With so many amazing moments Super Bowl XLVII may well go down as one of the most memorable, if not controversial, NFL championships of all time. What better way to memorialize it than to bust out some haiku?
Well, okay, slow-motion repllay of Beyonce's halftime show would be cool, too; but you get the point.
Does it say something about us that when there's a 34-minute power outage at the Super Bowl we don't turn to CNN or ESPN to find out what's going on, we turn to Twitter and Facebook? Yeah, it says that's where the action is, and some of it is hilarious!
What do you get when you combine some speedy skaters, solid defense and a line brawl? Highlights of the El Paso Rhinos shutting out the Cheyenne Stampede, 4-0, in the second game of the teams' three-game series. The Rhinos held the Stampede scoreless for over 149 minutes through the series.
Andrew Bradford scored twice, including notching the game-winner early in the third period, as El Paso survived a scare with a 4-2 come-from-behind win over the Cheyenne Stampede. Check out the video highlights from the game courtesy of the Rhinos and Southwest Video & Media and listen in again tonight at 7:30 and Sunday at 10:30 a.m. as we'll have the call on 600 ESPN El Paso.
We're not quite sure what Volkswagen is trying to tell us in this ad for the new Beetle that will run during the Super Bowl this Sunday. In it, white people speak like Jamaicans. Is the new Bug a happy-making machine? Is it haunted by Marley's Ghost? (Bob Marley, of course.) Or, does it have a secret compartment of pot that sparks up with the ignition and blows smoke through the vents? At any rate, the real question people are asking is...is this ad racist? Vote below!
It's nice to stretch my legs a bit after an all-night bus ride to Dallas as we get ready to bring you some Rhinos hockey for the first time this season. That said, after a few minutes staring at my mall food, I felt the need to contribute something rather than merely feeding at the trough of humanity here at the Grapevine Mills Mall.
This is just cool. Owen Groesser is a middle school student who has Down Syndrome. He made his school's basketball team, but hadn't seen any action at all until the final game. But when he got in? Boom goes the dynamite!
ESPN reporter Shelley Smith is breaking the news that there have been others hoaxed by the same person Deadspin.com believes is behind the myth of Lennay Kekua -- Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o's fictitious girlfriend -- lending credence to Notre Dame's version of events.
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