This week, the NFL announced their official partnership with Bose headphones, crowning them the 'official headphones of the NFL' and banning players from wearing any other brand at any NFL-related event including games, practices, and warm-ups.
Georgia Tech team chaplain Derrick Moore delivered one hell of a pregame, locker room speech to his players before their game against Miami which they went on to win 28-17. The Yellow Jackets are 5-0 currently and it's clear Moore's big screen-worthy speeches are having a positive effect on the team
After their upset over Alabama last weekend, Ole Miss fans rushed the field in celebration. One guy got a little too close to Bama head coach, Nick Saban, so a state trooper delivered a Liam Neeson-style choke slam on the guy, putting him down with just one touch
Floyd Mayweather is really quiet about his wealth. Just kidding, he's super obnoxious and flaunts it all over the internet. Just like when he won close to a million dollars on NFL bets and posted the receipts on Instagram.
Be warned -- If you throw drinks at the opposing team, a cop might just body slam you. This Alabama fan was throwing items at Ole Miss fans as they left the stadium. Clearly he was too focused on the fans and didn't notice the smack down he was about to receive
In case anyone was wondering what the atmosphere is like after a post-Bama win in Oxford, Mississippi, the students of Ole Miss are happy to show you. They brought down the goal post after the game, carried it out of the stadium, to the Grove, then through the streets of Oxford to the Oxford Square.
Katy Perry was the guest picker on College GameDay for their first ever visit to Oxford, Mississippi today. Of course she picked Ole Miss, but it wasn't until she whipped out her corn dog that the Rebel fans got loud.
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