11 Sports GIFs That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

With terrorist attacks in the U.S. and France, a man throwing his five-year-old daughter off a bridge to her death, and more alleged Bill Cosby victims, it's tough to have a positive outlook on the world at large. As a public service, then, we searched to find eleven GIFs that will restore your faith in humanity.… »1/08/15 1:30pm1/08/15 1:30pm


11 Sports GIFs That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

It's a tough time to be a sports fan. From the Ray Rice fiasco, to (even more) racism in an NBA front office, to a pervert college athletic director, finding anything positive about the world of sports is a challenge. In an attempt to lift your spirits, we're happy to present you with eleven sports GIFs that will… »9/09/14 11:00am9/09/14 11:00am

Start Your Weekend With An Inspirational Quote From Bob Knight

Bob Knight has a new book out next week. It's called The Power of Negative Thinking: An Unconventional Approach to Achieving Positive Results, because Bob Knight is still playing his (lucrative) role as college basketball's senile great-uncle. He sat down with Andrew Goldman for the New York Times Magazine's weekly… »3/01/13 6:05pm3/01/13 6:05pm

17 Sports Moments That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

It's been a rough week in the sports world for those of us who put faith in our fellow man and woman. From NASCAR drivers' alleged bigotry, to NFL execs wanting to know if Manti Te'o is gay, to a youth hockey coach being sentenced for tripping a little kid, it's tough to look at the sports world and see much good… »3/01/13 5:55pm3/01/13 5:55pm

10 Sports GIFs That Will Restore Your Faith In Humanity

Deadspin published a feature last night that amplified the already-concentrated sense of dread among reasonable, well-meaning Americans. Some of you responded with emotional outbursts of hatred toward humanity in general. We feel you're owed something more uplifting today, so we've collected 10 sports GIFs to help… »12/17/12 4:30pm12/17/12 4:30pm

Former Oregon State Pitcher Was Paralyzed After Spinal Injury, But Can Now Stand

In 2006, 20-year-old Oregon State University pitcher Rob Summers suffered a spinal injury which left him unable to use his legs after a still-unsolved hit-and-run case. Five long years later, he's been dubbed "Superman." Once paralyzed, Summers can now stand and has regained "some purposeful movement" with the help… »5/22/11 12:15pm5/22/11 12:15pm