This video was either shot with an old cell phone or through someone’s sock, but you still get the point: Karma’s a bitch and she takes her revenge quickly.
This MMA fighter just got his first lesson . . . and maybe his last.
Hey, if you’re gonna brawl, why not include everyone?
The game, which took place in Indianapolis, involved Fort Wayne South Side vs. Arsenal Tech. After order was restored the game was cancelled with Aresenal up 24-6 late in the third quarter.
Probably not a bad idea for the NFL. I think the video of this incident is below.
Here’s more from USA Today:
An Ohio man accused of streaking across the field during a Browns game will no longer be able to set foot at the team’s Cleveland stadium as its administration has banned him from entering the property.
The 20-year-old Anthony Saveriano on Wednesday was notified of the team’s decision during his sentencing hearing in Cleveland Municipal Court.
Judge Lauren Moore found Saveriano guilty of a criminal trespassing charge and ordered him to clean up after tailgaters in the city’s municipal lot for four games this season. He’ll be on probation for one year and must pay a $200 fine and court fees.
There are two things that matter in this world: sports and sex. The almighty S’s. Everything else just doesn’t compare. They both employ powerful plays, strategy, excitement, cheers and . . . sweaty people. At times, they could almost be one in the same. Ok, well maybe not, but you could certainly enjoy both of them at the same time.
Due to their level of importance, I thought it would be fun to push the two together a little bit more, to see what one could ultimately correlate to–if one was the other, what would it be? So for discussion purposes, let’s explore sports as sex toys/actions and see where we end up.
Hockey: “The Fastest Game on Earth” is also a brutal one that results in exciting fights and face checking. All of which end in some pretty gnarly injuries. In light of the intensity and pain involved with hockey, I would consider hockey a bondage sex toy, such as rope, handcuffs or an restraint system. We just want a little intensity, a little roughness with our fun that’s all.
Baseball: Let’s be honest, “America’s Favorite Pastime,” can be a little boring. Yeah, it’s fun for the first little bit, but then it just drags on with little action. A catch and a slide here. Womp womp. Take it or leave it, right? That’s why baseball would be the equivalent of watching an R-rated move on one of the broadcast networks. It’s exciting for a second because you think you’re going to get something more and then you don’t.
Soccer: “The Beautiful Game” is one of the most globally played and celebrated sports, thus why it’s beautiful, right? Soccer’s slow pace can also can be long and boring, with infrequent scoring, if you know what I mean. Which is why the announcers should as if they’re reaching (or faking) orgasm: GOOOOOOOOOOAAAL! This is where you need something creative, and maybe a little foreign and exotic that maybe your partner hasn’t seen before?
Football: Insert a nickname here because I don’t have one beyond gridiron, but that’s not exciting so we won’t dwell on it. Football, though, it’s expensive. Between coach and player salaries as well as ticket and advertising prices, football is one of the most expensive sports. Therefore, football would be one of those luxury sex toys that places like Adam and Eve sell. You know the deal like a $350 pillow that you have sex on or a $150 vibrator that promises to not only make you happy, but and go to interviews for you. You gotta invest in a good toy, yo. Pays off.
Softball: Much like baseball, but with bigger balls and smaller fields, softball comes in as the girl dominated sport in this selection. I’m not here to generalize and I’m certainly not hating (peace and love for everyone), but all that girl on girl action leads me to believe that if softball were a sex toy, it would be something to please any woman, maybe several women at once.
What about golf? Volleyball? Track? Curling? What could they be?
Have you heard about Fandio? Of course not! It hasn’t officially launched yet, but it’s gonna be big.
How big? Well think about what would happen if Facebook, Twitter AND Google had a baby. And Amazon and Apple were there to babysit. Now double that. THAT is how big Fandio is going to be. And you–because you’re a well-informed BadJocks reader–get to see it in its gawky, beta-teenager stage this week before it graduates and joins the real world next weekend.
Basically, Fandio is a website (and a smartphone app) that allows you to share sports together: using audio, texting, social media and I think mind-reading (not sure about that last one). Are you a Patriots fan living in Texas? Want to share your love for Tom Brady and the boys on Sunday but everyone you know are Cowboys fans? Stop by Fandio and share the game experience with other Patriots fans from across the country, like they were in your own living room.
If you’re a fantasy football player, you’re REALLY gonna like Fandio because each week BadJocks Publisher Bob Reno will be hosting a room where everyone gets together to watch NFL Red Zone and talk smack about their fantasy teams. (Or cry and whine about how crappy their teams are.) Either way, it should be fun and you’re invited to join us on Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm ET. Just log into Fandio for free (You can do it right now. Go on, we’ll wait for you to get back.) and then come back anytime you want on Sunday, look for the “Fantasy Red Zone with Bob Reno” room and join the fun.
And bring your A-game because everyone else will! Except for that guy in your league who will be starting four bye-week Packers this week because he’s an idiot and didn’t draft anyone else as backups.
What is a high school football coach supposed to do when most of his team is misbehaving? Suspend the whole team and end the season, that’s what!
Here’s more on the story from the Desert News:
Matt Labrum believes football helps create great men. And it is that belief and his passion for the game that led the Union High School head football coach and his staff to suspend all 41 players from the team because of off-field problems ranging from cyberbullying to skipping classes.
“We felt like everything was going in a direction that we didn’t want our young men going,” said Labrum, an alumnus of the program he’s coached for the past two years. “We felt like we needed to make a stand.”
So the coach and his staff gathered the team together after Friday night’s loss to Judge Memorial Catholic High School and told them he was concerned about some of the players’ actions and behavior off the field. He then instructed them all to turn in their jerseys and their equipment. There would be no football until they earned the privilege to play.