This just in: Colin Cowherd has a big mouth. The thing that is particularly special about it is that Colin Cowherd knows Colin Cowherd has a big mouth. That’s what makes this so fun. CBS should consider adding this little embarrassing moment to their sitcom about the life of Cowherd, because those of us who are annoyed by him might actually tune in when that episode airs. The SportsNation gang decided to play an early April Fools joke on Cowherd earlier this week, and the result was fantastic. Check out the video of Brock Lesnar punking Colin Cowherd, courtesy of Around the Octagon:
No wonder The Undertaker is trying to bait Lesnar back to the WWE and Big Foot Silva wants to send him there. He obviously still does the pretending thing pretty well. Seeing Cowherd crap himself like that was probably one of the most entertaining minutes I’ve ever experienced.
At the end of the Knicks-Magic game, New York was up three with less than 10 seconds left. Jared Jeffries allowed Jason Richardson to take a three pointer without much defense and Richardson drained it to tie the game and send it to overtime. Knicks fans were all over coach Mike D’Antoni after Richardson tied it up, and one fan in particular was adamant that D’Antoni should have instructed his team to foul. That fan caught D’Antoni’s attention, and Mike even shook his head and responded to say that fouling was the wrong move as you can see in the picture above.
So what fan would be crazy enough to go nuts by the Knicks’ bench and yell at the coach in his face? Someone who happens to strongly resemble Amir Blumenfeld of College Humor. I have no idea if that is or isn’t Amir, but we do know he lives in New York, has the type of personality to get in a coach’s face during a game, and would have access to such good seats. I could be totally off here, but at the least we know Amir has a doppleganger who attends Knicks games and gets in D’Antoni’s face. Awesome no matter how you look at it.
UPDATE: Amir says it wasn’t him but he has someone at a Knicks game who looks just like him!
- Knicks fans
Do we have any Giants fans who are LBS regulars? If so, this video is for you. While the following video really has nothing to do with sports, I felt it had to be posted since this moron, who goes by Shoenice on YouTube, does all kinds of idiotic crap on video and is always wearing a New York Giants hat when he does it. Either that is the only hat he owns and he’s attached to it, or he must want his viewers to know he’s a Giants fan. Check out the video of Giants fan Shoenice eating a bottle of glue, courtesy of Barstool Boston:
This clown has eaten everything from pencil erasers to books of matches to tampons. You might ask why I call him a clown and I said I don’t blame Jeff Motuzas for doing anything and everything for money. The reason is I doubt Shoenice is getting paid upwards of $1,000 each time he destroys his intestines. Basically I’m having a chicken vs. the egg debate here. Is this guy insane because that’s how New York Giants fans are, or is he just a Giants fan who happens to be insane?
When thieves robbed the home that David Price, Evan Longoria, and Reid Brignac rent on Saturday, they made off with just about everything you would expect. We have no idea how much evidence was left behind or if police will catch the men who broke into their Bradenton home, but from the look of it the process was well-planned.
According to the St. Petersburg Times, the house was broken into in the middle of the day when all three men were at a game next door at Charlotte Sports Park. One would have to assume the culprits knew exactly whose home they were robbing, or they probably would not have attempted it in broad daylight. As of now, they must be satisfied with the results.
The thieves made off with a 60-inch flat screen TV, three iPads, two Xbox systems, headphones, a laptop, and several expensive watches. Price told reporters that his estimated loss alone was around $50,000. Police are exploring the idea that the crime was committed by some people who stopped at the house earlier in the week to ask if it would be available to rent soon.
“The good thing was that nobody was there and nobody got hurt and everything is material that we can replace,” Brignac said. “It’s very unfortunate that people would stoop that low. That’s what we get for being trusting, kind people. These random people came up and we could have been like, ‘No, y’all get out of here.’ “
While Butler was on its way to punching a second Final Four ticket in two years, its cheerleading squad was leading an electric crowd. The Bulldog cheerleaders didn’t just rely on the traditional “rah-rah” tactics, however. They used intimidation. Check out this scary Butler male cheerleader, courtesy of Mocksession:
The first thing I thought of when I saw this picture was the Louisville cheerleader who got a technical foul last month. If this Butler cheerleader pulled the same stunt, would the refs have the balls to give him a technical? Not if he had that face on.
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Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez has spent the week in Las Vegas doing some nice charity work with the Boys and Girls Club of Las Vegas. He threw passes to Palms Casino owner and Sacramento Kings enemy George Maloof while putting on a clinic. He also showed off his cooking chops in the Palms Steakhouse kitchen, acting as a chef:
That picture has nothing to do with anything, but I thought it was too funny to pass up. Thanks to The Jets Stream for the image.
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When you were in high school, did you have a kid in your class who would do anything for money and/or attention? Most people did. I certainly did. This kid — let’s call him Jimmie — got into about a two-month long rhythm of snorting any food product we put in front of him to make a couple bucks. I’m talking Cheez-its, apple juice, potato chips, Hostess cream filling, Fun Dip, you name it. Guess what? Jimmie has nothing on Arizona Diamondbacks bullpen catcher Jeff Motuzas.
According to the Wall Street Journal, via Ben Maller, Motuzas will do just about anything for money. In fact, the self-proclaimed “responsible father” of two and family man claims his willingness to pull off insane and disgusting stunts has helped pay for two mortgages and raise money for his sons’ college funds.
Motuzas has supplemented his modest salary (estimated to be less than $60,000) by accepting challenges to eat monster boogers and concoctions consisting of three-day old chili and tobacco spit. He’s also been shot at close range with a BB gun, punched in the groin repeatedly, and dry shaved his armpits and applied medicinal hot balm on the skin for an entire game.
“Tooz will eat anything except poop, urine and vomit,” Diamondbacks reliever Sam Demel said. “No, wait—I’m sorry. He will eat vomit.”
- Jeff Motuzas