Here we see Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter doing his best impression of a Bills fan tailgating.
UCLA kicker Ka’imi Fairbairn got blown up while serving as the Bruins’ last chance to stop a Tim White kick return. But Arizona State didn’t take the kick to the house, because Fairbairn’s helmet brought White down. It’s Pac-12 after dark, at least on the east coast.
The eastern seaboard is a bit wet this morning, which provided the ideal opportunity for this lanky bro to belly-flop into a mud pit. It’s Clemsoning, visualized!
Manchester United drew 1-1 with Arsenal yesterday in a battle of clubs fighting for third place in the Premiership, and the desire to win drove Man United defender Phil Jones to the ground in search of a ball that was just a bit too elusive—no matter how much crawling it took. But even from his hands and knees, Jones…
Who’s excited? Clippers owner and perpetually enthusiastic oligarch Steve Ballmer, that’s who. He has reason to be, given his team’s outstanding effort against the Spurs tonight, but his orgasmic faces deserve an extra-special, extra-slow examination.
ESPN found a North Florida band member going berserk at today's A-Sun title game in Jacksonville, and this is before the Ospreys downed USC-Upstate to earn their first trip to the NCAA tournament. We can only assume what he did after the buzzer sounded was too extreme for television.
Jermaine Kearse completed one of the wildest catches in Super Bowl history, one that won't be remembered due to the inexplicable decision that followed. Here's our attempt to make the memory last just a bit longer; we recommend watching it in HD and fullscreen, just to take advantage of all the faces in the background.
Kevin Garnett's picked up a lot from other players during his lengthy NBA career, and now it seems he's learning new skills from athletes outside of basketball—specifically soccer's Luis Suárez.
Arizona held off the Sun Devils to seize the Territorial Cup and a trip to the Pac-12 championship game today, but a late unsportsmanlike conduct penalty left Wildcats coach Rich Rodriguez in an extremely combustible state.
It's been a rough night in Houston for the San Antonio Spurs, as the reigning NBA champions found themselves down big early and never had a chance to come back. Tim Duncan's stuck on the bench with a mandated night off, and it's clear he's not happy with what the Spurs scrubs are putting together.
Never shame a man who tries his hardest, as the Rams' Daren Bates did today in attempting to block a 49ers field goal—and pulled the trigger just a bit too early.
If you're old enough to remember any of the 80's, you know that ESPN wasn't always the home to 24-hour jabbering analysts and NFL talk shows. In its more fledgling days, the WWL aired whatever content to which it could obtain rights; thus, Americans were introduced to wacky hat-wearing and fingergunz-pointing…
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We love fans, and we love Browns fans, because even the most minor of on-field successes can prompt a reaction of pure and unadulterated joy, as exhibited by this emotional supporter in Cleveland.
This Royals fan couldn't gulp Bud Light fast enough in the ninth inning of Kansas City's eventual loss to the Tigers, and we're not sure where he needed to be but apparently he needed to be drunk before he got there. Or maybe just slightly buzzed, given his choice of alcohol.
We've pointed out here before that Andrew Luck is gross , but the Colts quarterback just keeps giving us reasons to make videos that will ruin your lunch.
We already brought you some video and a GIF of this, but the sheer beauty of the moment really demanded we bring our special approach to sports highlights. So here's the Steelers' Antonio Brown kicking Browns punter Spencer Lanning in the face—in extreme slow motion.
While tonight's Showtime main event is obviously Adrien Broner vs. Emmanuel Taylor, Lucas Matthysse ensured paying spectators got a bit of meat for their money's worth when he dispatched Roberto Ortiz in the second round with a body blow targeted precisely at his opponent's liver.
Gennady Golovkin easily dispatched his foe Daniel Geale Saturday night, bumping his record to 30-0 (27 by knockout) and retaining his WBA and IBO middleweight belts. No moment in the match better explains why the Kazakh fighter is boxing's scariest man alive than the knockout punch itself: delivered…