It’s simply got to be gnawing at Chris Mortensen, the longtime ESPN NFL reporter, to be missing the draft this year. He announced in January that he’s got throat cancer, Stage IV, and that’s all kinds of terrible for anyone, not least for a guy who trades on having a voice. Since the draft kicked off his Twitter…
Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin had himself a day in a tough loss, hauling in 12 catches for 187 yards and two scores, and most importantly, completely destroying a sideline Gatorade station. It was pretty great. And Matt Eisenberg was in perfect position to get some fantastic photos.
Now that's what I call a sticky situation!
Clayton Kershaw earned a sports beverage shower for his dominant performance in throwing a no-hitter tonight. The beverage looks pretty cold! Here's the moment slowed down to a ridiculous speed. Congrats, Clayton.
Brand fights are the worst of all fights, Gatorade's sustained trolling of LeBron James's cramps due to a supposed lack of proper hydration lacked some pretty key context: James had been drinking Gatorade all night.
A middle school student in Gaffney, S.C., has been disciplined after admitting to spiking an opposing basketball team's Gatorade cooler with a capful of bleach.
Great moments in product placement: The 10 most Gatoradey moments from last night's Gatorade/RGIII documentary, presented by Gatorade. [DC Sports Bog]
A late own goal put Granada at further risk of relegation from La Liga and handed Real Madrid—already league champions—a 2-1 win that was followed by a series of red cards and an eventual riot police escort off the pitch for a referee that didn't grant Granada a late corner kick in added time.
Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger, the former Notre Dame walk-on whose life became the basis of one of the greatest sports films of all time, has been sued by the SEC for his involvement in a "pump-and-dump" stock scheme for his sports drink company, Rudy Nutrition.
The fancy schmancy Gatorade dispenser that has adorned the home dugout at Wrigley Field this summer is being removed and replaced with a boring old water cooler. Why? Because people can't be trusted to have nice things.
So here's that new Gatorade commercial starring Derek Jeter, John Lackey and the shriveling, dying vessel that once contained Harvey Keitel. We applaud the somewhat innovative ad, but, frankly, we would have enjoyed it much more if, upon spotting Jeter, Keitel had recreated his character from Bad Lieutenant.