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Fate is making the Yankees rally around each other, but maybe the team isn't as close-knit as ESPN's Doug Glanville thinks. Glanville, a baseball analyst for ESPN, described the Yankees injury situation as 'Brokeback Mountain' on
Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti contacted an Oklahoma high school player who scored a wrong-way buzzer-beater for the opposing team to end a state playoff game on Thursday. The Thunder will host the young ma
Former Texas A&M running back Christine Michael blamed cold medicine for sleeping through a pair of scheduled interviews at last month's NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. Almost certain to be selected in the 2013 NFL Draft this April, Michael had a fantastic combine, impressing scouts by leading all running backs in the broad jump, vertical jump, 20-yard shuttle, three-cone drill and bench press.
Pittsburgh Steelers fans are serious football junkies. Case in point: the guy that got an awesome full-size replica of the Terrible Towel tattooed in black on his chest. Sure, the Terrible Towels most often waved by fans at Steelers' games are bright gold, but that's really not im
The NBA and its players union are nearing an agreement that will allow testing of players' blood for human growth hormone (HGH), ESPN reports. If the league and the National Basketball Players Association can come to terms, testing could begin as soon as the
As teams complete their regular seasons with hopes of being selected to the 68-team NCAA tournament field, national player of the year candidates are polishing their resumes for consideration. Unlike players from the teams on the bubble for the NCAA tournament, fans can be sure they'll see all of the following candidates in the 2013 tourney:
There are a lot of ways your mom can screw you up later in life, but at least she never drowned you because she thought your junk was too small. A woman in Indonesia drowned her son because she believed that his wiener was so small that he was doomed.
A man broke into a Baltimore fast-food restaurant last month and ate 16 slices of pie before falling asleep and being captured, police say. Baltimore police responded to a break-in at a Popeye's chicken restaurant on Feb. 19, whereupon they found a 62-year-old man asleep on the floor of the establishme
That's not much of a backflip, dude. Missing the balance beam, landing and crushing your nuts in the process isn't a really good attempt. If people are able to make a car do a backflip, you can do a lot better than that.
This had to be staged. Hear that laughter (before the dude's moaning wails)?
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