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It was a bad week for quarterbacks, a good week for blunders, and an excellent week for getting hit in the face. Week four of BIG BORED MONDAY is the best, the worst, and the weirdest of college & pro football.
Somebody should tell him hands work better. A Yankee fan at last night’s matchup with the Rays tried, and failed, to catch a foul ball — and it smacked him right in the face.
The Giants’ Michael Boley celebrated a touchdown by breaking a poor photographer assistant’s face. Here’s the super-slow-motion video.
“Big Bored Monday” is a pastiche of the Friday night “highlight” films popular in Texas and the Midwest, where we look at the best, worst, and weirdest moments of the football weekend. (Think “wacky football highlights” mixed with “very cheesy music.”).
This week’s batch of interesting incidents will leave you, like OU coach Bob Stoops, sick to your stomach due to overindulging on awesome.
Baylor may be a Baptist university, but that didn’t stop a student from contributing to our series chronicling obscene gestures by flipping the double-bird.
Our first SportsGrid Video of the young college football season has arrived, and it honors the hirsute Sun Devil.
Miami supporter and former 2 Live Crew head Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell is unhappy about convicted felon Nevin Shapiro calling himself “Little Luke” and jeopardizing the Hurricanes’ relationship with the NCAA — so here’s his cousin “Uncle Bubba” and a take on one of the Crew’s biggest hits.
Young love in the summer is a beautiful thing. It fostered Thursday night in the top of the third inning of the Cincinnati Reds’ matchup in Washington against the Nationals, when Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips showed his delicate affection for Nats first baseman Michael Morse.