• What the heck is this thing a Florida player tore off of a Tennessee player?

    Florida’s Quincy Wilson guaranteed the Gators would continue their decade-long win streak against Tennessee, saying "nobody has ever seen a duck pull a truck." He didn’t just talk off the field: He also got into a skirmish with a Vol on the field.That earned him an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.…

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  • Watch! Roy Nelson Kicks Referee John McCarthy

    There was a reason why Roy Nelson was the betting favorite heading into his heavyweight clash with Antonio Silva last night (Sat., Sept. 24, 2016) at UFC Fight Night 95 live on FOX Sports 1 from Ginasio Nilson Nelson arena in Brasilia, Brazil. The 40-year-old Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)…

  • Here's what the hell happened at the end of LSU-Auburn 2016

    As time expired in Saturday night's LSU-Auburn game, LSU took a last-second snap, and quarterback Danny Etling rolled out to find receiver D.J. Chark in the right corner of the end zone. Chark made a brilliant catch that, for a moment, appeared to give LSU a 19-18 victory. 1. Despite an LSU penalty…

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  • Unhappy Ronaldo subbed as Madrid held by Las Palmas

    A substituted Cristiano Ronaldo cut a disconsolate figure as Real Madrid conceded a late equaliser to draw 2-2 at Las Palmas on Saturday. Earlier, Barcelona shrugged off the absence of the injured Lionel Messi to move to within a point of Madrid at the top of the table as Luis Suarez and Neymar…

  • North Korea's U16 goalie let in one of the most embarrassing goals you'll ever see

    Goalkeepers have several jobs, but rarely is one of those jobs scoring goals.

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  • Elway on Osweiler: The deals you don’t make at times are the best

    Brock Osweiler looked like anything but an $18 million per year quarterback on Thursday night as the Texans were shut out in New England, and the guy who nearly signed him for not much less than that noticed. “A lot of times those deals you don’t make are the best ones,” Broncos executive V.P. of…

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  • Great white shark stalks kayaker until it encounters his secret weapon; video

    A kayak fisherman in Australia had just lost a good-sized pink snapper when he heard a big splash behind him. “When I turned around I was greeted with a 4-meter [13-foot] shark,” Michael Robertson wrote on his YouTube video description, later telling PerthNow, “I’m pretty sure he gobbled the…

  • Updated: Bucs' Austin Seferian-Jenkins jailed after early-morning DUI arrest, cut by team

    Third-year Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins has already been on thin ice with his team, and he made things much worse on Friday morning after being arrested for driving under the influence. The arrest report says Seferian-Jenkins had glassy eyes and his breath smelled of…

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  • This Arkansas hit shows exactly why we have a targeting rule

    Targeting isn't a foul reserved for helmet-to-helmet hits, and it's also not reserved for hits that originate with the "crown" of the helmet (which is the top/front area). Officials on the field called targeting, and replay watchers upheld it.

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  • Overheard after Michigan State’s loss to Wisconsin

    What Michigan State football players and coaches said after the Spartans’ 30-6 loss to Wisconsin today: COACH MARK DANTONIO, ON WHAT WENT WRONG AND WHAT MSU NEEDS TO DO MOVING FORWARD: “You’re not going to win a football game like that. So when you look at it, we have to recollect ourselves. Our…

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  • Roy Nelson Knocks Out ‘Bigfoot' Silva at UFC Brasilia

    Roy Nelson took out Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva on the main card at UFC Brasilia on Saturday night in Brasilia, Brazil. As the fight started, Nelson looked to load up his notorious right-overhand punch to put the fight away early, but Silva did well to keep him at bay with kicks. While there, Nelson…

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  • Premier League News: Sept. 23, 2016

    In today's episode of Premier League News Jose Mourinho worries about the treatment of his players by the media, Spurs dealing with losing Harry Kane, and David Moyes is looking for a little bit of luck.

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  • Phil Mickelson 'Experimenting' with Driver to Add Yards for Ryder Cup

    Phil Mickelson has won two Tour Championships in 20-plus years on the PGA Tour. "Not to diminish this tournament," Mickelson said after his second round Friday at East Lake, "but I'd rather win next week. A visit to Hazeltine National, site of next week's Ryder Cup, by members of the U.S. squad was…

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    Kurt Angle describes his addiction, says he took 65 Vicodin a day

    Former WWE star Kurt Angle told Dan Le Batard Show that he knew his painkiller addiction was getting bad when he took “65 extra-strength Vicodin a day.”

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  • Boxer Tyson Fury Has Been Deemed 'Medically Unfit' To Fight Wladimir Klitschko Due To Mental Illness

    The heavyweight mess surrounding Tyson Fury and former four title holder Wladimir Klitschko continues to be a circus as Fury has pulled out of their rematch for the second time this year. Originally scheduled for July, the match was pushed back to October after Fury injured his ankle two weeks…

  • Doc Rivers calls anthem protests “the most patriotic thing we can do”

    Rivers encourages his team to make a unified statement.

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  • Seattle Mariners Suspend Steve Clevenger Over Tweets Labeling Black Lives Matter, Obama 'Pathetic'

    Clevenger posted a series of comments on Twitter on Thursday, two days after Keith Lamont Scott, a 43-year-old black man, was fatally shot by police in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Mariners catcher appeared to suggest that those protesting against Scott’s shooting should be locked up “like…

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