Tim Tebow was the proud recipient of an adorable bro hug from ESPN's Tom Rinaldi, Hulk Hogan opened an extreme restaurant and we have ourselves a barrel full of laughs.
Welcome back to another rousing installment of sports gone awry in the form of the best collection of viral videos we could find.
Nearly all of those awkward, off kilter or just silly moments you remember from the week that was are listed here.
Of course, we can't spot everything, so please chime in with videos you thought should have made the list this week.
It's really hard to do this video justice in a mere title. Anything you do to describe the video ends up sounding so generic. It's an Indiana girls high school game and the home team wins.
One of the winning athletes, Gabrielle Gary, tries to save the ball but ends up dropping what could be the shot of the year.
More Information: Indiana High School Girls' Basketball Player Drops Amazing Shot
The Dallas Mavericks gave a beautiful gift to their fans in the form of this 8-bit wonder. It's Shawn Marion as Mario Mario.
And with that, we are hit with a sudden wave of nostalgia.
More Information: Dallas Mavericks Get Nintendo Treatment in Hilarious Super Marion Bros.
If you see one video this week, it would have to be the monster hit Jadeveon Clowney put on a Michigan running back in the Outback Bowl.
America can still feel this one.
Tim Tebow was on the sidelines for the Sugar Bowl. Unfortunately, his Florida Gators lost to Louisville.
However, it was all worth it because he received quite the adorable bro hug from ESPN reporter and hugger of sports idols, Tom Rinaldi.
Ed Werder managed to make Friday's SportsCenter far more awkward than we expected it to be, by throwing out a random Andy Reid fat joke.
From there, he sort of just stuttered and fumbled his way through the report.
Never, ever touch a sweaty Kris Humphries, or any athlete for that matter.
If you need some convincing, check out the female fan in the blue shirt who reaches down and grabs some Humphries sweat only to be completely disgusted right after.
Well, lady, what did you expect?
More Information: Thunder Fan Touches a Sweaty Kris Humphries, Reacts Accordingly
Amir Johnson pulled off a magical double dribble that was so sinister, it escaped the view of all 3 NBA officials involved.
He steps to the right and takes a dribble, pulls up for a moment and goes right back to dribbling. The NBA refs pretty much said, "move along, nothing to see here."
More Information: NBA Referees Missed One Hell of an Amir Johnson Double Dribble
If you take one thing away from this video, it should be that Victor Dukes can fly. The Nettleton High School basketball player manages to sky over his defender for an epic dunk.
If you take two things from this, it's that we live in a beautiful age when we can see things like this over and over again.
The 2012 Power Showcase saw high school slugger David Denson power a 515-foot home run at Marlins Park.
Yes, it was a metal bat, but Bryce Harper did the same a couple of years ago, and reached 502-feet.
More Information: High Schooler David Denson Smashes 515-Foot Home Run at Marlins Park
There is now a restaurant in the Tampa Bay area called Hogan's Beach, and it's owned by the main man himself, Hulk Hogan.
This news on its own is worth a trip to Tampa.
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