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  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/5/2013 — Peyton Manning

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/5/2013 — Peyton Manning

    Entering the 2013 NFL season, Peyton Manning said he wanted to run an up-tempo offense in an attempt to maximize the number of plays he runs per game.  Many assumed that it would lead to an increase in offensive production from the Broncos quarterback, but I doubt anyone expected what they saw from the 37-year-old […]

  • 9 NFL Coaches Who Probably Won’t Have Jobs Come January

    9 NFL Coaches Who Probably Won’t Have Jobs Come January

    That’s right. This list is GUARANTEEING that every coach you see on this list will not only be fired from their respective teams come January, but will also fail to find gainful employment in any other walk of life, be it vending machine repairman, roofer, Secretary of Health and Human Services, or even CEO of […]

  • “World’s Strongest Man” Brian Shaw Deadlifts 975 Pounds (Video)

    “World’s Strongest Man” Brian Shaw Deadlifts 975 Pounds (Video)

    Ladies and gentlemen of planet Earth.  Meet your new World’s Strongest Man, Brian Shaw.  To demonstrate that title, Mr. Shaw recently shattered the existing record for weightlifting by hoisting a staggering 975 pounds. It happened at a recent event for feats of strength in China, and as you’ll see when you watch the video, the […]

  • Jordan Carver On A Jet Ski is Too Sexy Not To Watch (Video)

    Jordan Carver On A Jet Ski is Too Sexy Not To Watch (Video)

      Jordan Carver’s career as a model has taken her to all corners of the globe. But, surprisingly, it has never landed her on a jet ski. At least, that was until the last month or so, when Jordan had the opportunity to take a spin on a jet ski for her The Real Life […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 5th) — Jerry Rice

    This Day In Sports History (September 5th) — Jerry Rice

     It was on this day in 1994 that Jerry Rice recorded his 127th career touchdown, making him the NFL’s new all-time touchdown leader. Rice entered the 1994 season with a total of 124 touchdowns in his career (118 receiving, 6 rushing), and he kicked off the tenth season of his career in style, recording seven […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/4/2013 — Pablo Sandoval

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/4/2013 — Pablo Sandoval

    The 2013 MLB season has been quite the disappointment for the San Francisco Giants.  Less than one year after winning their second World Series in three years, they find themselves at the bottom of the NL West standings.  But Pablo Sandoval‘s performance last night should be enough to help them forget about this season’s struggles […]

  • 9 Best Teams In The NFL (According To Vegas)

    9 Best Teams In The NFL (According To Vegas)

    In theory, no one should have a better sense of the state of the NFL than Vegas, bookies, and the rest of the gambling community. They’re supposedly cold, calculating enterprises that treat the drama of sports in no higher regard than any other investment opportunity. While the bookies and sports books may be managed to […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 4th) — The Two-Point Conversion

    This Day In Sports History (September 4th) — The Two-Point Conversion

     It was on this day in 1994 that the first two-point conversion was scored in an NFL game.  It was scored by Cleveland Browns’ kicker Tom Tupa during the first week of the regular season. The American Football League had adopted the two-point conversion rule during its ten seasons, between 1960 and 1969, but the […]

  • Tiger Woods Followed By Daughter In Matching Outfit At TPC Boston (Video)

    Tiger Woods Followed By Daughter In Matching Outfit At TPC Boston (Video)

    By this point, Tiger Woods is probably used to being followed by throngs of people wherever he plays golf. But at the recent Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston, Tiger had a special follower among the masses: His daughter, Sam. It was a significant gesture from a member of Tiger’s family—albeit one who’s only six […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/3/2013 — Homer Bailey

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/3/2013 — Homer Bailey

    The St. Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds are currently sitting comfortably in the first and second wild card spots in the National League, but both teams are also in a battle to catch the Pittsburgh Pirates for top spot in the NL Central.  Last night it was the Reds who inched closer to the […]

  • Rugby Judge Makes Ridiculously Bad Call (Video)

    Rugby Judge Makes Ridiculously Bad Call (Video)

    Even if you don’t know the first thing about rugby, you’ll still be able to appreciate this blow call by a touch judge, which would make an NFL referee look like the HAL 9000. It’s a simple case of a player being out of bounds and not being called as such, but it’s the sheer […]

  • Man Sets Arm On Fire For Karate Stunt (Video)

    Man Sets Arm On Fire For Karate Stunt (Video)

    Practitioners of karate will tell you that the martial arts is a noble and proud tradition that is marked by self-control, gentility and respect. I’m not sure if anybody told that to the guy in this video, though, who accidentally lit himself on fire for a karate demonstration. To his credit, the guy (Dave Massender) […]

  • Danny Seigle Knocks Over Two Defenders With an Artful Crossover (Video)

    Danny Seigle Knocks Over Two Defenders With an Artful Crossover (Video)

    Over in the Philippines Basketball Association, Danny Seigle performed a maneuver that should please fans of cartoonish slapstick in basketball, as his “double-ankle-breaker” crossover sent not one, but two defenders tripping over each other’s feet. It’s a pretty satisfying move, and one that demonstrates a style of play that you don’t often see in the […]

  • 20 College Football Legends with Their Own Statues

    20 College Football Legends with Their Own Statues

    College football season is upon us. Thank God. In an age where the pro teams threaten their home towns with relocation in order to get citizens to build billion dollar stadiums, and where franchise icons will switch teams late in their career just to make $25 million instead of $20 million, college football gives us […]