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  • 9 Biggest Sports Meltdowns, Temper Tantrums, and Blowups

    9 Biggest Sports Meltdowns, Temper Tantrums, and Blowups

    Emotions run sky-high in sports, so it’s not hard to scroll through hundreds of instances of mouthing off and water cooler-tossing. Sometimes these tirades are scathing beratings, hilarious acts of violence against inanimate objects, and, at their worst, episodes of “When Animals Attack.” I chose a smattering of all three types because variety is the […]

  • Madden ’12 Cover Bracket Illustrates How Much The Seahawks Suck (Pic)

    Madden ’12 Cover Bracket Illustrates How Much The Seahawks Suck (Pic)

    EA Sports has taken an interesting approach towards picking their Madden ’12 cover boy this season.  Taking a page from the NCAA Tournament, they have decided to create a bracket-style tournament of their own, with one representative from each of the NFL’s 32 teams taking part for a chance to grace the cover of the […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 3/21/11 — Dwight Howard

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 3/21/11 — Dwight Howard

    With the NBA playoffs less than a month away, now is the time to get hot and put a winning streak together.  The Orlando Magic had the perfect opportunity to do just that, as they entered last night’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers having won their last two games.  They would make it three in […]

  • Alyse Lahti Johnston Is Tiger Woods’ New Woman

    Alyse Lahti Johnston Is Tiger Woods’ New Woman

    Tiger Woods has a new woman in his life, but unlike the many others that have been unveiled over the course of the past year, this one is actually a legitimate girlfriend, rather than an over-priced sex partner. Alyse Lahti Johnston, a 22-year-old student at Northwood University’s West Palm Beach campus, has recently been identified […]

  • Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — Stoner vs. White — 3/20/11

    Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — Stoner vs. White — 3/20/11

    The Montreal Canadiens easily won the game by a score of 8-1 last night, but the Minnesota Wild’s Clayton Stoner would make sure that they wouldn’t win the war in a similar fashion, thanks to two devastating hits and a spirited fight with minor-league call-up Ryan White. With the Habs being hit hard by the […]

  • 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 […]

  • Picture Of The Day: The Greatest Mullet In Sports History?

    Picture Of The Day: The Greatest Mullet In Sports History?

    Plenty of Montreal Canadiens fans made the journey to the Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota to cheer on their team during last night’s game against the Wild.  Among the Habs fans in attendance to celebrate their club’s 8-1 victory was this guy, who appears to have already gotten a head start on his playoff mullet. […]

  • 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 […]

  • Sports Reporter Inches Away From Being Hit By Car On Live TV (Video)

    Sports Reporter Inches Away From Being Hit By Car On Live TV (Video)

    San Diego State won their first ever NCAA Tournament game on Thursday by beating Colorado State, 68-50, and while the Aztecs were happy to see their March Madness title hopes remain alive, San Diego sports reporter Ben Higgins was just happy to be alive, period. While reporting on the victory in Tuscon, Arizona, disaster nearly […]

  • 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 […]

  • Is Elano’s 40-Meter Free Kick Soccer’s Goal Of The Year (Video)

    Is Elano’s 40-Meter Free Kick Soccer’s Goal Of The Year (Video)

    Most soccer players wouldn’t even think about having an attempt on goal from 40 meters out, but most soccer players can’t kick a ball quite like Elano Blumer. The Brazilian international was showing off his range during a Copa Libertadores match against Colo Colo, as he let loose on a lengthy free-kick that whistled through […]

  • Blake Griffin Scores The Greatest Basket That Never Counted (Video)

    Blake Griffin Scores The Greatest Basket That Never Counted (Video)

    The Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin has scored several highlight reel baskets that have counted thus far in his rookie season, but his most incredible basket may very well be the one that didn’t count during last night’s game against the Phoenix Suns. With four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter and his team trailing […]

  • 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 […]