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  • Andy Reid Was One Giant 13-Year-Old Boy (Video)

    Andy Reid Was One Giant 13-Year-Old Boy (Video)

    After taking a look at this footage of a young 13-year-old Andy Reid tower over the other, normal-sized 13-year-old boys during a punt, pass and kick competition, I can’t help but wonder whether the 1996 movie “Jack” was inspired by the young Philadelphia Eagles head coach (in case you forgot what the movie “Jack” was […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 11/7/10 — Philip Rivers

    The Stat Line of the Night — 11/7/10 — Philip Rivers

    There is no doubt that the Houston Texans are a much-improved team this year, but they have one glaring weakness…pass defense.  Philip Rivers was more than happy to exploit that weakness all day yesterday.  He is the league’s leading passer and he showed why this was such a tough matchup for the hapless Houston secondary.  […]

  • Texas Middle School Pulls Off Unthinkable Trick Play (Video)

    Texas Middle School Pulls Off Unthinkable Trick Play (Video)

    The game of football has provided some amazing trick plays at all levels, from Pee Wee to the pros, and this one pulled off by Driscoll Middle School in Corpus Christi, Texas is certainly among the best of them. Looking to catch their opposition off guard, the center snaps the ball over his should in […]

  • Gina Carano Strip Tease (GIF)

    Gina Carano Strip Tease (GIF)

    Sexiest woman in sports?  I guess you can say that about Gina Carano.  After all, what could be sexier than a gorgeous female with a smoking hot body that is capable of giving you the roughest ground-and-pound you have ever experienced in your life?  Just look at that smile on her face as she wiggles […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Looks Like Russia Created A New Sport

    Picture Of The Day: Looks Like Russia Created A New Sport

    So what should we call it?  I was thinking something along the lines of “Rockin’ Soccer.” As for the rules, I believe every player is required to play a couple of riffs after each shot.  And as you would probably imagine, goal celebrations include headbanging, flashing the devil horns, and in some cases, you may […]

  • 2010 NFL Weekly Locks: Week 9

    2010 NFL Weekly Locks: Week 9

    It was another rough week for our picks as neither the Titans, nor the Steelers could come through in the underdog position.  Meanwhile, in Kansas City, two teams that had been scoring points at a torrid pace couldn’t have picked a worse time to have their offenses stall.  The only bright spot of the weekend […]

  • Premature Celebration (GIF)

    Premature Celebration (GIF)

    The number one rule in any sport is that you always play hard until the end, whether that end is marked by a whistle, buzzer, bell, or checkered flag.  So with that being said, it appears as though this guy has a lot to learn about the sport of moto racing. Lesson number one: Always […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Those Are Some Strong Toes

    Picture Of The Day: Those Are Some Strong Toes

    This picture gives a whole new meaning to the saying, “stay on your toes.” I don’t think I could remain in such a position on the balls of my feet, but somehow she makes it look easy on the very tips of her tiny toes.  So for all of you out there who thought baseball […]

  • Jockeys Fight In Winner’s Circle At Breeders Cup (Video)

    Jockeys Fight In Winner’s Circle At Breeders Cup (Video)

    When Spike introduced their idea for a midget wrestling show, I thought they hit the jackpot.  Unfortunately, it didn’t work out all that well, but that hasn’t stopped those in the horse racing business from trying to bring that idea back to life. Following the 2010 Breeders Cup Marathon, the opening championship race on Friday’s […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Putting The “Work” In “Workout”

    Picture Of The Day: Putting The “Work” In “Workout”

    If the inspiring image of a walrus doing sit-ups wasn’t enough to get your lazy ass off the couch to exercise, perhaps this will.  You can throw away your “I have no time to exercise because of work” excuse, thanks to this crafty invention.  Now you can surf the net, check your e-mails, and work […]

  • Clevelanders Respond To LeBron James’ “Rise” Commercial (Video)

    Clevelanders Respond To LeBron James’ “Rise” Commercial (Video)

    Both South Park and Ohio’s Lieutenant Governor Lee Fisher have already offered up their responses to LeBron James’ “Rise” commercial, but what many of us have continued to wonder is, “How do the people of Cleveland feel about LeBron’s message?” Finally, it appears as though we have an answer to that very question. In all […]

  • NCAA College Football Pick’em: Week 10

    NCAA College Football Pick’em: Week 10

    Finally!  A number-one ranked team held its position, and we were the beneficiaries.  After watching Alabama, Ohio State, and Oklahoma fall in their defense of the top-spot in the polls, Auburn made sure they would not be the fourth No.1 team to fall by crushing Mississippi in a 51-31 route.  Even number two Oregon was […]

  • Rabid Fan Base: 25 Animal Sports Fans and Mascots

    Rabid Fan Base: 25 Animal Sports Fans and Mascots

    Even as a devout sports fan, sometimes you just gotta say, “Screw it. Let’s look at some cute animals.” Fortunately, in the Venn diagram of “sports” and “cute animals,” there is a significant amount of overlap thanks to overzealous pet owners and the plethora of animal mascots in both pro and college sports. So turn […]

  • Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — Carcillo vs. Prust — 11/4/10

    Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — Carcillo vs. Prust — 11/4/10

    Dan Carcillo spent the majority of last night’s game against the New York Rangers going after super-pest Sean Avery.  However, in the end, it was tough guy Brandon Prust that he would find himself going toe-to-toe against. With Derek Boogaard and Jody Shelley squaring off earlier in the evening, we will consider this to be […]

  • A Flying Clothesline Is Hardly A Clean Soccer Tackle (Video)

    A Flying Clothesline Is Hardly A Clean Soccer Tackle (Video)

    Some people just weren’t meant to play the game of soccer.  After all, how does one justify performing a clothesline tackle on an opponent?  Such tackles are not even acceptable during rugby or football games.  So how does one explain their use during the non-contact game of soccer? I can’t help but laugh at the […]