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Eight-year-old Noah Roberts, who has an aggressive form of brain cancer, was invited to run a play with the East Carolina football team at their spring game on Saturday. After being assured by the offensive line that no one would tackle him, he took a handoff and sprinted for a touchdown. Yes, this has happened before (two weeks ago with a 7-year-old at Nebraska), and no, it never gets old.
Lending Waka Flocka Flame His Championship Ring Wasn’t The Only Mistake A.J. McCarron Made This Weekend
Crimson Tide quarterback and thus Head Bro To Rule All Bros A.J. McCarron had himself quite a weekend. How did we know that, considering we don’t often party with SEC quarterbacks? Well, the social media-sphere was kind enough to deliver evidence for us. In fact, McCarron himself delivered some of the choicest material, including a demonstration of what a rapper will do with your NCAA Championship ring and a hat with the worst acronym ever.
Nut down! Nut down! Brutus Buckeye, the most physically abused mascot in the Big Ten, was crushed by linebacker David Perkins while receiving a pass (!) during an Ohio State scrimmage on Saturday. Funeral arrangements are pending (he was, apparently, unhurt).
Nebraska Lets 7-Year-Old Brain Cancer Patient Score TD Before 60,000 Fans, And It Sure Is Getting Dusty In Here
With a little help from his friends, 7-year-old brain cancer patient Jack Hoffman rambled 69 yards for a touchdown in front of 60,000 fans during Nebraska’s spring scrimmage on Saturday.
Back in the 1980s, University of Iowa football coach Hayden Fry had the locker room for Hawkeye opponents painted pink. Well, here in 2013, we’ll have none of that “equating pink with femininity” business, because two lawyers are taking a stand, of sorts. More after the jump.
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This Auburn Football Scandal Is The Latest In The Line Of Pathetic, Behemoth Football Programs Overriding The Law
Look, another college football scandal! This time, it’s Auburn, paying players, altering grades, screwing over a player in legal trouble. You know, the usual. Details, after the jump.