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  • By Braden Gall, 8 months 2 days ago
  • By Nathan Rush, 8 months 3 days ago
    While most athletes are content to enjoy the limelight on the field of competitive sports, many have tried to bask in the bright lights of Hollywood. Here are 30 athletes who made their mark in the movies; some as classic characters in blockbusters and others in forgettable box office disasters.1. Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Terminator (1984)The four-time Mr. Universe and International...
  • By Athlon Sports, 8 months 2 weeks ago
    No one will ever know which came first, the chicken or the egg. But one thing we do know: Before the Phillie Phanatic and the Suns Gorilla and Bernie Brewer, there was the San Diego Chicken. In 1974, when Ted Giannoulas first crawled into that fowl costume of his, no one ever imagined that a 5'4" kid from Ontario, Canada, would change the way we like to be amused between plays forever...
    MLB
  • By Athlon Sports, 8 months 3 weeks ago
    The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders created their third video lip dub. This time the ladies are splashing around at the beach to a mash up by DJ Earworm, based around Mariah Carey's "Fantasy." And yes, it's as awesome as you think it is.
  • By Athlon Sports, 8 months 4 weeks ago
    With the NCAA Tournament nearing its end, we felt it was the perfect time to look back at our favorite college basketball cheerleaders of the 2013-14 season. 
  • By Charlie Miller, 8 months 4 weeks ago
    What is it with nicknames and baseball? In high school I played with Doggie, Bird, Soup, Clone, Rooster, T and White Legs. Nicknames and baseball players just seem to go together like bat and ball. For as long as young boys and men have been batting baseballs around, they have given each other descriptive nicknames for facial features, deformed body parts, the way they played the game, hair...
  • By David Fox, 9 months 5 days ago
    Arizona's athletic freshman forward Aaron Gordon brought the Wildcats back to a 2-point deficit against San Diego State with this ridiculous alley oop and dunk.  HIGHLIGHT: A HUGE alley-oop brings Arizona within two in the second half. (by @InfinitiUSA) #MarchMadness http://t.co/ue6SfYjQhP— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 28, 2014If the video isn't enough, check...
  • By Nathan Rush, 9 months 5 days ago
    Johnny Manziel’s Pro Day at Texas A&M was easily the most-watched in NFL history, thanks to NFL Network’s live coverage and America’s insatiable appetite for all things Johnny Football. College Station hosted a who’s who of Lone Star State dignitaries — including former President George H.W. Bush, First Lady Barbara Bush and Governor Rick Perry (an A&M alum...
    NFL
  • By Nathan Rush, 9 months 5 days ago
    Sex, drugs and rock n’ roll dominate the most shocking confessions in sports history — which range from life-or-death to too much information to inconsequential yet unnerving.1. Magic Johnson’s HIV announcementThe 32-year-old smiling face of the “Showtime” Los Angeles Lakers, Magic was a larger-than-life, five-time NBA champion and 11-time All-Star when he held a...
  • By Braden Gall, 9 months 6 days ago
    Would you rather live in San Diego or Cleveland? Who you rather play in Yankee Stadium or Tropicana Field? Who would you rather work for? A Steinbrenner or a giant cable company?Certainly, winning baseball is really all that matters in the end, but these things and much more go into ranking MLB’s managerial jobs. Job security, pressure to win, ownership, tradition, fan support, TV...

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