Have you ever tried the “Dizzy Bat Challenge?” How about when you’re drunk? This video of a drunk football fan attempting it while tailgating before a game might persuade you NOT to try that.
Ah, the fun and team bonding of summer football practices. This time we have an Buckeye football player hiding in a trash can scaring his unsuspecting teammates.
Yeah, that was certainly better than anything I could do, but probably not very good by world diving championship standards. Up next: Cannonball!!!! t World Titles
What would happen if you went to New York during the NBA Draft and pretended to get picked by the Utah Jazz? This. Here’s more from the YouTube description: Every year, millions of people tune into the NBA Draft to see which highly-touted players the league’s most pathetic teams will recruit in the hopes of turning their franchises around, and it’s inevitable everyone will laugh at the Knicks for going…
In case you missed it, Andy Benoit, an NFL analyst for Sports Illustrated, tweeted this week that there was “Nothing in women’s sports worth watching.” The hilarious video response for Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler from “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” Really?
Have you ever heard of Cycle Ball before? We hadn’t until we saw this video and we still don’t believe it exists. According to Wikipedia, Cycle ball, discount also known as “radball” (from German), is a sport similar to football played on bicycles. The two people on each team ride a fixed gear bicycle with no brakes or freewheel. The ball is controlled by the bike and the head, except…
Yeah, salve he was the last pick (aka Mr. Irrelevant) but he still got picked in the freakin’ NFL Draft, right? Think this is how things would go for an average Joe who gets picked up by an NFL team?
The Philippines needs to work on its national diving team if it’s going to compete internationally. These performances are . . . not good. Both of these guys earned 0.0s from the judges. Footage from the 2015 Southeast Asia Games in Singapore.
The Rye (CO) Thunderbolts pull off a great hidden ball trick to win the 2A State Semifinal game. It was voted ESPN’s Top play for May, 23rd 2015.