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Rangers Center Dale Weise Gatorade Squirt Fail (Video)

I guess you can say it was just one of those nights for New York Rangers call-up center Dale Weise. As if it wasn’t bad enough that he had a goal waved off when the refs determined he kicked it into the net, someone played a prank on Weise when he returned to the bench. Or at least it certainly looks like a prank to me. If not, he really did have a rough night. Check out the Dale Weise Gatorade fail video, courtesy of Deadspin:

Rex Ryan Dumps Gatorade on Jason Taylor

We all knew that Rex Ryan wasn’t the most orthodox coach in football. From taunting Miami fans at an MMA event to challenging his players in a weight loss competition, Ryan does things unconventionally. I mean how often do you see a coach dumping gatorade on a player? Isn’t it supposed to work the other way around? Not for Ryan. He decided to celebrate Jason Taylor’s sack and win over his former team with a gatorade bath. Check out the Rex Ryan and Jason Taylor gatorade video:

Just like Nick Saban, they nailed Taylor in the head. I’m sure that’s the biggest hit he took all night.

Nick Saban Dosed by the Gatorade Cooler in the Head During Celebration

If they don’t call him no-fun-Nick, maybe they should. Alabama’s head coach Nick Saban apparently has a no Gatorade bath rule for victories that his team broke on Thursday night. Considering it was the National Championship game, I’m sure Saban was fine to be on the receiving end of the red shower. Problem is his players got too overzealous and wound up running into his noggin with the cooler. Watch the Nick Saban Gatorade bath video to check it out:

Saban was even asked about the Gatorade bath after the game and seemed to echo our sentiment expressed above: “I’m a lot happier with the bath than if I didn’t get one, I can tell you that.” Yes coach, some moments are worth celebrating. Saban now has won titles at both LSU and Alabama, and this one came in just his third year at Tuscaloosa. Not too bad my friend, not too bad. When ranking college football head coaches, I’d have to say Saban tops the list.