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Bortles: 'I don't really understand why guys don't throw' at combine

The NFL Draft is looming and one of the favorites to go early on in the first round, if not No. 1 overall, is quarterback Blake Bortles.The Central Florida product certainly helped his stock with a good showing at the recent NFL Scouting Combine. Namely, because he chose to show off his arm to scouts, which is something fellow quarterback prospects Teddy Bridgewater, Johnny Manziel...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Allen Iverson pokes fun at his 'practice' rant in new ad with Shaq

Appearing in a new advertisement for Reebok, Allen Iverson comes out of nowhere to poke fun at his epic practice rant, by using pants as the punchline instead.Shaquille O'Neal also makes an appearance in the barber shop-based plug for Reebok.Look for Iverson's part to come near the end at around the 1:00 mark."We talking about pants?"Via Eye on Basketball
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Adam Vinatieri sounds off on possible extra point rules change

Adam Vinatieri is one of the most successful kickers the National Football League has ever seen. So his opinion matters more than most in regards to speculation that the NFL could possibly move an extra point attempt back to the 25-yard line.Let's just say the veteran is not a fan of the possibility that an extra point kick could go from a 20-yard attempt to a 43-yard attempt."I...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Indiana State basketball player told police he was twin brother during drunk driving arrest

Indiana State Sycamores basketball player Brenton Scott was arrested last Saturday for drunk driving. But that might not be the worst part about this story.According to a report by WTWO, Scott allegedly tried to throw his identical twin brother under the bus for his mishap, initially telling police that his name was Bryson Scott. That's just wrong, dude.Brenton's lie was quickly...
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Maker's Mark honors Seahawks with special edition whiskey bottle

The Seattle Seahawks are being honored by Maker's Mark with a special edition whiskey bottle featuring a blue and green wax seal at the top.The bottles are expected to hit shelves in the state of Washington sometime later this week. Fans who want to get their hands on one will have to devise a clever plan. Only 4,200 bottles are being made by Maker's Mark.Chains such as Fred Meyer...
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March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Jod Maddon bought a bread maker from team's lunch room

Aroma matters. Just bought a bread maker for the lunch room. pic.twitter.com/UtdfsQCM8Z— Joe Maddon (@RaysJoeMaddon) March 5, 2014Joe Maddon knows being a good major league manager goes well beyond the games. It extends off the field, into the locker room, and apparently into the lunch room.In order to ensure his players are receiving the proper nutrition they need to perform,...
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Video: Brutal hockey hit takes high school player off his skates

Hockey hits like this aren't seen too often in the high school ranks. But a game between Lincoln and West Salem sure featured one.Take a look as a defender goes full speed ahead into an unsuspecting opponent. As you can see, the offensive player had his head down with the puck and never saw the massive hit coming.The end result is the recipient of the hit leaving his skates and tumbling...
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Video: Kentucky basketball fans partake in goofy dance-off

Rupp Arena was apparently the place to be Tuesday night if you wanted to witness older gentleman getting their groove on.During a television timeout of the game between Alabama and Kentucky, the ESPN cameras caught at least three fans busting dance moves in the stands. The end result of their goofiness can be seen in the video above.Do you notice how uncomfortable some of the fans...
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iCarly actress blames Andre Drummond for leaking racy photo

The rift between Andre Drummond and iCarly actress Jennette McCurdy has intensified after McCurdy blames Drummond for leaking a racy photo of herself online.McCurdy essentially humiliated Drummond on a podcast over the weekend by unveiling intimate details about their failed one-week dating relationship. She claims to never have been interested in him and called him out for being...
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Former professional wrestler Buff Bagwell now working as a gigolo

Former wrestler Buff Bagwell, who achieved fame in World Championship Wrestling between 1991 and 2001, has taken his talents to a premium male escort service.The company is called Cowboys4Angels and it provides gigolos to women who are feeling extra lonely. As a gigolo, Bagwell is tasked with offering the women who pay for his services with companionship. In other words, he's to...
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Dominique Wilkins critical of LeBron's 61-point game

LeBron James tallied a career-high 61 points Monday night against the Bobcats thanks in part to shooting 8-for-10 from behind the arc.Naturally, the performance was viewed as impressive by many around the basketball community, but not so much with Hall of Fame guard Dominique Wilkins.Wilkins let his thoughts be known in the following tweets:No denying he put on a shooting display...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar rips LeBron James over dubious Mount Rushmore choices

Let's cut to the chase: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is completely dissatisfied with who LeBron James chose for his dubious Mount Rushmore of basketball.Last month, James sparked a debated when he picked Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and Oscar Robertson as his four greatest NBA players of all time. Hey, those aren't bad choices, right? Wrong.On Monday, Abdul-Jabbar had...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: NCAA announces headline musical acts for Final Four

On Tuesday, the NCAA announced its headline musical acts for the 2014 Final Four at AT&T Stadium.Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will accompany Jason Aldean, Tim McGraw and The Killers as the featured acts at the free music festival set to be held from April 4-6 in Dallas.Aldean will reportedly headline the AT&T Block Party on Friday. On Saturday, McGraw and The Killers...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Jose Hamilton has witty remark in response to Ian Kinsler's comments about Rangers

