This Story Proves That Argentine Striker Diego Milito Is The Best

Diego Milito, the former Inter star striker who now plays for his boyhood team Racing Club back in Argentina, is the coolest. All it took was the following story, about "The Prince," one fan, rosary beads, and two shocking championships spaced 13 years apart, to convince us that it's true. » 12/16/14 9:44am Tuesday 9:44am

How Is Madison Bumgarner Even A Real Person?

If you were to judge Sports Illustrated's big Sportsman of the Year feature on Madison Bumgarner simply by the magazine's cover and Tom Verducci's lede—"In one of Earth's great hardwood forests, that wind swoops and soars through white pines, maples, oaks, chestnuts and poplars..."—you might roll your eyes and say… » 12/09/14 12:46pm 12/09/14 12:46pm

Double Plane Crash Survivor Austin Hatch Scores First College Point

On June 15, 2011, Austin Hatch signed a commitment to play college basketball at Michigan. Just a nine days later he was involved in a plane crash that killed his pilot father and stepmother, and resulted in him being put into a medically induced coma. This was eight years after he and his father survived a plane… » 11/10/14 10:51pm 11/10/14 10:51pm

Gordie Howe Watches As Joe Louis Arena Gives Him A Standing Ovation

Gordie Howe is back resting at his daughter's home after suffering a stroke, and the Detroit Red Wings wanted to do something nice to help lift his spirits. Before In the middle of the first period of Friday night's game at Joe Louis Arena against the Los Angeles Kings, they got the crowd to stand up and cheer for… » 11/01/14 2:22pm 11/01/14 2:22pm

Here's T-Pain Singing His Ass Off Without Auto-Tune

T-Pain was and is entertaining—and T-Pain was and is important—not just because he built a career a decade ago by making fun, light songs about drinking and/or having sex with women, but because of how he did it. He utilized and popularized Auto-Tune, and in doing so transformed both rap and R&B, paving the way for… » 10/29/14 6:26pm 10/29/14 6:26pm

Sweet ESPN Martial Arts Broadcast A Throwback To Network's Early Days

If you're old enough to remember any of the 80's, you know that ESPN wasn't always the home to 24-hour jabbering analysts and NFL talk shows. In its more fledgling days, the WWL aired whatever content to which it could obtain rights; thus, Americans were introduced to wacky hat-wearing and fingergunz-pointing… » 10/09/14 2:30pm 10/09/14 2:30pm

Former UFC Champ Dominick Cruz Returns From Oblivion, Waxes Opponent

Before last night, Dominick Cruz, the UFC's one-time 135-lb. champion, hadn't fought in nearly three years due to an awful run of injuries. Then he turned up against Tayeka Mizugaki, the UFC's no. 5-ranked bantamweight, somehow looking at least as good as he ever has. Fighting is a strange sport. » 9/28/14 2:29pm 9/28/14 2:29pm

High School Football Player's Speech Will Make You Believe You Can Fly

Apollos Hester plays for the East View (Texas) Patriots, and after a 42-41 victory over Vandegrift Friday night, he was pumped as hell for his postgame interview with TWC News Austin. The conversation got deep pretty quickly. You'll feel like you can do anything after listening to Hester. » 9/21/14 4:57pm 9/21/14 4:57pm

Bengals Re-Sign Player, Helping Him Pay For Daughter's Cancer Battle

In June, Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still learned his four-year-old daughter, Leah, has stage four pediatric cancer. Still missed offseason workouts to be with her, shaved his head in solidarity, and filled his Instagram with pictures of Leah and updates on her treatment. » 9/04/14 3:48pm 9/04/14 3:48pm