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Saturday, November 28, 2015

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Reporter Dale Hansen got his big break from wrestling a bear

Reporter Dale Hansen of WFAA-TV in Dallas has become a nationally-known personality thanks to his poignant and respected sports commentaries that have gone viral online. His “unplugged” commentary on Michael Sam landed him on “Ellen,” and was featured on websites throughout the world. Most recently, he went viral after unloading on the Dallas Cowboys for…Read More

Will Ferrell responds to John Madden’s criticism

Will Ferrell took a heavy dose of criticism from none other than John Madden for his spring training stunt where he played in 10 different games for 10 different teams in the same day. Ferrell’s stunt was done for charity and recorded with camera crews for a future TV project. Though Ferrell’s day-long affair was…Read More

Roxanne Chalifoux performed Villanova fight song on The Tonight Show (Video)

Roxanne Chalifoux became an internet sensation over the weekend as she played her piccolo with tears streaming down her face after Villanova’s loss to North Carolina State in the NCAA Tournament. On Monday, the band member made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. She joined musical guest The Roots to present a…Read More

Mo’ne Davis wants Joey Casselberry reinstated

Mo’ne Davis wants Joey Casselberry, the college baseball player who was dismissed from his team after he called her a “slut” on Twitter, to be reinstated by his school. Casselberry was kicked off the Bloomsburg University baseball team over the weekend for sending this nasty tweet about Davis. He later apologized. The 13-year-old Davis has…Read More

Delaware high school looking to change Redskins nickname

A Delaware high school is in the process of changing its nickname and mascot from Redskins for the next school year. The Delaware News Journal reports that Conrad Schools of Science has a “retire the mascot committee” that has met three times since February to help move along the process of dropping the offensive name….Read More

Middle school basketball players stop game to confront bullies

A group of middle school students from Kenosha, Wisc. walked off the court during a game this week to confront several bullies who were poking fun at a member of their cheerleading squad. The cheerleader, Lincoln Middle School eighth grader Desiree Andrews, has Down syndrome. When Miles Rodriguez, Scooter Terrien and Chase Vazquez realized Andrews…Read More

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