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The Victory Formation:
We saw one of the more awkward post event interviews after the finish of yesterday’s US Open. As the video clearly shows, a fellow, wearing a British flag tuque and windbreaker jumped into the frame and starting making bird-like noises as NBC’s Bob Costas was interviewing US Open champion, Webb Simpson. He was quickly pulled [...]
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CNN caught with the man who interrupted Webb Simpson’s U.S. Open interview. The man, who calls himself “Jungle Bird”, go figure, gave CNN the play-by-play of how he we able to crash the interview and what happened after police apprehended him.
He then apologized to Webb Simpson and stated that he didn’t intend to steal his moment; he was just using it to champion the cause...
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Webb Simpson got his first major title at The Olympic Sunday- beating Graeme McDowell and Michael Thompson by a stroke...
But Simpson couldn't enjoy it because of this jagoff...
Simpson wins $1.44-million for his one-over par 281 score and adds his name to the list of Simpsons who have won in San Francisco...
Webb Simpson used a stunning 10-minute stretch to win the US Open at The Olympic Club at San Francisco on Sunday.
Tied with Jim Furyk for the lead and putting on 18, Simpson sank his par putt to finish with a 2-under 68 and close his tournament at 1-over par, putting the pressure on Furyk two holes back. Furyk, after driving far left on 16, bogeyed the hole to drop to 2 over on...
On November 15, 2011, NBC’s “Today” aired a video clip from an interview between Bob Costas and Jerry Sandusky.
During the interview, Sandusky said to Costas:
“I didn’t go around seeking out every young person for sexual needs that I’ve helped. There are many (children) I didn’t have — I hardly had any contact with.”
For whatever reason the Sandusky remark, which...
The man who crashed Webb Simpson's U.S. Open trophy presentation not only has a name -- he also has a cause. He calls himself "Jungle Bird," according to Awful Announcing, and he has a reputation for interrupting events in the hopes of raising awareness about deforestation. Supposedly a 40-year-old man from the United Kingdom, he has a YouTube channel and a Facebook...
Two new components in the Jerry Sandusky trial were released today. As it turns out the Bob Costas interview with Jerry Sandusky on NBC was not live, and the prosecution has asked for a tape, which includes unaired damning answers.
The 112th U.S. Open concluded on Sunday at The Olympic Club in San Francisco, California with Webb Simpson hoisting the trophy after his final round 68. A tournament that began with the questions of whether Phil Mickelson would finally win a U.S Open title or if Tiger Woods could get one major closer to tying [...]
For those of you who do not know, golfer Webb Simpson won the 2012 U.S. Open making it his first major win of his career.
During the post-trophy presentation interview with NBC's Bob Costas, a British fan who goes by the name of "Official Jungle Bird" decided to photobomb the interview with some awesome squawking:
(Courtesy of Last Angry Fan)
Sunday at the 2012 U.S. Open started with 2 players in red numbers, Jim Furyk and Graeme McDowell, but ended with 0 players in the red and Webb Simpson as the winner at 1-over. Simpson shot back-to–back 68′s on Saturday and Sunday to put him in the clubhouse as the leader as he waiting for Furyk, McDowell and the rest of the field to finish behind him. McDowell has a birdie put...
A slightly hilarious and crazy fan dressed as what we can only determine being a rooster took center stage during the U.S. Open trophy presentation to video bomb with the best of them. The fan got directly in front of the cameras, trophy and Webb Simpson to let off some rooster noises. You have to love it.
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A peculiar piece of history will be on the line at the British Open.
U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson became the 15th player to win the last 15 majors, matching the longest such streak since the Masters began in 1934. There also were 15 consecutive different major champions from 1994 through 1998.
There are a couple of similarities between the streaks. The first one started with...