Baby Mangino is a legend around these parts, but Baby Andy Reid has arrived to make a bid for the title of America's Best Baby Coach. You may say it's the mustache that really makes this costume, but I say it's all about the wide, vacant eyes.
Your morning roundup for Oct. 31, the day we learned that some kids in England throw flour and eggs on elderly people during this time of the year. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
In the grand tradition of parents naming their kids after sports heroes they can't possibly live up to—and then dressing them up in silly costumes—we proudly present Baby Joe Mauer.
Because a full month of SHOTY tournament voting gets a little tiresome, we're making a few changes. Follow along.
Concerned reader Robert is worried that regular Mangino won't be with us much longer, so his baby form will go wanting. So he presents the world with Baby Tressel. Thoughts?
Former Kansas football players are coming out of the woodwork now to tell the us all how awfully "inappropriate" Mark Mangino is when he yells at his players. It's clear that when it comes to emotional devastation, he's the king.
Does this look like the face of someone who would berate and threaten his players? Or worse, a parking enforcer who was only doing his job when he gave the Kansas football coach two dozen parking tickets? You'd be surprised.
Kansas has launched an internal investigation of football coach Mark Mangino, which combined with five straight losses and an upcoming shellacking against Texas, could spell doom for the rotund coach. But what will become of his infant doppleganger?
Five thousand votes separate the the competitors. Voting closes at the end of the AFC game. Can you do any less?
Yes, our Baby Mangino seems like an unstoppable force.
If there were any questions about how seriously some are taking SHOTY 2008, look no further than KAKE, an ABC affiliate in Kansas, which devoted an entire segment to Baby Mangino's "championship" run.
We have reached the SHOTY Final. It's probably the one we should have expected all along.
Welcome back, everybody. It's 2009. Crazy. Time to make your voice heard, while you can.
The second Final Four matchup is here; there is no third-place game, because third place games are for losers.
Congratulations to our four finalists in the 2008 Sportshuman of the Year tournament. They've all earned it, in their own way.
Welcome, everybody, to Elite Eight Week! If we had a cool corporate sponsor who flashed repetitive commercials in between every one of these posts, you'd be hearing that phrase a TON this week. Maybe we could have a late coach give an inspired speech between halves. Alas.