- This Butt-Check In Last Night's Sharks-Kings Game Was A Lot More Violent Than The Butt-Fumble
- Tony Allen Set A New Low For Egregriously And Horribly Flopping
- Scott Engel's One On One: The Entrepreneur-Catcher John Buck
- Is This The Saddest Sports GIF Ever?
- Injured Steelers Tight End Heath Miller Is Improving, But Cautious
World, meet Dylan Moses. A 6’1″ 217lb 8th grader with scholarship offers from the entire SEC. Justifiably so, despite the possibility that the uncomfortably early attention turns him into Amanda Bynes. Or worse, Tyrann Mathieu!
An Oklahoma Quarterback Was Arrested For Passing Out Drunk And Snoring On A Hill. That’s So College, Bro!
With his prospects of landing a job on the playing field fading by the day, speculation is that Tim Tebow may opt for a broadcasting career. This could set up a monumental bidding war between Fox Sports and ESPN, which is something we’d love to see. But if this happens, Tebow may be wise to turn them both down.
After his second major knee injury, Marcus Lattimore was written off. Then Frank Gore called him, and told him that the same thing happend to him. So Lattimore got to work rehabbing. Now they’re teammates.
The design elves at Nike were up all night making these: uniforms to be worn by the Oregon Ducks on Saturday in their annual spring game. On the back: the words “Support Our Troops”.
“Weed addict” and cornerback Tyrann “Honey Badger” Mathieu did not go in the first round the NFL Draft last night, which made this party obsolete. What does he care? His lady, Sydni Paige Russell, is a New Orleans
Hornets Pelicans cheerleader. All is good.
We’ve talked a lot today about mock drafts and how everyone is suddenly an expert come draft time. How about some of the people lining up outside of Radio City Music Hall for the first round tonight? They’re dedicated — they must know a ton about football players, right? Well, about that…
By far the best part of the NFL Draft is seeing all the crazy names some of these kids have. Let’s rank our favorites and see where they’ll be headed — hopefully, to a team near you.