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Hey Guys, Here’s A Last Minute Costume Idea We Think You’ll Love: The Douchey New York Sports Blogger
Not sure what costume to wear tonight? Sick of being a werewolf? Hate makeup? Have a burning fear of leaving your apartment? Constantly mad because you’re under six feet tall and terrible at sports? Well do we have the costume for you…
“Oh no! My easily digestible storyline about Dez Bryant being immature has been ruined by facts!”
Pam Oliver Reportedly Made Terrible Jokes And Pissed Off A Bunch Of New Yorkers At A Fancy Breakfast
Here’s a word of advice to non-New Yorkers: Don’t insult New Yorkers to their faces. Here’s more advice: Don’t insult New Yorkers by saying they are impolite and don’t help people. Finally, and this one’s important: Don’t talk shit about their sports teams.
We noted earlier this week that the MLB made a major mistake in scheduling the World Series by having four of seven possible games compete directly with the NFL. As bad as that looks for the league and the sport in general (“Hey, did you watch the World Series? Me neither. Oooh, Jaguars-Vikings is on!”), the real loser is FOX.
‘Sports Illustrated Swimsuit: 50 Years of Beautiful’ Comes Out Today, And You’re Going To Want To See What’s Inside
Now you can own photographs of every single SI model that has graced the magazine’s spreads and display them on your coffee table. More photos, after the jump.
Geno Smith was decent for the most part — 17 of 33 for 233 yards, and a touchdown and interception apiece. He technically outplayed his counterpart, Mr. Thomas Brady, who failed to throw a touchdown even with his big red zone target back in action. That’s probably why the Daily News went with this cover today.
According to Holtz on ESPN, Stanford “looked like a team that was in midterms” during their loss to Utah on Saturday. Maybe he was looking at the game in a mirror? Because Stanford wasn’t in midterms … Utah was.
Rick Reilly responds to The Great Father-In-Law Misquote Controversy the only way he can, by saying “I stand by my reporting.” Sorry dad, but you’ll have to go under this bus for awhile ’til this thing blows over.
In which we discover that Twitter backlash to misquoting your father-in-law in a column is the most snarky Twitter backlash of all.
More power to you, Bro Witness. You may be “a fuckhead”, but America thanks you for your help in a time of crisis, and the Dolphins thank you for the boost in hat sales.