- Amazingly, Sadly, Fat Lineman Is Now Even Fatter
- Ken Jeong Photobombed A Bunch Of 'Kate Upton Pretends To Be Boning/Giving Footjobs' Photoshoots
- Michelle Beadle Thinks Her Relationship With Erin Andrews Is Like Tiger Woods And Sergio Garcia's
- A Children's Treasury Of People Catching Foul Balls While Holding Babies
- Injured Steelers Tight End Heath Miller Is Improving, But Cautious
The NFL is getting much nicer these days, which seems to contradict Roger Goodell’s normally dictatorial style. First, they pushed back the late afternoon start time from 4:15 to 4:25 to avoid overlap with the early afternoon games. Now they’re helping out the commoners by lightening the blackout rules for television, which previously required a 100 percent sellout for games to remain televised locally.
Wimbledon + elder Scottish woman who might have had a few too many + sprightly Pam Shriver = incredibly awkward interview. Whether or not the interviewee is drunk, that’s for you to decide. Shriver, sensing it was time to get out after a minute of incoherence, insisted “quickly, Helen” as she delved into some tangent about how she got to Wimbledon.
Minnesota Twins’ shortstop Brian Dozier was batting today in the bottom of the 5th against the Kansas City Royals when something inexplicable happened. A 1-0 fastball rode in on Dozier’s hands and jammed him, and he only managed to knock the ball 45 feet up the first base line into foul territory. Except all of a sudden the ball, which was at least five feet foul, spun violently back into fair territory for an infield single. There’s really no sufficient way to explain this – only the video can do it justice. We don’t say this often, but you really need to see this, after the jump.
Rufus the anti-pigeon hawks deters pigeons and other small birds from bothering players and spectators during matches at Wimbledon. It’s an important job at the All England Club because PIGEONS ARE GROSS. This has been a tradition for the past 12 years, and, for the most part, has worked pretty well. But now, thanks to some criminal activity, PIGEONS WILL RUN WILD.
Yep, the Penn State hullabaloo isn’t quite over yet. CNN has obtained the alleged content of emails sent between former Penn State President Graham Spanier, Vice President Gary Schultz and Athletic Director Tim Curley concerning 2001 abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky, and now the question of Joe Paterno’s involvement in this whole mess is back in limbo.
Unranked Yaroslava Shvedova of Kazakhstan upset the 10th-seeded Sara Errani in the third round of Wimbledon today, 6-0, 6-4. Except that “0″ was of particular significance, as Shvedova won every single point of the first set. That’s perfection at its finest, people.
Usian Bolt lost! Sound the alarms! Protect the women and children! Yohan Blake beat the world’s fastest man at Jamaica’s 100 meter Olympic trial by .11 seconds, finishing with a time of 9.75 seconds.
Kevin Garnett has re-signed with the Boston Celtics, according to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports. The deal is reportedly worth $34 million over three years.
The NBA Draft is always full of
poorly well-dressed men. But we’re no fashion experts, so we didn’t feel it was our place to comment. Instead, New York Knicks legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier sat down with Amy K. Nelson and Bomani Jones of SB Nation to analyze the fashion sense of those who shook David Stern’s hand on Thursday night. Let’s get to them wheelin’ and dealin’.
Playing in the LPGA’s WalMart NW Arkansas Open is a homecoming for Stacy Lewis, and the support for her and her school was there in full force.