By now, most sports fans have seen the photo of the “crying piccolo player” of Villanova, who watched as her top seeded team lost to NC State in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (aka March Madness.) But now, Roxanne Chalifoux, the crying Villanova piccolo player, sits in with the Roots and chats with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show.
Don’t you just hate it when that happens to you on national television? At least he had underwear on!
You wouldn’t believe it if you didn’t see it. Here’s more from the YouTube description: The final seconds of the Kansas Mid-East League eighth grade basketball championship game lasted an eternity. With less than seven seconds left on the clock, the Rock Creek Mustangs trailed the Riley County Falcons by one point, 26-25. The Mustangs drove to the basket after the inbound pass, but the final shot settled on the…
Ever wondered how the NCAA really works? John Oliver has. The NCAA doesn’t pay athletes because they consider them amateurs. The NCAA considers them amateurs because they don’t get paid.
Every year after the Minnesota High School State Hockey Tournament, this guy makes a video analyzing the best of examples “hockey hair” and ranking them. Here’s the 2015 submission. Here’s more from the YouTube description: Special thanks to Warrior for sponsorship this year. If you like what they did donating to the Hendrickson Foundation give them a shout out @WarriorHockey and tweet #MNMADE for a chance to win one of…
And well, this is just weird. And a little funny. And something you probably have thought about doing, haven’t you?
Was that luck or skill? Either way, she should probably be starting for the Detroit Pistons right now.
Dallas Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle exchanges words with guard Rajon Rondo during a game against the Toronto Raptors.
Hey look, it’s a dog with a shovel on our outdoor hockey rink. Let’s see what she’ll do with it. Would you believe the dog’s name is Elsa, like from the Disney movie Frozen? No, really. Hey, you missed a spot!
What would happen if you combined the “over the top” play-by-play announcers with actual rugby game footage? Pure magic, that’s what.