One of Deadspin's oldest friends, Kige flew the (YouTube) nest and ended up on Tosh.0 last night. Finally, network execs figure out what the people want.
If there was ever a person more deserving to receive a meaningless award by default from an imaginary "Veterans Committee," it has to be the man who put "You Tube Sports" on the map.
Some people are fans of the Tennessee Titans. But many, many more people are NOT fans of the Tennessee Titans. This 2009 Deadspin NFL team preview is for those in the latter group.
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If you weren't able to watch the Alabama-Florida game on Saturday, I hope that you at least had computer access so that you could follow along as Kige Ramsey live blogged the event. Yes, the YouTube Sports broadcaster and owner of many fine Kentucky Wildcats T-shirts once again tried his hand at live blogging on…
Like the rest of you, we enjoyed seeing Larry Bird and Magic Johnson making a cameo appearance in those new NBA Finals ads. But still: Why make the poor guys wear their old uniforms? Middle-aged guys in tank tops? We really don't want to see two legends from our youth in their old uniforms; this is one…
We hadn't checked in on Kige in a while, but man ... that dude has TOTALLY sold out. We should hire body language expert Janine Driver to analyze this video.
In the words of Sean Salisbury, "cancer blows." We couldn't possibly agree more, and, thankfully, someone's finally attacking cancer with the strongest weapon available: Kige Ramsey.