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  • Groping? So That’s What Goes On In Those Celebratory Pileups!

    Groping? So That’s What Goes On In Those Celebratory Pileups!

    It is one of the oldest and most common rituals in sports.  The celebratory pileup has become a fixture amongst championship winning teams as the feeling of victory and knowing that you are the best is enough to make you want to jump on top of your fellow teammates that you have worked so hard […]

  • Does This Chuck Norris-Themed Mask Help Kari Lehtonen Stop Pucks?

    Does This Chuck Norris-Themed Mask Help Kari Lehtonen Stop Pucks?

    Kari Lehtonen doesn’t stop pucks.  Instead, they spot the Chuck Norris image on his goalie mask and stop themselves mid-flight, out of fear. That may not be the best Chuck Norris joke you have come across, but it is just one of the many you can expect to hear in Dallas after the Stars’ goaltender […]

  • 2010 NCAA College Football Pick’em: Week 3

    2010 NCAA College Football Pick’em: Week 3

    Week two was not all that friendly to us as the Florida State Seminoles were blown out from that start against the Oklahoma Sooners (at least we didn’t put $27.500 on the game), and the Miami Hurricanes fell just short of covering their +9 spread.  However, we did manage to cash in on the Michigan […]

  • 9 Regrettable Sports Fan Tattoos (Pics)

    9 Regrettable Sports Fan Tattoos (Pics)

    Sports loyalty is displayed in many ways. Many stupid, stupid ways. From painting your 1993 Mitsubishi 300GT silver and blue with the Cowboys star to naming your first son, born in 2005, Seamus David Ortiz McMulligan, the ability to cross the line from “tasteful support” to “clinical compulsion” gets grey in the realm of tattoos. […]

  • Picture Of The Day: This Bet Cost Him Some Cash

    Picture Of The Day: This Bet Cost Him Some Cash

    This poor sucker who put $27,500 on the Florida State Seminoles at +7.5 against the Oklahoma Sooners can’t be happy.  Sure, he wasn’t the only one who thought FSU would be able to keep things within a touchdown and cover the spread, but we weren’t stupid enough to smash our mortgage on it. Look at […]

  • Follow The Bouncing Ball (Video)

    Follow The Bouncing Ball (Video)

    If you thought the change-over at the New Meadowlands Stadium between the Giants and Jets home openers was quick, wait until you see this play from last night’s game between the Cincinnati Bearcats and the North Carolina State Wolfpack. This play went from an almost interception, to an almost touchdown, to a fumble recovered by […]

  • Time-Lapse Video Of The Giants-To-Jets Change At The New Meadowlands

    Time-Lapse Video Of The Giants-To-Jets Change At The New Meadowlands

    Week one presented the grounds crew at the New Meadowlands Stadium with what should be their toughest task of the 2010 season.  Following the Giants’ home opener Sunday afternoon, they were faced with the challenge of having to change the field over in time for the Jets’ home opener on Monday night. Needless to say, […]

  • Check Out The Trailer For “Shaqers”

    Check Out The Trailer For “Shaqers”

    It has been a long time since the days of Kazaam, but it appears as though Shaquille O’Neal has been given another chance to prove himself on the big screen. His latest role is in the film “Shaqers”, where he plays alongside the likes of Angelina Jolie, Renoly Santiago and Matthew Lillard, as a young […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 9/16/10 – Minnesota Twins

    The Stat Line of the Night – 9/16/10 – Minnesota Twins

    The Minnesota Twins came to Chicago to play a series with the White Sox with a 6-game lead in the AL Central. If the White Sox swept or won 2 of 3, their would still be a race going on in that division. Instead, the Twins came in and absolutely buried the White Sox and […]

  • Should Reggie Bush Really Have to Give Back The Heisman?

    Should Reggie Bush Really Have to Give Back The Heisman?

    When you really take the time to think about it, the notion of Reggie Bush being stripped of his 2005 Heisman trophy is completely ludicrous. How can an association such as the NCAA, a university such as the University of Southern California, and the Heisman organization disassociate themselves with someone who they used primarily has […]

  • 2010 NFL Fantasy Football: Week 2 Start’em, Sit’em

    2010 NFL Fantasy Football: Week 2 Start’em, Sit’em

    It can be tough to make a decision between starting or sitting specific players throughout your fantasy football season based on favorable and/or tough match-ups. TotalProSports is here to help you make such decisions with our weekly Start’em & Sit’em post where we will break down each position and give you some players you may […]

  • The Ultimate Sign Of Disrespect (Video)

    The Ultimate Sign Of Disrespect (Video)

    Talking trash someone’s mom, hitting on another man’s wife, or setting ablaze and pissing on an individual’s memorabilia are all signs of disrespect, but there may be no greater sign of disrespect than what you are about to see. Allow me to explain. This was the scene outside the home of some Ohio State fans […]

  • Chick Projectile Vomits During 424-Pound Deadlift (Video)

    Chick Projectile Vomits During 424-Pound Deadlift (Video)

    I just don’t get it.  If lifting a certain amount of weight is going to force you to projectile vomit all over the spectators in attendance, perhaps you should consider lifting a little less weight.  It must already be tough enough to get people to come out and watch weightlifting events, and seeing competitors vomit […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Meh

    Picture Of The Day: Meh

    Wow!  Seriously kid?  Judging by the look on his face, you would think he was watching a scoreless soccer match between Canada and Nicaragua. Isn’t white water rafting supposed to be some sort of thrilling, extreme sport?  Heck, it even made our list of  the most dangerous sports in the world.  I guess this kid […]

  • 9 Most Iconic Songs from the World of Sports (Audio)

    9 Most Iconic Songs from the World of Sports (Audio)

    While there are a few exceptions (“One Shining Moment” at the end of CBS’ NCAA tourney coverage comes to mind), most of the songs we equate with sports are the soundtracks to the arenas and stadiums where we go to see live events. While variety isn’t exactly the name of the game when it comes […]