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- Andrew Luck Is A Top 5 Quarterback And Nobody's Impressed -- Why?
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- Ace Jon Lester Makes Pitch For Young Pal Fighting Cancer
It’s like a Chamander turned into Charizard and no one said, “Holy shit, Charmander. How the hell did you do that?”
Three engineers have quit their jobs to build a 7-ton fighting robot, and have launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a MegaBot fighting league.
Michelle Beadle fighting Darth Vader? Marcellus Wiley as Yoda? This brings back ugly, terrible childhood memories of the infamous Star Wars Holiday Special, which aired only once and which George Lucas has worked his entire life to suppress. Could tonight’s show be even worse? It’s a high bar, but it’s possible.
In what continues to be one of the strangest traditions of all time, fans of a sports team celebrated their side’s victory by injuring one another, breaking fragile items, setting things on fire, yelling obscenities and fighting with police.
Former Raiders and Royals player Bo Jackson drops by to talk about Dolemanity and his Give Me a Chance Foundation and tell you how you can play a round of golf and watch a Raiders-49ers game from the sidelines with him.
Onion Headline Of The Week: ’2-Year-Old Never Thought He Would Live To See Giants Win World Series’. Ha.
Depending on who you ask, LeBron James returned to the Cavaliers because he thought the team would be better than the Heat going forward and because he had a chance to win a title for his hometown, or just because of the first thing. Nike obviously loves the “for Cleveland” angle, as seen in this “Together” ad released today.