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Blitz decides to go deep on some one-on-one coverage, effectively shaking his defender about five yards into his route as he falls and somehow bounces six inches off the pavement. No one helps him up. Seahawks win again.
Just when you thought all sports mascots were just womanizing athletes with a penchant for throwing buckets of confetti on patrons and dry humping unsuspecting game officials, Heater makes us rethink everything. The Dayton Dragons mascot shared a conversation with a young, deaf fan in sign language, and the world seems like a less evil place.
ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW: Denver Nuggets’ Mascot Passes Out While Being Lowered To Court, Gives Illusion He’s Dead
Generally, when an NBA team hangs something from the rafters, it’s not a dead mascot. (Note: He wasn’t actually dead, just, um, temporarily dead.) The only footage of this hilarious/creepy/potentially horrible accident, after the jump..
Sometimes we wonder if schools hire serial killers and diabolical surgeons from Hell to design mascot costumes. The 16 absolute grossest, most terrifying, after the jump…
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Dear Wichita State, Please Explain The Real Meaning Behind “The Shockers” So We Can Stop Making Dane Cook Jokes
One in the final four, and none in the stink: Shockers are people who harvest wheat, apparently. That being said, what the hell is with the mascot? Is it a stalk of wheat, or a partially exploded Polly-O string cheese? Rastafarian Bart Simpson? Wikipedia, activate explanation!
Now, this is how you greet female celebrities, 50 Cent.
Everyone Was Fine, So It’s Okay To Laugh At This Oblivious Mascot Taking Out A Backflipping Cheerleader
Western Illinois’ mascot Rocky isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed. One of the school’s cheerleaders was backflipping across the basketball court when Rocky ambled across the court. Now those mascot heads are big and bulky and shift around a lot, so maybe he just couldn’t see. But whatever the reason, Rocky stumbled right into the backflipping cheerleader and the two collided.
Now Denver did get the last laugh because they beat Oklahoma City 121-118 in overtime, but not before Russell Westbook could goaltend two of the Denver mascot’s trick shots. Kevin Garnett has the annoying habit of doing the same to post-whistle shots, and nobody likes Kevin Garnett. So don’t be Kevin Garnett, Russell Westbrook. Please.