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  • South Dakota State to honor Jack Hoffman

    One of the best sport moments of the last year came when the Nebraska football team let 7-year-old Jack Hoffman, who’s battling brain cancer, run for a 69-yard touchdown during their Spring Game. According to Stu Whitney, the sports editor of the Argus Leader in Sioux Falls, Hoffman’s parents are graduates of South Dakota State. […]
  • Toronto Blue Jay surprises mother by paying off mortgage

    Some things are just too precious not to share. Toronto Blue Jays minor leaguer Marcus Stroman is having a solid season in Double-A, posting an 9-5 record to go along with a 3.30 ERA, but that’s likely not what he’ll take away from this year. The 22-year-old Stroman surprised his mother by paying off the […]
  • Arizona football players pay visit to kids at DMCA

    Arizona is preparing to host UT-San Antonio on Saturday, but on the day before the game they still found time to make a few kids’ days. The Wildcats paid a visit to the Diamond Children’s Medical Center on Friday, posting pictures on their Twitter account of players spending time with kids in the center. This […]
  • ASU and LB Chans Cox provide special night for loyal fan

    Arizona State freshman linebacker Chans Cox played in his first collegiate football game last Thursday, but the real story is the night had by his friend and number-one fan, Jorden Kline, a huge Sun Devil supporter living with Down’s Syndrome. 3TV captured Jorden’s night, which began with the school’s Devil Walk before heading down to […]
  • K-State football coach congratulates opposing QB on upset

    If 73-year-old coach Bill Snyder of the Kansas State Wildcats wasn’t beloved enough, his recent response to a 24-21 upset loss at the hands of North Dakota State will garner even more affection from college football fans around the country. Instead of griping about officiating or simply ignoring the Bison feat, Snyder congratulated his opponents. […]
  • Four college football players do the right thing after ‘breaking into store’

    Illegal benefits in college football. It seems to be a predominant theme in the sport these days, even more so at times than the games themselves. But as four football players at William Patterson University illustrated this week, some student-athletes aren’t in the business of benefiting from their stature on campus. CBS New York reported […]
  • Young Giants fan saves young Diamondbacks fan’s day

    Catching a foul ball at a baseball game sounds like a real enjoyable experience. And we say it “sounds like” because, well, we have yet to catch one ourselves. Anyway, sometimes a ball is not “caught” so much as it is “tossed” into the stands, and at that point it’s usually up to the person […]
  • USC football coach Lane Kiffin, team deliver ice cream to band

    Generally speaking, a college band is a fairly under-appreciated group on campus. They put in incredibly long hours and work real hard to hone their craft, yet tend to play second fiddle (get it?) to the respective teams whose games they perform at. Over at USC, where the football team can be one of the […]
  • D-backs make a young fan’s wish come true

    All 6-year-old Kyle Byrd wanted was to be a “real” Arizona Diamondback. The youngster, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy, plays in the Miracle League, an organization that helps children with debilitating diseases play the game they love. The Diamondbacks went a little further. As part of the “My Wish” series on ESPN, young Kyle not […]
  • Kevin Durant doubles as a Brooklyn ice cream man

    Kevin Durant doubles as a Brooklyn ice cream man

    It’s a rite of passage for any kid during the summertime. When the temperature rises, there’s no better way to cool off than with a tasty popsicle or ice cream cone. Saturday, several lucky kids braved the heat and humidity in Brooklyn long enough to cross paths with the neighborhood ice cream man. Or, so […]

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