Aaron Boone is one of a number of ESPN personalities featured on tonight's Megacast "ESPN Voices" broadcast on ESPNU, which has mostly consisted of allowing viewers to watch talent eat food. Or in Aaron Boone's case, watch him pick his nose.
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This woman spends a solid chunk of time picking her nose. We'll leave it up to the experts to decide whether she goes full-Cole.
This man has incredible form.
The Texans rolled past Indianapolis Sunday by a 29-17 score, and it left many Colts players to search for answers. Others, meanwhile, went digging for gold.
With the Nationals and Braves storming to guaranteed playoff spots, it stands to figure that the teams would leave some division foes in the wake of their success. Sure, the Marlins and Mets found themselves buried with regularity this year, but for Phillies fans accustomed to the team's success, being left on the…
We always enjoy catching people knuckle-deep, but it's somewhat disturbing in this context. It's probably because of the come-hither look on his face. (It's actually because of his pencil mustache.)
I'm not sure what this Phillies fan, who made it up to Citi Field for last night's win over the Mets, should be more embarrassed about. The fact that the cameras perfectly caught him prospecting for green gold, or that he's wearing a division championship shirt. (H/T Debra)
The backlash against advanced statistics in baseball by so-called "purists" can get tiresome, but there's no denying a few of the stereotypes about those dealing in the numbers game sometimes hold true. Here's a shot of Astros Director of Decision Sciences (seriously, that's his job title) Sig Mejdal from yesterday's…
Ignore the undead apparition that is Steven Tyler for a moment and check out the dude in the corner of Robert Kraft's box. Pick a winner!
We think this is Wisconsin assistant coach Joe Rudolph pulling a Spaulding in the first quarter of the Rose Bowl; here it is in full forensic-quality slow-mo and zoomed-in just for your enjoyment. [ESPN]
The NBA's Opening Day spectacular matched such high-profile teams, it was hard to pick winners. Indeed, only a savvy gambler would have tried to take a day of entertainment and turn it into a gold-digging expedition. It all followed on a preseason in which the Mavericks went drilling for oil with the Lamar Odom trade…
Sorry chum, hate to call you out on this, but you've got seats behind the bench, and with our jealously comes the desire to make fun of you for going to town on (inter)national TV.