In the words of Springfield’s Honorable Judge Roy Snyder, “Boys will be boys.” Sometimes that involves this.
Minnesota’s decisive 24-10 victory over Penn State completed the school’s first four game Big Ten winning streak in over 40 years — so, you can imagine they’re riding high.
Jay Cutler suffered a serious injury in Week Seven against the Redskins. All reports indicated that Cutler had a torn groin and would miss at least four weeks.
El Camino Real high school junior varsity quarterback Jahlil Pinkett casually accepted a legally snapped football and convincingly walked over to the sideline shouting, “It’s the wrong ball,” implying that, well, it wasn’t the right type of football.
While the “Florida College Falcons” may sound like a made up basketball team from a Zac Efron movie, the rim that Freshman Anthony Allen just ripped from its moorings was very real.
In Part Two of the Pat Mayo Hour: Pat Mayo (@ThePME), Tim Anderson (@TimAnderson87) & Jamie McKay (@_JamesMcKay) discuss the ever evolving Richie Incognito/Jonathan Martin situation, asking if Incognito is an easy target, what information can we believe, do regular HR regulations apply to locker rooms, “mental toughness”, what is “acceptable” within NFL culture & what crosses the line, where’s mental health awareness at in pro sports and is Martin ever going to speak out on the matter?
In part one, Pat Mayo (@ThePME) welcomes Garion Thorne (@GarionThorne) & Tim Anderson (@TimAnderson87) to break down Week 10 in the NFL from a fantasy & gambling perspective.
Originating from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Russian Mikhail Tyurin, American Rick Mastracchio, and Koichi Wakata from Japan just shuttled the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic torch 231 miles above Earth for a six hour stroll in the void — along side two Cosmonauts at the International Space Station.
Virginia Military Institute’s Jordan Weethee is a 6’6″ redshirt sophomore from Greensboro, North Carolina.
Generating schedules that meet Major League Baseball’s requirements is more complicated than you imagine — and that’s not just because you’re a very stupid old lady (we’re assuming only stupid old ladies come to this site).
Sharks don’t have hands. They’re pretty much just big, muscular tubes with sharp triangles on one end and a rudder on the other (or “udder” if you want that sentence to rhyme).
Everyone’s been there. It’s your birthday. Everyone crowds around you as you rip through a small rectangular box neatly concealed in that nice wrapping paper.
According to published reports, Dez Bryant could have a serious back issue. Mark “Dr. Roto Bloom” and Adam Ronis provide in-depth analysis on the injury.
You’ve heard many perspectives on the bullying/hazing/racism-ing story of Richie Incognito, Jonathan Martin and the Miami Dolphins.
In any other context, this story would be almost funny. When you include it in the larger context of Richie Incognito’s other bullying allegations, it’s kind of horrifying.
Snap. Crackle. Pop. Like the first bowl of a fresh box of Rice Krispies, New York Knicks C Tyson Chandler’s non-displaced fracture of his right tibia leaves him sidelined until at least mid-December while also creating a void in what is already a thin position.
“They chaffe like hell.” Yes, they would — they were actually doing this. Luckily, they’re not and this is just a goof-spoof by the jokesters over at Funny or Die.
While it’s not the gig he’s been hoping for, Terrell Owens will be back on an NFL field this Sunday. He’ll be the 49ers’ honorary game captain, which sadly does not come with a paycheck (to our knowledge), but is still pretty cool.
Today has been kind of a bummer for news, what with most stories revolving around football players bullying each other, TV personalities bashing each other, or basketball players ignoring each other.
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