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The Rangers Coach And An NHL Ref Traded F-Bombs Last Night — An Exchange Brought To You By Gatorade Frost
Near the end of regulation in Game 4, Rangers coach John Tortorella — known for being a bit brusque and short-tempered, to say the last — got into it with one of the referees. That’s not surprising. What’s surprising is that said referee took the bait, and got caught doing so.
(UPDATE: Was It Punch, Not F***?) “I’m Gonna F*** You In The Face!”: This
Lingerie Legends Football League Coach Is A Very Vulgar Man
Very vulgar LFL coach Keith Hac doesn’t discriminate against his players because they are female. This is why he told one he’d “fuck (her) in the face,” in a purely motivational, totally non-sexual manner. Him being corrected by his player and immediately giving in is also fantastic. That is how I imagine every Chris Paul/Vinny Del Negro interaction went.
“That Looks F*cking…That Looks Like It’s Fun”: Seth Davis Was Really Excited About FGCU’s Post-Upset Celebration
Yesterday we told you about Kevin Garnett and Carmelo Anthony’s little tiff below Madison Square Garden. Their on-court jawing, possibly-but-not-probably about Honey Nut Cheerios, spilled into the postgame as ‘Melo waited by the Celtics bus to
punch apologize to Kevin Garnett, or something.
Well, nobody’s perfect. Nope, not even Kevin Durant. On the wrong end of a fairly lopsided affair between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Brooklyn Nets, Durant had had enough by game’s end. He let his temper get the best of him, cussing at a ref. And no, you’re not allowed to do that.
Phil Jackson may have won that battle, but clearly Mike D’Antoni has won the war. That is until he’s fired in five games and Phil Jackson becomes the third Lakers coach this season. Then D’Antoni will have lost the war. But for now, win.
Sometimes football is just as much about watching players and coaches mouth words that would make their grandmothers fill their pie-holes with soap as it as about watching them toss the actual pigskin. When the refs get in on the action, well, there goes civility all together. Enter Tony Corrente.
The Atlanta Falcons defeated the Carolina Panthers 30-28 yesterday afternoon after Matt Ryan’s 59-yard heave to Roddy White set up the game-winning field goal from Matt Bryant. Ryan was pretty stoked about the whole thing, especially since he took his team from his own 1-yard line into field goal range in only one minute and without timeouts.
M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore erupted in what was, in our estimation, one of the loudest “bullshit” chants ever during Sunday Night Football last night. Though it’s inflection was slightly different, going with the “bull-sh*t” [beat, beat] “bull-sh*t,” instead of “BULL, SH*T, BULL, SH*T,” it was equally effective.
That’s “gold or bust, bitch,” for those of you unable to decipher the censoring. Doug Collins is still bitter about the ’72 Munich games, when the Soviets defeated the Yanks 51-50 after some shenanigans with the clock and a called timeout, causing the final play to be replayed twice. So when Team USA took home gold earlier this morning, Collins knew exactly what type of pressure Team USA had been under. Back in ’72, when Collins’ Team USA squad took silver, the Americans had never lost an Olympic basketball game before.