There was plenty to celebrate at the 2014 Hall of Game Awards as over 100 million votes helped determined some of the top awards in sports and entertainment.
Hosted by NFL quarterbacks Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick, the pre-taped show, which was broadcast on Cartoon Network, lasted 90 minutes and featured musical performances from Jason Derulo and Fall Out Boy.
In addition to the notable hosts and musical acts, a handful of sports heroes were on hand to celebrate the annual event. Super Bowl champion Richard Sherman and Green Bay Packers playmaker Randall Cobb were among the many NFL stars in the house.
Among the award winners this year were Kaepernick, WWE superstar John Cena, Detroit Lions tight end Joseph Fauria, the Miami Heat and the Seattle Seahawks.
Below we'll review the award winners and top moments from this year's Hall of Game Awards.
|2014 Hall of Game Award Winners|
|Alti-Dude||Nyjah Huston (skateboarder)|
|Amped Up Anthem||Fall Out Boy (My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark)|
|Dynamic Duo||Peyton Manning and His WRs (Denver Broncos)|
|Captain Clutch||Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks)|
|Dance Machine||Joseph Fauria (Detroit Lions)|
|Most Awesome Mascot||L.A. Kings (Bailey the Lion)|
|Most Valuable Cartoon||Adventure Time|
|We Got Game!||Miami Heat|
|Fantastic Fanstars||Seattle Seahawks|
|Best Cartoon Boogie||Richard Watterson (The Amazing World of Gumball)|
|Best Foes Forever||Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers|
|Gnarliest Newcomer||Lance Coury (Motocross)|
|I Got Swag||Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers)|
|Rumble Royalty||John Cena (WWE superstar)|
|In It to Win It||Victoria Azarenka (Tennis)|
|He Got Game||Miguel Cabrera (Detroit Tigers)|
|She Got Game||Leticia Bufoni (skateboarder)|
|Most Viral Player||Titus Ashby|
|Queen of the Slopes||Lindsey Vonn (skier)|
|Super Siblings||Brook and Robin Lopez (NBA)|
|Whoa-Ment||Chris Davis (Auburn Tigers)|
Titus Ashby Steals the Show
Future basketball sharpshooter and YouTube sensation Titus Ashby made one of the most entertaining appearances on stage at the Hall of Game Awards over the weekend, showing off his trick-shot skills in person and in front of a packed house.
If you're unfamiliar with Ashby's exploits, a quick trip to YouTube is sure to have you in awe.
The prodigy's unbelievable talent has led him to challenge the likes of Kobe Bryant, Channing Tatum and even Bradley Cooper in various shooting competitions.
Needless to say, the sky is the limit for this toddler.
Seahawks, 49ers Win "Best Foes Forever" Award
Two of the NFL's fiercest rivals took home "Best Foes Forever" honors at the Hall of Game Awards as the reigning Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers capitalized on their intense hatred.
There's little doubt the award was well deserved, though, as the two NFC juggernauts met three times during the 2013 season, including the NFC Championship Game last month, which Seattle won in dramatic fashion.
The other nominees included Miami Heat vs. Brooklyn Nets, Novak Djokovic vs. Rafael Nadal and Alabama vs. Auburn.
With the Seahawks and 49ers boasting the top Super Bowl odds heading into the 2014 season, this epic and award-winning rivalry doesn't appear to be going anywhere anytime soon.
Auburn's Chris Davis Wins Best "Whoa-Ment"
Chris Davis' game-winning missed field-goal return touchdown against Alabama in the Iron Bowl on Nov. 30 was one of the top moments of the year in sports. And unsurprisingly, the fans voted it the "Whoa-Ment" award winner.
Even Davis, who was on hand to accept the award, couldn't believe the play when it happened, per ESPN.com:
I knew when I caught the ball I would have room to run. I knew they would have big guys on the field to protect on the field goal. When I looked back, I said, 'I can't believe this.'
Here's a look at Davis' memorable play in case you missed it or simply still don't believe it actually happened.
Davis and the Tigers would go on to win the SEC title and reach the BCS National Championship Game. Although Auburn fell short of the BCS crown, the improbable touchdown return is sure to go down as one of college football's greatest plays.
As far as the past year is concerned, you'd certainly be hard-pressed to point out a more significant sports moment.
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