Football is back! The big hits. The big passes. And the big speeches — for which we don’t know if Coach David Bennett’s qualifies, but his is still awesome. Coach Bennett coaches the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers, and he doesn’t like cats as much as he likes dogs.
Well-done and funny video taking a look at some of the interesting twists of the Bowl Championship Series. I don’t agree with everything Sean Keeley and Sanjeev Tandle have to say, but they say it very well!
Summit High School is the new school on the block in Williamson County, TN. But rather than making local news for getting shoved around by older, more established schools, Summit is making WORLD-WIDE news for this — which just happens to be the school’s first-ever play.
WARNING! Gratuitous soccer story alert! We know the Beautiful Game isn’t everyone’s cup o’ tea, but you should watch this bomb from Coleraine’s Johnny Black. Where is Coleraine? I have no freaking clue. I just know this is a golaso.
Just call this “When English As a Second Language Goes Wrong”. On an international ESPN soccer show, Fulham’s Phillippe Senderos talked about the aggressive defensive style of a fellow English Premiere League star. It left egg — and, hopefully, ONLY egg — on Senderos’ face…
The U in “The U” now stands for “Uh-oh”. Also “Uncorked”, “Undone”, and “Under Investigation”.
Here’s friend of SportsTalk, “Glory Road” and “Death to the BCS” author Dan Wetzel explaining Yahoo! Sports amazingly detailed investigation into former University of Miami booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro’s claims that he bankrolled Hurricane athletes in the school’s major sports programs, lavishing them with cash, jewelry, VIP treatment at nightclubs and restaurants, cars and, yes, strippers and prostitutes.
Nate Smith, an 11-year-old from Minnesota, made the shot of the year in hockey — and the season hasn’t even started yet! Nate’s twin brother bought the ticket, but when it came time for the contest he wasn’t around. Nate took his place, which was a good thing. Nate put the three-inch puck through a 3.5-inch hole…and won $50,000! Here’s the CNN report.
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