Texas A&M beat Iowa State this afternoon after ending the game on a 16-4 run. Cyclones star George Niang fouled out with 15 points, but was apparently too slow getting off the court for this lil’ fan.
Stan, you really did it this time! The police and the fireman are gonna come get you! You’re being so mean to everybody!
Sometimes in this life, we must take on challenges too big, bite off more than we can chew, and fail, to grow into bigger, more fully realized people. What follows is a short story about a young Australian cricket fan, a watermelon, and testing your limits.
Oh my god this is so fun and I have two balloons and I could just FLIP OUT right now
League One (the third tier of English soccer) Barnsley are currently in the shitter, having won just four games in 14, and in position to be relegated to League Two at the end of the season. Yesterday a supporter joined them.
We like to bust on the Mets and their fans quite a bit around here, but even we can’t deny the brilliance of this small Mets fan:
The Dodgers got themselves beat by the Angels last night, losing 3-2 after Kole Calhoun’s eighth-inning double set up the game-winning run. Here is how one Dodgers fan felt about that double:
Kinda hard to argue when Pirlo’s playing like this:
We know, we know, little Mikael. We’d make the same face.
What happens when you try to blow a kiss to Rays phenom Chris Archer? He acts rude as hell and throws the damn thing away!
Some baseball probably happened in this independent league game between the St. Paul Saints and the Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks, but we’re more concerned with this Redhawks player who instead thought he was participating in the hammer throw.
Before last night’s game against the Ducks, it had been 19 years since the good people of Winnipeg had hosted a playoff game in their city. So we should cut them some slack when judging how they chose to celebrate the occasion.
Jacqueline’s TV interview outside the stadium following Celtic’s 3-2 loss to Inverness is as brutal as it is brief. Here’s the Vine:
We have found the perfect rivals for the Lakers Bros. These Clippers bros say they got kicked out of Sunday’s Game 1 again the Spurs. Why? The more loquacious bro explained: “Apparently they frown upon open bottles of vodka.”
Catching a baseball with your can of beer is a very bad idea. Catching it with your cup and then pounding your beer, however, is a great idea!
When Reading take on Arsenal in the FA Cup semifinal Saturday, 93-year-old Ciss Platten will be at Wembley to cheer them on. The Guardian figures that she'll be the only Reading fan in attendance who was alive the last time they advanced to the FA Cup semifinal, in 1927. The Guardian has an entire interview with…
This happened after Friday's game between the Pelicans and Warriors, but it was just brought to our attention by a friend of the hairy, dancing gent in the clip above. I become more and more jealous that I am not a Warriors fan with each passing day.
Playing at home against the team a spot below them on the table, Sunderland had the opportunity today to put some distance between them and relegation. Instead, they went down three goals to Aston Villa in the first 37 minutes. Streams of pissed off Sunderland fans stormed out of the Stadium of Light—thousands …
You might be tempted to call E'Twaun Moore's game-winning three the highlight of last night's contest between the Thunder and Bulls, but I submit that the night's truly transcendent moment occurred on the ensuing possession, when a portly Bulls fan lost all notion of etiquette and got himself a big ol' handful of…
Soccer fans are, almost without exception, horrible people. So you can imagine our surprise, if also our reluctance to truly trust, the behavior of these Stuttgart fans, who consoled poor little Timo Baumgartl after a huge mistake lead to an easy goal to all but seal their defeat.