A quick, gruesome recap of the maladies Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis has suffered: he’s torn his right ACL three times (no other player in NFL history has come back from three such tears on the same knee), he dislocated his finger then relocated it and made a tackle all on the same play, and he broke his arm in…
Here’s an Australian Open line umpire taking a blow “down under” during today’s Federer-Berdych match. Ow ow ow ow ow.
Well done, sir. Your celebration of a Panthers touchdown may have busted your neck, but it succeeded in making millions bust their guts laughing.
Scary news out of Spain this afternoon, as half a dozen Giant-Alpecin riders were hospitalized after a car going the wrong way smashed into them on a training ride. Spanish outlet Informacion reports that John Degenkolb, Warren Barguil, Chad Haga, Fredrik Ludvigsson, Max Walscheid, and Ramon Sinkeldam were all taken…
This here’s Matt Hendricks and he’s making that there face because he took a hockey puck to the Johnson while defending against a Howitzer of a slap shot.
Saskatchewan Rush attacker Zack Greer took a punch to the head from Calgary Roughnecks defender Scott Carnegie in Saturday’s game, and just as Greer’s helmet fell off, a lacrosse ball struck him in the face. Tough day for Zack.
Today’s edition of Rugby Is Fuckin’ Crazy, Man, comes to us from a women’s league match between Oxford and Cambridge.
Thoughts I would have before I, unlike LOU’s Jérémy Gondrand, got up and started calmly looking for the four teeth that had just been smashed out of my head:
Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis probably wasn’t feeling too good after giving the puck away right next to his own net. He was probably feeling a lot worse when he caught a slapshot to the face immediately afterward.
American Heritage and Hallandale met for a football game on Friday night, and one unlucky cheerleader took this here throwaway to what looks like the face and/or neck. Shouts out to her for popping back up instantly.
Cleats are weapons, man. Here’s video:
Here’s one way to end up on the injury list: Georgia defensive back Rico McGraw left today’s game against Auburn after being decked in the head by an overly enthusiastic coach. Note to coaches: your players are already at enough risk of brain injury, thanks.
Advanced tactics? Shove your finger in the opponent’s eye.
2006 Olympic gold medalist Brad Gushue was rushed to a hospital today in Nova Scotia after a fall left him gushing blood all over the ice at the Grand Slam of Curling.