Bad Kobe! Stop Humping That Poor Girl’s Leg!

As an athlete, you can always tell when you’ve crossed over from just being a basketball player or a football player into an icon when kids all over the country start popping up with your name.  As a teenager growing up in the 90’s, I met many new babies named Jordan or Payton around the […]

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There Is No Sex In The Ralph Wilson Stadium Stall

Is there anything more romantic than attending a football game with your loved one?  Just the two of you, in your favorite player’s jersey, surrounded by 50,000 loud-mouthed drunks watching a bunch of giants trying to kill each other.  It just doesn’t get any more romantic than that.

Of course, the problem is that attending such […]

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400k For Jets Tickets, Buyer’s Remorse Imminent

$400,000 is a lot of money. Imagine all the things you could do. Get a summer house down at the shore. Take that European vacation you’ve always wanted. Eat filet mignon with supermodels every day and wipe your mouth with a $100 bill. Or go watch the Jets play for all eternity. Yes, one […]

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Chris Cooley Shows Just How Cool He Really Is

While there’s no statistic out there to prove it, it seems like when an athlete is asked by some dying fan to give them a visit or send them a personalized autograph or something else along those lines, more often than not they feel like they’re being forced to do it just to avoid a […]

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Tony Dungy’s Lost Credit Card Returned By Fan

If Tony Dungy seems a bit distracted right now, he has every right to be. It’s not very often that the coach finds his Indianapolis Colts at 1-2 and out of first place in the AFC South, and he’s been using the Colts bye week to help figure out a way to get his team […]

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Race Fans to Limit Themselves to a Case of Beer

Brave Australian motor sports fans will trek across the continent to take in the spectacle of the Bathurst 1000 race with the full knowledge that, when they arrive, they will have to get by on one case of beer for the whole day’s festivities.  (Per person, of course.  This is still Australia.)

It’s only one case […]

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Carlos Quentin Breaks Wrist, ChiSox Fans’ Hearts

Dustin Pedroia might win this thing after all. News just came out that MVP candidate/all-around stud Carlos Quentin will have surgery on Monday to insert a screw into his messed up wrist, most likely ending his season.

It’s still a mystery as to how exactly he sustained the injury.

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24-Hr Wiffleball Game Sets New Guinness Record

Among the great feats of collective human engineering, a few things stick out. The Great Wall of China. The Colosseum. The Circus Maximus. Mall of America. Craig Sager’s suits. They’re the sort of accomplishments that restore faith in humanity. Hey, if a few thousand Italians could’ve built the Colosseum 2,000 years ago, there’s nothing we […]

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Dutch Get The Gold Medal For Olympic Partying

Although they might not top the medal count, the Dutch have apparently found one event at the Beijing Olympics that they can excel at: Partying. The WASHINGTON POST has a first-hand account of the Heineken House, the 800,000 square-foot “national house” that is the undisputed gold medal winner as the place to party for revelers. […]

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Wrigley Fields To Throw 1st Pitch At Wrigley Field

As we enter the stretch run in the 2008 baseball season, it’s starting to look pretty clear that the Chicago Cubs are going to win the NL Central and get back to the playoffs for the second straight year. Of course, for Cubs fans, it’s already a special season because it marks the […]

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