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Johnny Manziel’s First Half Against Alabama Includes Scrambling, Play Making, And Trucking Security Guards
He helped the guy up, but probably could have avoided running into him in first place, had he used any of the attributes he uses to avoid Alabama’s pass rush. Also, one of his trademark scrambles after the jump…
“I’m going to need your clothes, your boots, and that football.” Five times in almost as many consecutive plays. Almost five in a row, had they not dropped the easiest pick of them all. Video of all six plays after the jump.
Definitely a good start for Miami despite coming into the season unranked. As for Florida, well, Tebow doesn’t have a job right now…
I heard you started reading a book? Cool, what’s it about? How bored you are? Love? C’mon, you’re not fooling anyone. Baseball is back. Behold it’s majesty…
Haslem with the snap, drops back into the pocket, slings a pass DEEP up the middle to LeBron James. But it’s short! James readjusts, battles cornerback Jeff Teague in the air and…it’s…INCOMPL- WAIT! NO! Tip Drill! James, falling to the ground, tips the ball towards Dwyane Wade for the Touchdown! Miami leads a lot to a little.
The Most Beautifully Calculated Flop Of The Year Involves Motorcycling And Deserves Your Tip Of The Cap
Apparently this one’s been floating around the internet for a while, but it just came to our attention today. A few months ago, a competitor in a motorcycle race in Brazil crashed his bike going around a bend. Because he was unhurt and probably still in the race, he worked on his damaged bike to get back in the thick of things. But 20 seconds in, he realized the futility of his efforts – his competitors were well ahead of him now and there was no chance to recoup lost time. The well-orchestrated flop details, after the jump.
High School Quarterback Has TD Run Called Back Because Being Awesome Is Apparently An Unsportsmanlike Conduct Penalty
Unsportsmanlike conduct penalties are usually reserved for actions outside of the spirit of the game – excessive violence, taunting, making contact with a quarterback in any way whatsoever and so on. California high school football operates under a different directive, however, one that punishes the most sportsmanlike plays with a swift hammer of justice.
You thought it was over when Jeremy Evans viciously swatted away a Ronnie Turiaf jumper during last night’s preseason game. Except Evans collected the ball and raced the other way, launching from the second hashmark and raising the ball up for a slam. Poor old Ronnie thought he’d avenge his embarrassment with a rejection of his own, except Evans’ athleticism proved a bit too daunting. Oof.