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  • Another F-Bomb Tirade From an LFL Coach (Video)

    Another F-Bomb Tirade From an LFL Coach (Video)

    The NFL is no stranger to mic’ing up players and coaches during games, but they also tend to do their part to bleep out or completely eliminate any expletives from making it on air, thus, ensuring that their broadcasts remain safe for younger ears. As for the Legends Football League, well, let’s just say that they don’t […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/20/2013 — Patrick Corbin

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/20/2013 — Patrick Corbin

    After putting together a 6-8 record and a 4.54 ERA in 17 starts during his rookie season in 2012, much was expected out of Patrick Corbin entering this year, but no one could have expected what we’ve seen thus far. Entering last night’s game against the Colorado Rockies, the 23-year-old lefty had a 6-0 record […]

  • The 9 Greatest Trash Talking Moments In NBA History

    The 9 Greatest Trash Talking Moments In NBA History

    The National Basketball Association has a proud tradition of trash talking that no amount of personal fouls or game ejections can obscure. But just like with other more athletic aspects of the game, some players are more skilled at trash talk than others. Sometimes even the coaches get in on it, like Pacers’ coach Frank […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 20th) — Mike Piazza

    This Day In Sports History (May 20th) — Mike Piazza

    It was on this day in 2008 that Oakland Athletics catcher Mike Piazza officially announced his retirement.  Piazza was somewhat forced into retirement, as no team offered him a contract for the 2008 season. Piazza began his career with the Los Angeles Dodgers, where he would spend his first seven seasons, taking home the National […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/19/2013 — Miguel Cabrera

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/19/2013 — Miguel Cabrera

    It’s not often that we award the “Stat Line of the Night” to a player on the losing team, but it also isn’t everyday that you see a Major Leaguer put together a three-home-run game in a losing effort.  That is exactly what Miguel Cabrera of the Detroit Tigers did last night, as he went […]

  • 9 Crazy Fans from the 2013 NBA Playoffs

    9 Crazy Fans from the 2013 NBA Playoffs

    The word “fan” is a shortened form of the word “fanatic,” so it stands to reason that sports fans are pretty crazy. But there’s always a few in the bunch that take their crazy fan antics above an beyond the norm. Add the playoffs to the mix, and you’re bound to see some pretty weird […]

  • Check Out This Incredible Office Hole-In-One Putt (Video)

    Check Out This Incredible Office Hole-In-One Putt (Video)

    Setting up an elaborate mini putt course at the office? Sounds like a great idea for a Friday afternoon when the boss is away. I’m sure it’s been done many times. However, most of the time the employees aren’t going to goof off and then post the footage on YouTube. It’s a sure-fire way to […]

  • This Video of an Acrobatic Rodeo Clown Will Make Your Day (Video)

    This Video of an Acrobatic Rodeo Clown Will Make Your Day (Video)

    I always thought rodeo clowns were like the cheerleaders of rodeos, just there to distract the bulls when riders fall and then keep the crowd entertained in between events. However, it turns out that they actually have rodeo clown competitions at rodeos now. They call such events “freestyle bullfighting,” but basically they’re just guys dressed […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 17th) — David Wells

    This Day In Sports History (May 17th) — David Wells

    It was on this day in 1998 that David Wells pitched the 15th perfect game in baseball history.  Wells accomplished the feat against the Minnesota Twins in a game played at Yankee stadium. This was the first regular season perfect game in the storied history of the New York Yankees and the second in team […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/16/2013 — Zdeno Chara

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/16/2013 — Zdeno Chara

    Zdeno Chara’s biggest impact on a hockey game is usually his defensive play and his physicality, however, he has been getting the job done in the offensive zone as well thus far this post-season, and he continued that trend during Game One of the Bruins’ second-round series against the New York Rangers. Chara opened the […]

  • The 13 Best Game 7s in the History of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

    The 13 Best Game 7s in the History of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

    This week we were treated to two Game 7s in the Stanely Cup Playoffs. One of them was between the Rangers and Capitals; the other was between the Bruins and Leafs. And while the former was a boring blowout—sorry, Capitals fans—the latter, on first glance, was an all-time classic. Or at least it that’s how […]

  • Viktor Troicki Has a Tennis Tirade for the Ages at the Rome Masters (Video)

    Viktor Troicki Has a Tennis Tirade for the Ages at the Rome Masters (Video)

    Tennis tirades are fairly common. Unlike team sports, where responsibility for wins and losses is shared, in tennis all the pressure falls on one person. And, quite understandably, sometimes they buckle. That being said, some players have become legends for taking tirades to another level. John McEnroe is obviously the best example, and Serena Williams […]

  • Dunk Fail: Florida Student’s Jam Goes Horribly Wrong (Video)

    Dunk Fail: Florida Student’s Jam Goes Horribly Wrong (Video)

    Most NBA players make dunking a basketball look so easy, but believe me when I tell you that it’s not.  In addition to being tall enough with a high enough vertical to actually reach the basket in the first place, you also have to be able to grip the ball with one hand and your timing has […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 16th) — Michael Jordan

    This Day In Sports History (May 16th) — Michael Jordan

    It was on this day in 1985 that Michael Jordan was named the NBA rookie of the year.  He would beat out the likes of Charles Barkley, Hakeem Olajuwon, Sam Perkins and Sam Bowie to win the prestigious award. Jordan averaged an incredible 28.2 points, 6.5 rebounds, 5.9 assists and 2.4 steals per game that […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/15/2013 — Zach Randolph

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/15/2013 — Zach Randolph

    The Memphis Grizzlies had the opportunity to close out their series with the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game Five last night.  Doing so would earn them a spot in the NBA’s Western Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history, and that is exactly what they did. Leading the way for the Grizzlies was […]