1. Detroit Teacher May Hold Amazing Record for Blindfolded Free Throws Hit in Hour

    While it will take some time for Paul Sauers to get an official word from Guinness, we like to think his record-setting mark for hitting free throws blindfolded is truly and officially amazing...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 2 months ago 11,419 reads 22 comments

  2. Euroleague Commercial Features World's Most Insane Pool Dunk

    Game. Set. Match. You could try to best the Turkish Airlines Euroleague pool dunk, but you would fail miserably. That is, unless you have two water jetpacks...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 2 months ago 139,270 reads 95 comments

  3. Ranking the Believability of 10 'True' Sports Movies of All Time

    Sometimes real-life events are too good to experience just once. Hollywood filmmakers agree (see the thousands of " Based On A True Story " movies that have been made)—especially as it relates to sports movies...

    Scott Janovitz Written by Scott Janovitz about 2 months ago 223 reads 3 comments

  4. True Fan or Band Wagon: Rapper Edition

    No new friends teams. Today we'll be looking at the hip hop artists we frequently see chilling courtside—or, rather, peering into their very souls...

    Dan Carson Written by Dan Carson about 2 months ago 60,572 reads 101 comments

  5. Notre Dame Football 2014 NFL Draft Tracker, Analysis and Results

    Notre Dame slipped from 2012’s BCS national title game appearance and 12-1 season, but plenty of NFL talent still resides on the Fighting Irish’s roster. That’ll be clear this weekend when the 2014 NFL draft unfolds...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 2 months ago 14,607 reads 11 comments

  6. Auburn Football: 2014 NFL Draft Tracker, Analysis and Results

    After a fantastic run to the Southeastern Conference title and the national championship game, the Auburn Tigers will send off several prospects to the NFL draft...

    Alex Sims Written by Alex Sims about 2 months ago 9,148 reads 4 comments

  7. Alabama Football 2014 NFL Draft Tracker, Analysis and Results

    No NFL draft class would be complete without a host of Alabama Crimson Tide players, and the 2014 draft should have plenty of them...

    Alex Sims Written by Alex Sims about 2 months ago 27,948 reads 32 comments

  8. 25 Sports Figures Who Should've Kept Their Mouths Shut

    If you don’t have anything nice (or morally sound or intelligent) to say, maybe just keep your mouth shut. Too bad no one mentioned that to John Rocker. Sports figures have a long history of ill-advised jaw-flapping...

    Laura Depta Written by Laura Depta about 2 months ago 16,283 reads 8 comments

  9. Texas Football 2014 NFL Draft Tracker, Analysis and Results

    Texas suffered through a down season in 2013, but the Longhorns should still have plenty of representation in the 2014 NFL draft...

    Greg Wallace Written by Greg Wallace about 2 months ago 8,299 reads 22 comments

  10. The Most Famous Moms in Sports

    Some holidays seem like thinly veiled schemes designed to increase sales of candy, flowers and greeting cards destined for a lonely, dusty drawer. Mother's Day, however, is different...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 2 months ago 19,061 reads 28 comments

  11. 9 Sporting Events to Get College Football Fans Through the Offseason

    No more spring football?! What's a college football fan to do with all that time on his or her hands? Thankfully, we're here to give you some ways to help make the summer months go by quicker...

    Andrew Coppens Written by Andrew Coppens about 2 months ago 2,638 reads 10 comments

  12. The Dumbest Excuses Athletes Have Ever Given

    There's an old saying that says, "Excuses are like armpits. Everybody has them and they all stink." While we'd like to think that pro athletes—who have the greatest jobs on ...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 2 months ago 74,386 reads 47 comments

  13. 6 Things We Learned from Premier League Week 37

    Premier League Week 37 was very eventful, with two clubs having their fate sealed in the relegation battle. Sunderland have almost pulled off the great escape after capping an unbelievable run of form with a win against Manchester United this weekend..

    Crippy Cooke Written by Crippy Cooke about 2 months ago 2,150 reads 3 comments

  14. Mavericks vs. Spurs Game 7: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

    The San Antonio Spurs are moving on! The Spurs routed the Dallas Mavericks 119-96 on Sunday afternoon. Tony Parker finished with 32 points in the Game 7 blowout victory. San Antonio will take on the Portland Trail Blazers in the next round...

    Ken Chin Written by Ken Chin about 2 months ago 42,680 reads 326 comments

  15. Nets vs. Raptors Game 7: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

    The Nets defense comes up big as Brooklyn finished off the Raptors with a 104-103 Game 7 win! Paul Pierce blocked Kyle Lowry's final shot, and the veteran Nets got a great win on the road...

    Ken Chin Written by Ken Chin about 2 months ago 48,897 reads 611 comments

  16. The Best and Worst Curses in Sports

    Last night Kevin Durant and the Thunder snuck by the pesky Memphis Grizzlies and into the second round of the NBA playoffs. That doesn’t mean KD isn’t still suffering from one of sport’s greatest pastimes: A Curse...

    Colin Sylvester Written by Colin Sylvester about 2 months ago 989 reads 11 comments

  17. Absolutely Awful Things Fans Say at Games

    It's no secret that sports fans aren't just passionate, they're also a little bit crazy. So while we're asked to be on our best behavior anytime we go to a game, we know that it won't always be the case...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 2 months ago 10,625 reads 4 comments

  18. For the Win: The Coolest Stuff in Sports for the Week

    One dad made a web gem in the stands and a dog did the same on the field, giving us all we need for another rousing display of cool. Come for the doggy video, but stay for the Stephen Curry GIF...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 2 months ago 10,658 reads 7 comments

  19. Not Having a Human Heart Didn't Stop This Amazing Man from Completing Race

    Randy Shepherd is a 40-year-old man who recently finished a four-mile walk despite not having a human heart. Thanks to a recent Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) , we now get some insight into a captivating story...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 2 months ago 3,490 reads 4 comments

  20. Most Dramatic Moments of the Week

    It's hard to come up with a much more dramatic week than that of the past seven days. There have been so many events around the world of sports worth discussing...

    Garrett Baker Written by Garrett Baker about 2 months ago 8,118 reads 14 comments

  21. 10 Things No Sports Fan Should Ever Do

    Being a sports fan in today's day and age isn't an easy task. Whether we're covering our faces with more makeup than Liza Minnelli or skipping out on family functions to watch our ...

    Giancarlo King Written by Giancarlo King about 2 months ago 33,817 reads 24 comments

  22. Trick Shots That Are Legitimately Dangerous

    It seems that every single person out there is trying to stake his claim as the most potent trick-shot artist on the Internet these days...

    Nick Dimengo Written by Nick Dimengo about 2 months ago 113,036 reads 9 comments

  23. Athletes Lifting Ridiculous Amounts of Weight

    Do you even watch videos of athletes lifting, bro? Welcome to an article that really could be entitled, "Better you than me," featuring some athletes who take their craft seriously...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 2 months ago 59,433 reads 30 comments

  24. 10 Sports Stories That Aren't Going Away for a While

    Sometimes a story just won't seem to go away. Whether it be due to controversy, polarization or hilarity, some stories just always seem to find a way into our minds and subsequently onto our Twitter feeds...

    Joe Rapolla Jr. Written by Joe Rapolla Jr. about 2 months ago 4,647 reads 5 comments

  25. Teams That Spectacularly Imploded at the Worst Time

    In sports, the ability to win the big games, and ultimately championships, is valued above all else. All of the regular-season wins and individual honors in the world can’t make ...

    Amber Lee Written by Amber Lee about 2 months ago 46,217 reads 59 comments