Brock Hekking: Best mullet on earth?


Nevada linebacker Brock Hekking took the internet by storm on Saturday night when he was shown on the field during warmups before his team’s win over Washington State. Do we really need to explain why?

Hekking might just be the biggest bro on the planet, let alone in the sport of college football. His bleach-blond mullet is a sight to behold. The way he rocks it under his Beats headphones with a bandana on is simply the icing on the cake. The senior took it a step further with some war paint when the game began.

I think it’s obvious that this is Brock Hekking’s world. We’re all just living in it.

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Bucknell football team has hilarious roster headshots


The Bucknell football team absolutely killed the headshot game this season. Apparently the members of the Bison roster decided that they were going to put a ton of effort into photo day, and the results were incredible. It was an absolute frenzy of facial hair and fantastic haircuts.

For starters, we had a group of students who dominated the mustache scene:


Then, there were those who preferred the goatee:

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Jose Reyes unveils new dyed hairstyle


Say whatever you want about Jose Reyes’ new hairstyle, but I’d be willing to bet he is the only person in professional sports who has it. When the Toronto Blue Jays shortstop was wearing a hat over the weekend, it may not have looked like he was hiding some sort of exotic hairstyle. When he took it off — BAM.

Reyes has a thick patch of hair on the back of his head that he has dyed blond. Why? We have absolutely no idea, but we have never seen anything quite like it.

This isn’t the first time Reyes has decided to go blond, but it is probably the first time he has featured two different hairstyles on top of his head at the same time. Power move? Eh…

Photo via @GoldAndOrSmith

Arturo Vidal’s haircut in full form at World Cup

Arturo Vidal hair

If you’re ever thinking about changing up your current hairstyle, may I suggest a move to the Arturo Vidal?

The Chilean midfielder’s hair was all the rage at the World Cup, and it’s easy to see why. It’s symmetrical, it’s Mohawky, and there are several layers to it. What’s not to love?

Plus, how can you beat the way it all comes together in the back?

Arturo Vidal haircut

That’s awesome. Too bad it looks so boring from the front.

Even kids are getting in on the fun.

Do you think the barber would understand if I sat down in the chair and said give me the Arturo Vidal? If so, then that’s a keeper.

Evan Longoria has a blond mohawk

Evan Longoria blond mohawk

Evan Longoria is absolutely styling with his new haircut.

The Tampa Bay Rays third baseman was seen sporting a new ‘do during his team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles Monday. He’s got a bleached-blond mohawk happening:

I think he needs a few teeth knocked out to complete the badass look. The blond hair is cool, but I would have preferred to see him go Demolition Man instead of mohawk.

Photo: Twitter/CorkGaines

Jonathan Broxton gave teammates Sam LeCure and Mike Leake goofy haircuts

sam-lecure-goofy-haircutWhen you need to change things up a bit, a different haircut is sometimes the way to go. That was the case for Cincinnati Reds pitchers Sam LeCure and Mike Leake.

Fortunately for both of them, Jonathan Broxton was there to help. The Reds reliever grabbed some clippers and went to work on his teammates and the results were definitely interesting.

If LeCure was expecting something goofy when he looked in the mirror, he got what he was looking for.

If I had to sport one, I’d go with the Mohawk like Mike Leake. Thankfully, I don’t have to choose.


The bad news for the Reds is they lost again on Friday night. The good news is at least they can cut their goofy hair. It certainly didn’t help LeCure, who gave up three hits and a walk in 0.1 innings in relief Friday.

Manny Ramirez shows off new haircut in Fenway Park return

Manny Ramirez hair

Manny Ramirez sure is making the rounds in MLB this week. Not only was it announced over the weekend that he’ll be taking a player-coach role within the Chicago Cubs organization, but he returned to Fenway Park on Wednesday for a 10-year anniversary celebration of the Boston Red Sox’s 2004 World Series-winning team. And Manny showed off quite the new hairdo while he was in town.

Manny Ramirez haircut

I don’t know what you call that hairstyle, but I’m calling it the skunk.

Lovely style, Manny. But I still prefer you as a conehead.

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