Here we have Chris Lymberopoulos talkin' some soccer on Sky Sports News early this morning. At one point, he started talking about Arsenal's 6-foot-6 center back, Per Mertesacker. Turns out, Mertesacker has a pretty great nickname.
Lindsay Nadrich of Fox's Spokane, Washington affiliate got a little tongue-tied during a live shoot on strawberry picking and got frustrated with herself. She also apparently forgot she was doing a live shoot.*
So, first it was Lee Corso asking about the whereabouts of "that little kid" while ESPN cameras zoomed in on the Penn State huddle. Today, he kicked it up a notch with a wonderful F-bomb.
In all fairness, the car Chad Knaus was watching did appear to, you know, blow up at tonight's Coca-Cola 600. Johnson finished 28th. Kevin Harvick won, after Dale Earnhardt, Jr., who was leading, ran out of gas on the last lap. I'm told it's quite expensive these days.
Wally's back, thanks to the creators of Playing For Peanuts, who sent over this clip of the former Mets player (then manager of the South Georgia Peanuts, currently manager of the Binghamton Mets) sharing his thoughts with his team after a loss. One thing we've certainly learned this week: Wally likes his F-bombs.…
Former major leaguer Willy Backman knows how to curse in an umpire's face. He's extraordinarily well-versed in the F-bomb. Backman was recently hired as the manager for the AA Binghamton Mets, but a clip from a documentary series about independent minor league baseball called "Playing for Peanuts" just saw internet…