Olympic ski coaches wearing monkey masks climbed some trees, because this is Sochi and anything goes.
Remember that time "Mad" Matt Lauer and Al "Big Sexy" Roker took up doubles luging eight years ago? America's next great Olympic team is back.
If you don't have time to read the entire Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin report, this offensive line group text tells the whole story.
Irish Olympian Sean Greenwood crashed his sled during a skeleton run in Sochi, but somehow managed to hold on and recover.
Team USA freeskiers Joss Christensen, Nick Goepper and Gus Kenworthy dominated men's slopestyle and made a cereal box 24 hours later.
Hot photos of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue's 50th Anniversary cover for 2014, featuring Nina Agdal, Chrissy Teigen and Lily Aldridge.
This 'Merica tribute song about Ameer Abdullah is the best thing to come from Nebraska since Warren Buffett.
Johnny Weir brought the fashion thunder for Valentine's Day in Sochi. Looking more fabulous than ever, Weir put on a sparkly sequin jacket.
The game is strong with this one. Strolling into class with a Seattle Seahawks-themed Valentine box and Skittles: prepare to clean up, son.
You heard it from Swedish skier Henrik Harlaut: "Wu-Tang is for the children."
Can Syracuse go undefeated the rest of the 2013-14 regular season? We take a look at the percentage chance the Orange have to win each game here.
Kevin Harlan and Mike Fratello whiffed big time on this call. The initial angle makes it look like the Lakers scored, but the replay … not so much.
A collection of Florida Gators-themed Valentine's Day cards. If you're scrambling to pull it together, we've got you covered.
If this video doesn't get you hyped, then you must be Canadian. Team America swept the Olympic podium. 'Merica!
Sports Illustrated's 50th Anniversary Issue cover was unveiled on Thursday night. Not having enough butt, @nick_pants decided to add some flavor to the front.
Shaun White donated his Olympic snowboards from Sochi to kids from the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Sports Illustrated's 50th Anniversary Swimsuit Issue cover has been unveiled. It features Nina Agdal, Lily Aldridge, and Chrissy Teigen.
Prior to the NBA All Star Game, TNT will air an interview between President Barack Obama and Charles Barkley.
After waiting in suspense for my NFL Combine media pass application to go through, I received the rejection letter, which was as cold as one would expect.
Duke fans wrote "Go to Hell Carolina" in the snow on UNC's campus. They won the battle after the war (the game) was canceled.
Seattle Seahawks fans can hire Blitz the Seahawk to deliver a Valentine's Day package to their loved ones.
In this picture, Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu is dropping an Olympic-sized F-bomb, effectively scaring the hell out of his handler.
Add Johnny Weir wearing his underwear backwards at the Sochi Olympics to the list of things I'd never thought I'd be writing about.
The Dallas Mavericks continue their assault on interactive marketing, this time with an ultimate mix tape. You haven't lived until you've heard Dirk Nowitzki wail Springsteen's "Born in the USA."
We can only hope that the students who occupied these tents in Krzyzewskiville prior to the snow storm made it out.