A very unusual story for us. Not only because these jocks did some thing Good, instead of something Bad, but also because it involves female wrestlers on a college team! We think their story deserves a little more attention:
Two Oklahoma City University wrestlers are being hailed as heroes after tackling a man who had fled the scene of an accident. But what makes this story unusual is that the wrestlers are girls, not boys. 19 year old Breiana Delgado and her sister, 21 year old Brittany Delgado, both wrestle for the women’s wrestling team at OCU.
They had a chance to put their moves to the test Saturday afternoon when a man smashed into their car. They were riding with their grandmother, Elizabeth Bell. It happened while they were driving north on Pennsylvania near N.W. 26th. The force of the crash sent their car straight into a stop sign, knocking down the pole. ”We were all checking on nana to make sure she’s ok. And as soon as we got her situated, nana’s like, hey he’s running away, he’s running away!” said Brittany.
Breiana started chasing the man, overtook him and tackled him to the ground, using a wrestling move called the double chicken wing. Brittany was not far behind. She helped Breiana stand the man up, while holding his hands behind his back, and leading him back to the car, as if they had arrested him. They held him there until police arrived. ”He kind of had this bewildered look on his face as we were taking him back to his car telling him hey that wasn’t cool, you shouldn’t have done that,” said Brittany. “They didn’t realize they were two champion wrestlers,” said Bell.
Sources are saying those eight players have been declared ineligible, but could still play for the Hurricanes this season. How? The NCAA can start the reinstatement process almost immediately (think how fast they moved on Auburn’s Cam Newton last season) and could mean players will only have to sit out a game or two . . . or maybe the entire season. Who knows?
First off: you need an armored truck to do surveillance? What is this, Afghanistan? And second, are people so bored in South Florida that they have nothing else to gamble on but youth football involving kids as young as 5?
Not sure exactly what’s going on in this clip, but according to CNBC, it’s a female reporter in Costa Rica interviewing a soccer player named Wilson Munoz. She asks for his autograph, but not on a program or team photo. No, she wants him to sign her buttocks, and takes her already tight jeans down to reveal her thong to give him plenty of space to write . . . but he refuses.
She still gets some cheers from the adoring fans in the stands who would gladly put their hands on her ass.
Ah, the Swirlie: the classic high school prank of jamming someone’s head into a flushing toilet. Bad enough in an “un-used” commode, but very disgusting when there’s some urine in it. But to get one with feces already in the bowl? The mother of one former Columbus High School (Nebraska) wrestler thinks that little trick by some of his teammates at a camp should be worth about $650,000.