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He’s known to rise early, he’s very accurate with small white objects, and he was seen in the O.co Coliseum fraternizing with Raiders fans later in the day. Exactly where were you the morning of Oct. 12, Tiger Woods?
Jaxson de Ville on the hot seat after holding up this sign during Steelers’ game on Sunday. Twitter was not amused.
Toronto Maple Leafs fan, consider yourself trolled. But you’re just one of many. A brief history of the Dallas Stars Jumbotron, following the jump.
The three-term senator is in a tight re-election campaign, so it was time to get serious at an LSU tailgate on Saturday. Keg stand politics will be the next big thing, mark my words.
In America, the ceremonial first pitch is reserved for the distinguished and the renowned, and the occasional Chewbacca. Not so in Japan, which serves up a heaping portion of nightmare fuel before each and every game. Things you cannot unsee, following the jump.
In one of the greatest feats in sporting history, a fan at London’s Wembley Stadium launched a paper airplane from the nosebleeds that went on to collide with a player on the field. England topped Peru 3-0 in the World Cup warm-up game, but the real story on the pitch was the The Little Airplane That Could.
Nigerian goalkeeper Austin Ejide appears to flip ball into own net. That’s the fishiest thing I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen some fish in my time.
— Peter Hartlaub (@peterhartlaub) May 18, 2014
Meanwhile, a naked man has hopped a fence at Golden Gate park and is taunting the bison. This is why we love you, Bay to Breakers.