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Surfer Mick Fanning Survives Shark Attack During Competition

"It just kept coming at my board."

Australian surfer Mick Fanning fought off a shark attack during the J-Bay Open in South Africa on Sunday. Not surprisingly, the competition was suspended following in incident. The entire ordeal was captured on live television. 

 

Fortunately, Fanning was uninjured. Here’s a video of the event as it unfolded. 

 

 

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VIDEO: Old Footage of Michael Jordan Dominating a Pickup Game in 1986

The former Tar Heel went back to Chapel Hill and balled out.

Michael Jordan was drafted by the Bulls in 1984, but decided to return to campus to finish his degree and play in a few pickup games.

 

His Airness was in prime form, seen here in 1986, and it showed. Of course Jordan couldn't visit anywhere without playing a little basketball. I'm sure there were a few tears from the opposing team when he yelled, "I got next."

 

Georgia Releases Hype Video For Season Opener

The Dawgs will face UL Monroe on Sept. 5.

Athens, GA on a college football Saturday is a special place to be. 

 

On September 5, the Dawgs will take on UL Monroe in their season opener. What better way to commemorate 50 days until kickoff than to give fans a taste of what they're going to see the whole season? 

 

Georgia is ready to get the season started and make its mark on the SEC.

Terrell Owens on Skip Bayless: 'He's an Idiot'

While on The Rich Eisen Show, the former NFL star lays in on Bayless.

Terrell Owens is no longer a part of the active sports world, but some people in it still bother him.

 

While on The Rich Eisen Show, the former NFL wide receiver mentioned one ESPN personality and kept it real when describing him. Around the 9:00 mark, Owens says talks about just the kind of person Skip Bayless is.

 

"Skip is Skip," Owens said. "He's an idiot. Sometimes I literally was like, I was a good target for him. I think he needed to say my name to make himself relevant."

 

Ronda Rousey Answers Cardale Jones' Tweets

If you're stepping to Ronda Rousey, you better come correct.

 

During the ESPYS, Cardale Jones sent a few tweets to the fighter and although she wasn't checking Twitter at that time, she did answer the next day. The Ohio State quarterback wasn't afraid to take his shots with Rousey, and she seemed to have fun with it.

 

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