In this weekend’s FIFA ‘17 Ultimate Team Regionals, one player put up a quick double that reminded me of my casual matches against friends.
Bill Snyder of Hartland, Wisconsin, recently died at the age of 65. Rather than go with a traditional obituary in this Sunday’s edition of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, his two sons chose to put together something closer to Snyder’s heart: an ad thanking Brett Favre, Sterling Sharpe, Aaron Rodgers and other Green…
Naoyuki Oi is crushing it at this weekend’s World Pool Masters, both on the table and in the post-match interviews with Sky Sports.
ST. MORITZ, Switzerland — If you wanted to script the most fitting, the most unnerving-yet-uplifting race to cap off the two-week World Alpine Ski Championships, you couldn’t have done better than today’s men’s slalom.
Three days after Zlatan Ibrahimović impressed with a hat trick against Saint-Étienne, here he is with a goal far prettier and more exciting than any of his three from Thursday:
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has walked back a statement he made earlier in the week about passing a law that would require NFL players to stand for the national anthem.
Hearthstone players have been playing “spot the lethal” for years. Similar to chess puzzles, where a board state is laid out and you try to achieve checkmate in a certain number of moves, “spot the lethal” asks if you can figure out how to drop your opponent’s life to 0 in a single turn.
Three people are under arrest after a brawl interrupted yesterday’s Division III basketball matchup in New Hampshire between Daniel Webster and Southern Vermont. Among those arrested: DWC’s leading scorer, Marquise Caudill—who appears to punch and then stomp the head of an opponent in the brawl.
Jered Weaver has been a punchline more so than an effective pitcher for a while now, going back to about the time his fastball velocity started jumping off a cliff:
A celebrity three-point challenge followed by a series of Stephen Curry bricks led to Craig Sager’s son—with help from Shaquille O’Neal—sinking a bucket that led to a $500,000 donation to the Sagerstrong Foundation.
John Calipari was clearly feelin’ it during the Wildcats’ big 82-77 win over Georgia today.
Move over, Aloe Blacc. There’s a new worst NBA All-Star-related musical performance, and it’s this hilariously off-key appearance by Joe Jonas.
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Joe Harding tried his best Ali, or at least Broner, during a British Challenge MMA match against Frenchman Johan Segas tonight. It did not go well for Mr. Harding, who spent several minutes on the canvas.
Counter-Strike players are currently coping with an exploit that allows bots to spam text and partake in games without being kicked.
Sometimes, the offense just ain’t working; that’s when being first in the nation in forced turnovers tends to help.
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