees defeated Philadelphia 7-3 to capture the franchise’s 27th World Series title. Game six saw a pitching battle of two future Hall-Of-Famers, as Andy Pettitte took to the mound for the Yankees […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 11/3/2013 — Nick Foles

    Stat Line of the Night — 11/3/2013 — Nick Foles

    When Peyton Manning tied the NFL record for most touchdowns in a single game on the opening night of the 2013 regular season, some of us may have been somewhat surprised, but it’s doubtful that anyone was overly shocked.  After all, the man had already thrown for 436 touchdowns during his career and is considered […]

  • This Day In Sports History (November 1st) — NBA

    This Day In Sports History (November 1st) — NBA

    It was on this day in 1946 that the New York Knicks beat the Toronto Huskies 68-66 in a game played at Maple Leaf Gardens.  This game is recognized as the first official game of what is now known as the National Basketball Association.  Prior to 1949 the league was known as the BAA, which […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/31/2013 — Chris Paul

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/31/2013 — Chris Paul

    After enduring a loss to the Lakers in their home-opener on Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Clippers were looking to get into the win column for the first time this season on Thursday when they hosted the Golden State Warriors.  And they would do just that, thanks to an impressive offensive performance from Chris Paul. […]

  • 25 GIFs That Will Make You Hate The Miami Heat More Than You Do Already

    25 GIFs That Will Make You Hate The Miami Heat More Than You Do Already

    Well, the 2013-14 NBA season is officially underway, and everyone is pretty excited. There’s just one problem: LeBron James and the Miami Heat are the favorites to win it all. Again. Does that thought put a scowl on your face? Yeah, you’re not alone. For a variety of reasons, the Miami Heat are one of the […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 31st) — 1908 Olympics

    This Day In Sports History (October 31st) — 1908 Olympics

    It was on this day in 1908 that the closing ceremonies for the Summer Olympic Games in London, England were held.  The 1908 Olympic Games began on April 27, with 110 events taking place in 22 different sports.  These games marked the beginning of the Fourth Olympiad. The 1908 Olympic Games were officially opened by […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/30/2013 — Shane Victorino

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/30/2013 — Shane Victorino

    Not since 1918 have the Boston Red Sox won a World Series championship at home.  That long streak of futility ended last night, when the Sox clinched their third World Series title in the last ten years by taking down the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 6.  And while this victory may have been a […]

  • 35 Sexy NFL Cheerleader Halloween Costumes [2013 Edition]

    35 Sexy NFL Cheerleader Halloween Costumes [2013 Edition]

    There are a handful of things you can count on to happen every year around this time. One, you will eat way more candy in a five-day period than any grown adult ever should. Two, Hollywood will release a handful of hastily-put-together horror movie sequels. Three, the hardworking cheerleading squads of the NFL will don […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 30th) — Rumble In The Jungle

    This Day In Sports History (October 30th) — Rumble In The Jungle

    It was on this day in 1974 that Muhammad Ali took on heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman in Kinshasa, Zaire.  Until this day, the fight is still referred to by most as “The Rumble in the Jungle.” Foremen entered the fight with the WBC, WBA and The Ring Heavyweight titles after defeating Joe Frazier via […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/29/2013 — Phil Kessel

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/29/2013 — Phil Kessel

    Nine games into the 2013-14 NHL season, Toronto Maple Leafs winger Phil Kessel had just two goals during what many were describing as a very slow start for the 26-year-old sniper.  Just four games later, Kessel is sitting in third in the league with nine goals scored, and second in the league with a total […]

  • A Brief Look at Hip-Hop’s Venture Into the Art World

    A Brief Look at Hip-Hop’s Venture Into the Art World

    From the moment it originated in South Bronx during the 1970s, hip-hop culture and the music that has made it so popular has taken on several artistic forms, including music videos and graffiti, to name just a few. Here to provide us all with a more detailed look at how hip-hop has ventured into the […]

  • 17 NHL Players You Just Want to Punch in the Face

    17 NHL Players You Just Want to Punch in the Face

    You know what I love about hockey? I love the way certain players just piss me off. I know that sounds crazy, but I really do. “Hating” other teams and players, which isn’t real hate (usually), is fun. It gets your blood pumping and your juices flowing, and that makes you feel alive. Can players […]