Football on unicycles? Sure, why not. Intramural dodgeball has become way too mainstream, anyway.
Sometimes the shopping mall pretzel cart can be a romantic catalyst for young love. Other times it can serve as a backdrop for a failed (yet hilarious) marriage proposal. Sadly, for the gentleman in the video below, the former is less oft-occurring than the latter.
Everybody at the Indianapolis Ice game gave Richard Marsh a standing ovation when he earned $50,000 for charity by shooting a hockey puck through a six-inch target from 200 feet away. Except, of course, for a third party insurance company, which refused to donate the money because of a minor rule...
The Miami Heat Super Friends can do some pretty impressive things. Last night, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James demonstrated their ability to score on 90-foot ally-oop passes while Chris Bosh showed the world his “stand there and be supportive” talents.
Early yesterday morning, ESPN showed live coverage of uber-recruit Jadeveon Clowney’s press conference in which he announced where he will play college football in 2011. In case you don’t spend much time perusing the high school bleachers, here’s 11 minutes worth of reasons as...
On Friday night, the Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Islanders tried to answer the age old question, how many people have to get punched in the head in order to set the NHL record for penalty minutes in a single game?”
A varsity basketball star did a superb job exposing the shoddy workmanship on his high school's backboard. The two teenage girls who conducted the post-shattering interview, however, did a relatively poor job with the color commentary.
In order to garner some attention for their recent on-court accomplishments, mid-major powerhouse George Mason University has fired up the Inter-web and used a combination of adorable animation and Duke mockery. Quite frankly, the combination is brilliant.
For years, the Harlem Globetrotters have been the gold standard of useless basketball skills that have no place in real games. That is, of course, until a 12-year-old kid from Washington showed them up during an elementary school appearance.
During an upcoming 60 Minutes interview with Anderson Cooper, Lady Gaga tried to use her international star power to gain access into her old studio apartment in New York City, but got swiftly denied by the new tenant in the process. Classic.