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When the college football season kicks off in less than a month, it seems like every team in the country will be wearing something new. Check out all of the new threads you’ll be seeing, after the jump.
Happy Friday, loyal SportsGrid readers. As my final act as a SportsGrid intern, I bring you 377 seconds of unadulterated sports history brilliance through video. This is why we love sports. I got goosebumps watching it for the fifth time today. It’s that good.
Goodbye, and I love you all.
Kevin Durant’s first movie came out today, and according to a widely-used movie review website, the film isn’t quite up to the level of excellence we’re used to seeing from KD. The details, after the jump.
Nothing gets the blood flowing and the testosterone pumping quite like Sly Stallone yelling at you and a guy getting from point A to point B using unconventional movement to master his terrain. Take it away, Rocko! [h/t Reddit]
Last night, I found myself at a loss. Lance Armstrong, the most decorated cyclist in the sport’s history, and one of the most dominant athletes in the history of all sports, was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles. How Lance Armstrong’s athletic legacy would be looked upon seemed irrelevant to me. There was a much bigger, far more important question on the table: how would millions of cancer patients who drew hope from Lance Armstrong be affected?
Chad Johnson has had a downright awful summer. Arrested on domestic battery charges. Cut by the Dolphins (on television, no less). Now, more of the Artist Formerly Known As Ocho’s dirty laundry is being aired on the internet.
NFL kickoff is only 12 days away, meaning you’ll soon be drafting your fantasy football team. Make no mistake: Who you pick to be on your pretend football team will be the most important set of decisions you make this year. We understand you might be new to the fantasy football scene. It’s a growing industry that gains new players every year. And while the rules are simple, it’s difficult to pick up on some of the intricacies of a draft. So here are 10 tips to guide you through your 15 rounds.