Jameis Winston Throws Terrible Interception, Then Forces Fumble

Jameis Winston's a star athlete in two sports, but it looks like the reigning Heisman winner could play both ways on the gridiron, too. Here's the Seminoles QB making a truly regrettable decision, then making up for it by forcing the fumble. He's still got a two-touchdown deficit from which to dig his team, though. » 10/30/14 9:32pm Thursday 9:32pm

High School Quarterback Blows Play-In Game In Worst Way Imaginable

Spanish Fork High School had the lead and the ball in the final seconds of a play-in game against Maple Mountain, and was well on its way to the Utah state tournament. With Maple Mountain out of timeouts, Spanish Fork decided to run a play on fourth down and run off the six seconds remaining on the clock. I don't want… » 10/29/14 4:27pm Wednesday 4:27pm

Spanish Player Hits Referee, Himself In The Face With Basketball

Unlike that tennis lineswoman, this basketball referee definitely has an excuse for crumpling to the ground after Sergio Llull of Real Madrid Baloncesto's errant pass bounds directly into his face. Llull even gets a taste of his own medicine when the thing doinks off the ref's head and into his own. » 10/28/14 1:40pm Tuesday 1:40pm

This Failed Trick Play From The Jets Gets Sadder Every Time You Watch It

Upon reflection, the most embarrassing thing the New York Jets did yesterday was try to run the world's least effective trick play on a third-quarter kickoff return. I realize that's a bold statement to make, seeing as how this game also included Geno Smith turning in one of the worst quarterbacking performances ever » 10/27/14 9:39am Monday 9:39am

This Shameful Display Of Mass Injury-Faking Is The Pinnacle Of Diving

Here it is, soccer haters. If any of you needed that one crucial piece of evidence that the sport's players were a bunch of diving, playacting wimps, this video showing five Defensor Bolívar players faking injuries, forcing the ref to end the match eight minutes early, should be just what you've waited for. » 10/20/14 11:57am 10/20/14 11:57am

Sunderland Defender's Exquisite Volley Makes For Wonderful Own Goal

Below, Sunderland's Santiago Vergini shows off some impressive technical ability as he takes a bouncing ball and cracks it past the keeper. It would've been worthy of his personal highlight reel, if it hadn't been aimed at his own net. But for an own goal, this was a beaut. » 10/18/14 11:19am 10/18/14 11:19am

Diego Costa's Targeting System Is On The Fritz

Diego Costa's scored nine goals so far this year for Chelsea, but has yet to find the net for his adoptive country of Spain. He had the perfect opportunity to do it against Luxembourg at today's Euro 2016 qualifier, but somehow put the ball, uh, really wide of the target. Blame it on server lag. » 10/12/14 3:40pm 10/12/14 3:40pm

Can A Ref With No Red Card Send Someone Off? One Player Investigates

It's an interesting question, one that Guingamp's Benjamin Angoua tried valiantly to answer this weekend when, as the ref tried to show a red to a teammate, Angoua nipped and slapped at the card, hoping the ref would either listen to reason or get tired of trying to snatch the damn thing out of the air. » 9/29/14 12:36pm 9/29/14 12:36pm

UMass Video Board Falls Over During Third Quarter

UMass took on Bowling Green in its first game on-campus in three years today, and it would appear they haven't worked out all the kinks yet. Early in the third quarter, the video board fell over. Unfortunately, there's no video of the actual fall, but we can see the board hanging limp in the aftermath. The oohs and… » 9/27/14 5:50pm 9/27/14 5:50pm