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NHL points leader and early MVP frontrunner Sidney Crosby left the ice under his own power after taking a puck to the mouth in the Penguins game today against the Islanders. Crosby has famously suffered head injuries leading to prolonged absences, so this is a distressing sight beyond the cringe-inducing fact that he…
While USC cruised to a 38-28 win over Utah in Salt Lake City last night—scoring 28 unanswered points along the way—things did not start out smoothly for the Trojans. Back-to-back turnovers on the first two drives set the Utes up for easy scores, and Utah jumped out to a 14-0 lead before a rowdy, if mostly sober,…
Oregon obliterated an inexplicably ranked Arizona team 49-0 last night, relying on its rapid-fire offense and five Wildcats turnovers to blow out Rich Rodriguez's squad. (Note to pollsters: beating a team you mistakenly ranked in the preseason shouldn't impress you.)
The Portland Timbers turned away San Jose last night at Jeld-Wen Field with a 2-1 win over MLS' top squad. It didn't come without some pain and suffering, though, as defender David Horst lay his face on the line for his team to block a shot in the 37th minute. Lest the reputation that soccer players are weak…
Chris Bosh will reportedly return for the Eastern Conference Finals' Game Five, which really is a shame, because we've grown accustomed to his face—that twisting, tortured face that's provided us so much enjoyment as it beams or frowns or, uh, whatever it's doing above from Miami's bench.
Seattle chose quarterback Russell Wilson in the third round of last night's NFL Draft, and his wife of three months was so excited she immediately began the metamorphosis to boa constrictor.
There will be no more gripping and/or sipping in the NCAA tournament, as WKU's miracle run has come to an end after a thrashing by Kentucky. But for every loser there is a winner, so here's a collection of both (as well as the indescribably bizarre) from yesterday's action.
A good portion of Americans join softball leagues this time of the year. Many do it for the social aspect alone, which leaves many teams stockpiled with players who are ridiculously awful.