"The Buttfumble Song," Starring ESPN's Mike Tirico

During last night's Monday Night Football clash in Pittsburgh, ESPN announcer Mike Tirico referred to the Buttfumble by its proper title. While analysts and and anchors have previously mentioned that great event, we can't recall ever hearing "buttfumble" spoken during a game (and a search of closed captioning records… » 10/21/14 11:45am 10/21/14 11:45am

The Oakland A's Now Have Their Own Folksy Theme Song

Any good championship run needs a catchy theme song. Unfortunately, it often derives from some iteration of "Don't Stop Believin'," either the original form (see: White Sox, Chicago, 2005) or some customized version, like the San Francisco Giants adopted in 2010. » 10/04/12 12:15pm 10/04/12 12:15pm

Low-Budget Pitbull Imitator Produces Nauseating "Do The Mark Sanchez"…

There aren't too many lyrics here, other than "do the Mark Sanchez," and "heart of a champion," so it's hard to dispute their words with statistical evidence. (Of note: the call-and-response here is "Who's number one?" "We number one!" But "we" could really be the Jets or the performers.) Mark Sanchez isn't good,… » 11/04/11 2:10pm 11/04/11 2:10pm

These Are The Top 10 Songs Played At Sporting Events

Alternate headline: I am old and I think young people have terrible taste in music. Via RandBall, music licensing company BMI has compiled the 10 songs played most often at stadiums and arenas during the '09-'10 season. It's a year out of date, but it's probably still pretty accurate. Just replace whatever song… » 2/25/11 1:55pm 2/25/11 1:55pm