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  • Arron Asham Knocks Out Jay Beagle, Proceeds To Taunt Him (Video)

    Arron Asham Knocks Out Jay Beagle, Proceeds To Taunt Him (Video)

    With all of the attention surrounding the issues of fighting, headshots and concussions in hockey these days, the last thing the NHL needed was what transpired in Pittsburgh last night during a game between the Penguins and the Washington Capitals. Approximately six minutes into the third period, the Pens’ Arron Asham and the Caps’ Jay […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 10/13/11 — Delmon Young

    Stat Line Of The Night — 10/13/11 — Delmon Young

    With their backs against the wall, it was all hands on deck for the Detroit Tigers during Game 5 of the ALCS yesterday afternoon.  That meant left fielder Delmon Young was in the line-up, despite playing with injured ribs. His injury has already caused him to miss two ALCS games, but they wouldn’t keep him […]

  • Huge NRL Hit Proves Size Doesn’t Matter (Video)

    Huge NRL Hit Proves Size Doesn’t Matter (Video)

    When Lance Hohaia of the New Zealand Warriors decided to step up and take on Petero Civoniceva of the Penrith Panthers during a National Rugby League match, it was clearly a battle of David vs. Goliath.  And as we all know by now, David always seems to come out on top of these match-ups. This […]

  • Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — McLeod vs. Dorsett — 10/12/11

    Frozen Fisticuffs Fight Of The Night — McLeod vs. Dorsett — 10/12/11

    With only one fight taking place during yesterday’s slate of NHL games, we weren’t left with much of a choice for our “Frozen Fisticuffs Fight of the Night,” but that didn’t matter, as the one fight that did take place was quite the doozy.  It was between Cody McLeod of the Colorado Avalanche and Derek […]

  • As The Year Went On, Red Sox Pitchers Grew Fatter (Gallery)

    As The Year Went On, Red Sox Pitchers Grew Fatter (Gallery)

    The rumors continue to surface following the Boston Red Sox late season collapse, with the latest story claiming that the starting rotation could be found in the clubhouse drinking beer, eating fried chicken and playing video games during games when they weren’t starting. While there is no photographic evidence of Josh Beckett, Jon Lester or […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Two Girls, One Cup

    Picture Of The Day: Two Girls, One Cup

    What is up with women’s sports and their penchant for kissing dong-shaped championship trophies?  It happened in January 2010 after Cristie Kerr won the Longs Drugs Championship, and it is happening again, as these two Norwegian women made sure they had a firm grip on the you-know-what before kissing it you-know-where. I guess when it’s […]

  • High School Football Streaker Can’t Escape The Cops (Video)

    High School Football Streaker Can’t Escape The Cops (Video)

    After watching streakers make their way onto the field and run around for what seems like an eternity during professional sports matches, you would think that anyone who has the guts to run around the field naked during a high school football game would be able to make an easy escape and avoid being arrested […]

  • Slovenia’s Dare Vrsic Scores On A 40-Meter Free Kick (Video)

    Slovenia’s Dare Vrsic Scores On A 40-Meter Free Kick (Video)

    When Group C of the EURO 2012 qualifying stage was formed, many figured it would take a dream run for Estonia to qualify for the Final Tournament.  With one game remaining, that dream appeared to be coming true for the country of 1.3 million, and it was turning into a nightmare for the other group […]

  • Animal Interference: 11 Critters Who Interrupted Sporting Events

    Animal Interference: 11 Critters Who Interrupted Sporting Events

    Ever since that squirrel ran across home plate just as Philadelphia’s Roy Oswalt was delivering a pitch in Game 4 of the NLDS between the Phillies and Cardinals (a game which St. Louis went on to win), people in St. Louis have been going nuts for the Busch Stadium Rally Squirrel. It’s become a symbol […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 13th) – Bill Mazeroski

    This Day In Sports History (October 13th) – Bill Mazeroski

    It was on this day in 1960 that the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the New York Yankees in game seven of the World Series.  Pirates second baseman Bill Mazeroski won the game in the bottom of the ninth inning with a solo home run off of Yankees pitcher Ralph Terry. The Yankees entered the series as […]

  • Stephen A. Smith Is Awfully Upset With LeBron James (Video)

    Stephen A. Smith Is Awfully Upset With LeBron James (Video)

    Yesterday LeBron James and Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll exchanged Tweets with one another suggesting that LeBron may be looking for employment in the NFL and that he may be a good fit catching balls in a Seattle Seahawks uniform. After James asked ESPN’s John Clayton when the deadline to sign free agents in […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 10/12/11 — Claude Grioux

    Stat Line Of The Night — 10/12/11 — Claude Grioux

    After recording 76 points in 82 games last season, Claude Giroux entered the 2011-12 NHL season with some awfully high expectations.  Those expectations were so high that Flyers GM Paul Holmgren figured he could afford to trade away superstar forwards Mike Richards and Jeff Carter in the off-season in order to upgrade in goal. It […]

  • Farewell To The Lions’ Booty Lounge

    Farewell To The Lions’ Booty Lounge

    After suffering through years of futility, Detroit Lions fans finally have a reason to travel to Ford Field to watch their team play.  In fact, they had two reasons, although it appears as though they are on the verge of having one of those reasons taken from them. The first reason, and perhaps the most […]