#Angels OF Josh Hamilton on Kinsler comments: "At least I won't be the only villain in Texas anymore."— Mike DiGiovanna (@MikeDiGiovanna) March 4, 2014Josh Hamilton hasn't been a popular figure around Texas since leaving the Rangers in favor of the Angels. Now, former teammate Ian Kinsler may join Hamilton among the ranks of hated former Rangers players, thanks to some unfavorable...
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Kurt Busch attempting to compete in two races in one day

Kurt Busch will attempt to do the impossible on May 25 when he tries to compete in two races in one day. Busch is aiming to compete in both the Indianapolis 500 and the Coca-Cola 600 within a matter of hours.Only three other drivers have ever attempted to do such a feat: John Andretti, Robby Gordon, and Tony Stewart.From Tom Jensen of Fox Sports:That was a whole kid-in-a-candy-store...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Bill Cosby wears form-fitting Oregon football jersey

Welcome to @WinTheDay's newest recruit @BillCosby, posing at the @HultCenter yesterday #NationalBrand pic.twitter.com/v2GzQHbHBj— GoDucks (@GoDucks) March 4, 2014The Oregon Ducks have managed to extend their uniform exposure beyond the field and onto television legend Bill Cosby.Cosby was apparently on the Eugene campus Monday and stopped to pose for this picture of himself proudly...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: The Rock celebrates national pancake day appropriately

Whether you are aware of this culinary fact or not, March 4 marks National Pancake Day in the United States, as millions of Americans will dive into a fluffy stack of the breakfast food in celebration.Apparently, The Rock is getting in on the fun too, as evidenced by this image he posted on his Instagram account Tuesday morning.The caption reads: "Hell, I thought every day was National...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Kansas City television station has graphical error showing Royals game results

So, if you tuned into to catch the results of spring training games on KCTV, a CBS affiliate located in Kansas City, you might have been told that the Royals edged out the Chicago Bears by a score of 5-3.That in fact is incorrect as the Bears don't play spring training games. But the Chicago Cubs do. Seen above is a screenshot capturing the miscue by KCTV.Whoops!Via Eye on Baseball
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MLB drug policy spurs Astros prospect from marijuana to alcohol addition

The story written of Houston Astros top hitting prospect Jon Singleton by the Associated Press is a troubling one."At this point it's pretty evident to me that I'm a drug addict," he admittedly told the AP last week. "I don't openly tell everyone that, but it's pretty apparent to myself."Singleton first tested positive for marijuana under MLB's drug testing program in June 2012....
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Greek soccer coach gets nailed in the face by cup of soda

Sunday's soccer match between Olympiakos and Panathinaikos turned ugly when Olympiakos fans started throwing objects onto the field.One of the thrown objects included a cup of soda. And it nailed Panathinaikos coach Giannis Anastasiou square in the face.After the game, Anastasiou told reporters that he "felt a little dizzy," but otherwise was feeling just fine. Hey, it could have...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Toledo Mud Hens forced to go to great lengths to keep field in shape

This winter has been historically bad for most of the United States. Snow, ice, and general cold have left much of the country battered and chilled.This is what makes the effort put forth by the Toledo Mud Hens to fight back against winter so noble. Seen here is an unorthodox attempt by the Triple-A club to protect their beloved infield with a massive tarp of some kind."What do you...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Players fill office of Maryland's women's basketball coach with 1,000 balloons

If you're wondering why you can't find a pack of balloons for your child's upcoming birthday party, you can thank Maryland women's basketball player Brenda Frese.This is because Thomas recently played a prank on her head coach, Brenda Frese, by filling up Frese's office with 1,000 colorful balloons. Don't worry. Thomas had plenty of help from her willing teammates.The motive behind...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: South Florida commit arrested after pulling gun on cop

Marquise Bryant, who recently signed a letter of intent to play football for the South Florida Bulls, was arrested Sunday after allegedly pulling a gun on a police officer.The incident unraveled when the officer confronted Bryant for loitering around the Fort Myers area around 2:30 a.m. This is when the 18-year-old slowly reached for his right front pocket despite orders by the officer...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Ian Stewart scratched from lineup after getting hit in the nose by daughter

Ian Stewart scratched from #Angels lineup. Scioscia said 1B was "messing around with daughter and got hit in the nose." Dr will check.— Mike DiGiovanna (@MikeDiGiovanna) March 3, 2014Add Ian Stewart's name to list of odd spring training injuries.Apparently, the Los Angeles Angels infielder was scratched from the lineup Monday after getting socked in the nose by his lovely daughter...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: NFL could experiment with 43-yard extra-point attempt

One of the hot topics this NFL offseason has been whether or not extra points after touchdowns are necessary.Although the idea of eliminating extra points altogether has been tossed around, the league's competition committee reportedly met last weekend to discuss placing the football at the 25-yard line, which would make every extra point kick 43 yards away from the goalpost.As it...
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March 03, 2014  |  Discuss
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