Just a week after the Michigan Marching Band spelled out a script “OHNO” mocking Ohio State, the Buckeyes Marching Band exacted some revenge. They put on a halftime show called “Are You Smarter Than A Wolverine?” taking cues from ”The Price is Right,” “Family Feud,” “Wheel of Fortune,” and “Jeopardy.” You have to respect their creativity and you have...
If you’re a fan of Seinfeld, then you’re going to love this video. Adam Lefkoe, who did Wrestlecast a week ago, stepped up his game and used countless Seinfeld references during this broadcast. This Seinfeldcast is a must-watch and hopefully Lefkoe continues to show off his creativity.
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Dennis Rodman has taken his love for North Korea to a new level. Rodman has traveled to North Korea again to hold a basketball game and to train the North Korean basketball team for the 2016 Olympics. When he returned from North Korea, he made headlines calling President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton “assholes.”
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Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton displayed his special new Superman cleats from Under Armour on Sunday. I’m not sure if he wore them during the game or not, but if he did, I have to believe that would be a violation of the NFL’s strict dress code. Either way, these cleats are slick.
This Washington Redskins fan was decked out in his special “F*ckDallas” jersey attending the Carolina Panthers-Seattle Seahawks game showing just how poor his judgement is. Not to mention he’s got his kid with him, so give him a few points in the Father of the Year column. I don’t have a clue what would possess a guy to pay money for a jersey like this and then wear it...
The biggest story of the NFL offseason has yet to die down and week one some Buffalo Bills fans decided to remind New England Patriots fans wear their #2 tight end currently was. These jumpsuits are definitely creative, but when your team manages to blow the game, there’s not much you can say.
NMA is back and at it again, this time recapping the Michigan-Notre Dame game and Eminem’s appearance on ESPN at halftime. My personal favorite portion of the video is at the very end when they show an animated Manti Te’o leaving with the ghost of Lennay Kekua. Somehow poking fun at Te’o for getting catfished hasn’t managed to die yet.
The Men’s US Open Finals are today (Monday) at 5 pm, and after beating Wawranka in a 5-set match (that consisted of this 21-minute game), No.1 Novak Djokovic will face No. 2 Rafa Nadal in what should be an epic-showdown. The two have met 36 times with Nadal winning 21 of them, but I’m taking the 26-year-old Serb in this one.
This is a pretty nasty GIF of Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten puking on the sideline of the Cowboys-Giants Sunday Night Football game. If he was feeling sick it didn’t slow him down any; Witten finished with 8 receptions for 70 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Cowboys 36-31 win.
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LeBron James went to Jerry World to take in the Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants Sunday Night Football game and when you’re as high profile a person as LeBron James, you get to take photos with the boss, Jerry Jones. Apparently Hulk Hogan had enough pull to get a photo with Jerry as well. I’m sure there were plenty of other celebrities that took in the high profile Sunday Night...
Erin Andrews was the victim of a very creeper photobomber while working on Fox NFL Sunday. Pretty impressive that the guy was able to keep his face like that for the whole segment.
Not a lot to be happy about after throwing his third interception on the night and a game sealing one at that. Dallas’ Brandon Carr pick-six gave us this priceless derp reaction from Eli Manning.
What would football be without Cheerleaders? This Sunday Night Football game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys has been semi anti-climatic so far, but thankfully we got a closeup of this Cowboys Cheerleader from the NBC crew.
Since winning the last game between Michigan and Notre Dame at the Big House for the forseeable future wasn’t good enough, Michigan stepped it up a notch and trolled the Irish as they left the field. The PA system blared the Chicken Dance as the Irish left the field, giving them one last parting shot for pulling out of the rivalry.
You can chalk this up as something that I never thought I would see. Eminem was in Ann Arbor for the Michigan-Notre Dame game and he appeared in the press box during halftime with Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit to announce his new partnership with College GameDay. Eminem talked with them about his new video for his new song “Berzerk” and his new album. The best part...
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Tyson Jackson was rushing the passer when Jacksonville Jaguars center Brad Meester grabbed a hold of his pants and pantsed Jackson. Obviously it stopped Jackson, but it didn’t keep the Chiefs from sacking Blaine Gabbert.
The South Carolina Gamecocks were in a tie ball game with the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday, but something was apparently not going right. These two assistant coaches got into a physical altercation on the sideline and had to be separated by two other coaches. I’m not sure what was wrong, but clearly they were in a serious disagreement.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor showed exactly why he won the starting job during his debut against the Indianapolis Colts. Pryor finished 19/29 for 217 yards with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions while adding 112 yards on the ground on 13 carries. During this run he dove for the first down and leveled this old man that was a part of the chain gang on the sidelines...
Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews brought down San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick with a solid hit while Kaepernick was out of bounds. 49ers’ Joe Staley came over to get after Matthews and this sparked a mini-brawl with some punches thrown. There ended up being off-setting penalties and Kaepernick threw a touchdown pass to Anquan Boldin on the next play.
Arizona Cardinals rookie safety Tyrann Mathieu showed that he can still make miraculous plays at the NFL level. St. Louis Rams tight end Jared Cook looked like he had a touchdown when Mathieu came from behind and forced a fumble. The ball was recovered by the Cardinals in the end zone for a touchback and saved the Cardinals a crucial six points.
Lavonte David probably cost the Buccaneers a win. David had a late hit penalty on Jets QB Geno Smith with seven seconds left in the game. The penalty put the Jets in field goal range where kicker Nick Folds drilled a 48-yarder for the 18-17 win. Oh my. This one will hurt.
Undrafted rookie tight end, Joseph Fauria, had his first TD catch on Sunday against the Vikings, and after the score, he gave us one of the best Touchdown reactions ever. Ever seen a player happier to score a TD?
After scoring his second TD of the day for the Lions on Sunday, RB Joicque Bell presented fans at Ford Field with one of the best TD celebrations of the year.