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  • It’s raining threes…literally

    If you watched any college basketball this season, you probably saw Michigan play. The Wolverines were ranked all season and lost to Louisville in the NCAA Tournament championship game. And if you saw Michigan at all, you know that freshman Nik Stauskas can really shoot. The Canadian native hit 44 percent of his three-point attempts […]
  • Hope Solo has an unfortunate Twitter mishap

    United States goaltender Hope Solo is probably heading to the cell phone store in search of a new phone number. And if she’s not, her phone is probably turned off. Or in a dumpster. Or currently being run over by her car. Solo fired off a tweet that was likely meant to be a direct […]
  • Andre Ethier doesn’t need a gym membership

    Major League Baseball players make a lot of money. Andre Ethier is a Major League Baseball player. Therefore, Andre Ethier makes a lot of money. Don’t believe that? Check out this video from Stack.com in which the former Arizona State Sun Devil and current Los Angeles Dodger shows off a “shed” in the backyard of […]
  • Former Sun Devil Bolden shows school pride with new tattoo

    Before Omar Bolden was a Denver Bronco, he was an Arizona State Sun Devil. A fourth round pick in 2012, the defensive back recorded 13 tackles and returned 14 kicks for 270 yards for one of the best teams in the NFL. But he has not forgotten his roots, so to speak. Bolden tweeted a […]
  • Bud Light delivers a lot of beer to Shane Battier

    Apparently Miami Heat forward Shane Battier is a fan of Bud Light. At least, we hope he is now. The veteran was talking about superstitions during the Heat’s 27-game winning streak during the season, saying, “You never know. I don’t want to chance luck and switch up brands, so I’m staying loyal to Bud Light.” […]
  • Gambo vs. Curt Schilling

    The 2001 World Series will go down as one of the best moments in the history of Arizona. And, conversely, one of the worst moments in the household of one John Gambadoro. Gambadoro, who you may know as “Gambo” from Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo, is very much a New York Yankees fan. So, […]
  • FCC Chairman: No problem with Ortiz’s cursing

    Saturday afternoon at Fenway Park was a special day for all involved. In the Red Sox’s first home game since the Boston Marathon bombings, fans were treated to a stadium-wide anthem rendition, an appearance by Neil Diamond and a game-winning home run by Daniel Nava in the eighth inning. Oh, and the return of David […]
  • Neil Diamond serenades Fenway crowd with live edition of ‘Sweet Caroline’

    The City of Boston attempted to return to some semblance of normalcy Saturday following the tragic events that took place earlier in the week at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. As has often been the case for Bostonians, Fenway Park is often the best place to look for a welcomed distraction. Saturday, the […]
  • Fan catches two home run balls at D-backs game

    Chances are you have not caught a home run at a major league baseball game. And if you have, we’re pretty jealous. At any rate, baseball fan Zack Hample was at Thursday’s Diamondbacks vs. Yankees game, and he happened to be in the right place at the right time twice. So, yeah, I snagged Didi […]
  • News anchors laugh at Ryan Lochte’s…intelligence

    Ryan Lochte is a hell of a swimmer. The 11-time Olympic medalist is also a reality TV star. At least, he might be. His show, “What Would Ryan Lochte Do?” is set to premier on April 21 on E! and he’s making some media rounds to promote it. One of his stops was on Fox […]
  • Man claims relationship with former Cardinal Kerry Rhodes

    For the past few weeks, former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo has stated that up to four gay NFL players could come out of the closet in the near future. If it occurred, it would be the first time a male athlete in a major league team sport in America has done so. Last week, […]
  • Bruins fans — all of them — sing national anthem

    The city of Boston was understandably taken aback by the bombings at its famed marathon Monday, a tragedy that has taken three lives and injured hundreds more. But that doesn’t mean the city is down on itself. Prior to Wednesday night’s Bruins game, where the hockey team was set to take on the Buffalo Sabres, […]
  • Yankee Stadium plays ‘Sweet Caroline’

    It’s not quite Ghostbusters-level anarchy, with dogs and cats living together and all, but the New York Yankees did make nice with the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night. In response to the bombings at the Boston Marathon Monday, the Yankees decided to show solidarity with their rivals by playing Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” at the […]
  • Upper Deck wins with Jack Hoffman football card

    Every now and again, a company wins. Upper Deck has won. Remember the touching story of seven-year-old Jack Hoffman, the cancer-stricken child ran for a touchdown during Nebraska’s spring game a couple weeks back? Here’s some video to refresh your memory (and brighten your day): Anyway, the story does not stop there. The trading card […]
  • SNL spoofs 23-year-old NBA on NBC theme

    You’ve heard the song a million times, even though NBA games haven’t been telecast on NBC airwaves since 2002. Yes, it’s “Roundball Rock”, the John Tesh-written ditty that used to get hoops fans pumped up for action in the heyday of the league in the mid-90s. And now, it’s back on NBC…sort of. Saturday Night […]