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2012 Summer Olympics
The latest development in the Oscar Pistorius murder case of Reeva Steenkamp suggests that there may have been a love triangle between the two of them and a South African rugby player, Francois Hougaard. We don’t know if it’s true or not, but it seems like a plausible explanation. So, who is Francois Hougaard?
A Love Triangle May Have Been At The Center Of The Oscar Pistorius Case, According A Text Message And Nelson Mandela’s Assistant’s Twitter
There’s a new development in the Oscar Pistorius murder case: it may have happened because of a love triangle involving a South African rugby player. People are suspecting this because of Nelson Mandela’s personal assistant. Got that?
ESPN came out with their top 10 posts of 2012 (traffic-wise) today and in a shocking turn of events, ESPN.com users enjoy sex at the Olympics, the deaths of Jovan Belcher and Junior Seau, Tim Tebow – mostly separately – and…Rick Reilly?
U.S. Customs held Great Britain’s Olympic hero Mo Farah when all he was trying to do was go home. It was awkward, and it wasn’t the first time he’s had trouble with them. Details, after the jump.
Josh Sundquist was a Paralympic ski racer, and is now a motivational speaker and author. And now, you can add “Wearer of the Best Halloween Costume of 2012″ to that list of accolades. Full photo, after the jump.
The web roundup for Tuesday, September 18. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to email@example.com. After the jump, our starting five.
Saturday Night Live had a couple issues for its season premiere over the weekend: host Seth MacFarlane had to make Family Guy references since everyone knows him because of that, and an occasional over-reliance on pop culture references. But all wasn’t lost… thanks to Ryan Lochte.
Many viewers were none too happy with NBC’s coverage of the Olympics, but it wasn’t just those watching at home who had their qualms. It was the guy they were watching, too. Watch Bob Costas explain to Conan O’Brien (like a boss) just how NBC screwed the pooch so badly, after the jump.