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Thursday, August 27, 2015

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Fan Goes a Little Overboard After Getting Peanut Tillman Souvenir

If you were wondering whether or not the fans in Toronto appreciated hosting an NFL game, this should answer your question: Hey, I know getting game-worn swag from a player is pretty sweet but much like scoring a touchdown, act like you’ve been there before, lady. Video from Highway 35 via SI Hot Clicks, who…Read More

Swiss Fans Throw Tennis Balls on Field to Protest TV Time Change (Video)

That’s definitely one of those titles that immediately produces a “huh?” reaction.  Don’t worry, that was mine too.  As Out of Bounds points out, fans of the Swiss soccer team FC Basel were irate about the start time of an important match against FC Luzern.  The match was moved to 12:45 so that the network…Read More

Those Sacramento Kings Are Playing Some Good Hockey

In one picture, you’ll see why I never got into watching sports on the local news: That blunder took place on CBS channel 2 in Los Angeles with Jim Hill as the news anchor, and it was brought to our attention by the great Ben Maller via LA Observed. Can you imagine the LA Kings…Read More

Boring the World One Cliché at a Time

Remember the PE coach you had when you were a kid? Middle-aged fellow, hated life, perhaps kicked a dog or two along the way, worked the night shift at Denny’s perhaps. Or what about the trite, hackneyed maxims that he would yell… “It’s gut check time!” (Good, so allow me to punch you in the…Read More

John Wall’s Dougie at Wizards’ Home Opener Was Kind of Awkward (Video)

When someone does the Dougie Dance either in celebration or just for fun, it usually begins and ends rather quickly.  That was the case with the legendary Dougies of Braylon Edwards, Reid Brignac, and the Oregon Duck.  For some reason it seemed awkward when John Wall broke out the Dougie during the pregame introductions of…Read More

Karl Meltzer Ran the Pony Express: 2064 Miles in 40 Days

Back before the days of cars and planes, the mail used to be delivered by horseback. The Pony Express was set up in the 1860s to facilitate communication from the East to the West and it stretched from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California. In commemoration of the 150 year anniversary of the Pony Express,…Read More

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