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  • Stat Line Of The Night — 7/8/12 — Roger Federer

    Stat Line Of The Night — 7/8/12 — Roger Federer

    We knew that history would be made at the All England Club during yesterday’s Wimbledon men’s final.  The only question was whether it would be Andy Murray making history by becoming the first Brit to win a Wimbledon title in 76 years, or Roger Federer etching his name into the record books by tying Pete […]

  • Chael Sonnen Gives Classic Interview With Dan Le Batard Before UFC 148 (Video)

    Chael Sonnen Gives Classic Interview With Dan Le Batard Before UFC 148 (Video)

    Not many people are giving American Chael Sonnen much of a shot to defeat Brazil’s Anderson Silva in the marquee middleweight championship bout at UFC 148 this Saturday. Silva, after all, is considered the best pound-for-pound MMA fighter in the world by every single sports publication that matters, while Sonnen is considered a trash-talker who […]

  • 15 Most Famous (or Infamous) Cases of Streaking in Sports

    15 Most Famous (or Infamous) Cases of Streaking in Sports

    England has contributed a lot to the world of sports. They’ve given us soccer. They’ve given us rugby. They’ve given us (indirectly) American football. And they’ve given us tennis—or at least the modern version. Oh, right, and they’ve given us sports streaking. Yes, while streaking in North America was pretty much confined to college campuses […]

  • Pitt Football Recruits Kicker Named “Chris Blewitt”

    Pitt Football Recruits Kicker Named “Chris Blewitt”

    A football kicker has one of the toughest jobs in all of sports. For most of the game, he has to just stand around twiddling his thumbs and taking practice kicks into a net. Then, all of a sudden, he’s called on at the most crucial moment of the game. If he fails, no matter […]

  • This Day In Sports History (July 6th) – 1983 MLB All-Star Game

    This Day In Sports History (July 6th) – 1983 MLB All-Star Game

    It was on this day in 1983 that the 54th annual Major League Baseball All-Star Game was played.  The game took place at Comiskey Park in Chicago, Illinois, home of the Chicago White Sox. This game took place exactly 50 years to the day that the first All-Star Game was held, also at Comiskey Park.  […]

  • Mets Fan Fakes Fall On Live TV…And It Wasn’t The First Time (Videos)

    Mets Fan Fakes Fall On Live TV…And It Wasn’t The First Time (Videos)

    Apparently the folks who produce the Mets games over at SportsNet New York are a little predictable, using the same shots from the same camera night after night. And there’s at least one Mets fan who’s decided to take advantage of that predictability. We don’t know his name, but he’s known as the falling fan. […]

  • Stat Line Of The Night — 7/5/12 — Jeff Karstens

    Stat Line Of The Night — 7/5/12 — Jeff Karstens

    The Pittsburgh Pirates are 27-13 at home this season, and with an overall record of 46-36, they currently sit atop the NL Central, two games up on the Cincinnati Reds.  Who would have thought, right? Their latest victory came last night, as Pirates pitcher Jeff Karstens put forth a dominating effort that saw him go […]

  • Ochocino Live-Tweeted His Own Wedding Yesterday

    Ochocino Live-Tweeted His Own Wedding Yesterday

    New Dolphins wide receiver Chad “Ochocinco” Johnson has always had a knack for making headlines. I mean, just one week ago we here at Total Pro Sports did a story about how he said that he and his new teammates had developed a “Brokeback Mountain-type relationship.” And, obviously, there’s the whole changing his name to […]