Stefan Heck, last seen around these parts ruining mock fantasy drafts, is a cohost of Real Good Show, a podcast about Canadian sports. For a live show this weekend, he created the above highlight reel—five minutes of guys getting hit in the nuts, all set to Peter Gabriel’s classic. It’s a beautiful thing.
To be fair to Shaq, I can’t really compose a coherent thought after 8:00 p.m., either.
All right, this is the moment! I’ve been hangin’ out here alllll night, sweatin’ bullets in my blue Santa outfit, and now I’m about to get on TV! Here comes the reporter! Okay, just gonna play it cool. Gonna be real chill. Gotta remember not to curse, though!
Prince Fielder rounded third base and fell in Tuesday’s game against the Dodgers. Everyone laughed at him. Even Prince had to laugh at himself. What a day.
The last-place Red Sox don’t need outside forces to help them lose, because they can handle it all on their own, but the sun ruined their composure anyway in Sunday’s game against the Blue Jays. Dustin Pedroia lost a pop fly in the fourth, and four Red Sox combined for another botched out in the fifth.
Thank the capabilities of slow-mo these days, because just seconds after Phillies catcher Cameron Rupp flung a ball right into pitcher Sean O’Sullivan’s throat, the broadcast immediately showed two exceptional angles of “Man Getting Hit By Baseball.”
Do you want to watch little hockey players stumbling everywhere and being adorably bad? Also, it’s set to “Yakety Sax,” as it should be. (As a warning, the video automatically plays. Sorry.)
I believe the word is "madcap."
Fans around the country flock to their TVs for March Madness, a time when college basketball players inspire us with their NCAA Tournament heroics. Plenty of dumb things happen in between all those buzzer-beaters and spectacular dunks, though. This video features those dumb things.
Miguel's career in music may be over after this freak accident tonight at the Billboard Awards, but we're sure he has a future in the WWE—especially after we matched this slobberknocker to Jim Ross audio.
Bill Dance has been imparting his knowledge of the outdoors as the host of Bill Dance Outdoors since 1968. He has also spent much of that time committing hilarious fuck ups while filming his show—fuck ups which have been compiled into one wonderful blooper reel.
David Paul (hiccup!) is the chief meteorologist (hiccup!) at Houston's KHOU (hiccup!). He had a lot of detail (hiccup!) to cover during yesterday's (hiccup!) 5 p.m. broadcast (hiccup!). He nonetheless (hiccup!) managed (hiccup!) to tell his viewers (hiccup!) just what they needed to know (hiccup!) about the region's…
Tonight in Atlanta, Louisville and Michigan will battle for the national title in what promises to be a game full of spectacular and heroic plays—some of which will make CBS's "One Shining Moment" highlight reel afterward. Here's a compilation of our favorite March Madness moments from 2013 that won't find their way…
It was March 3, 1978, the sectional semifinals of the Indiana high school basketball tournament, in the teeth of what they call Hoosier Hysteria. George Washington was playing Northwest, a team it had already beaten twice that season. Washington was up, 61-60, and had the ball. A second remained. David Donald, a…
This man has incredible form.
It is becoming clear that this administration's military spending cuts are having disastrous effects on the readiness of the men and women who keep our country safe. There is no greater illustration than trampoline dunking being excised completely from basic training—leading to international incidents like this one,…
There's a reason this Udinese-Braga match is a Champions League qualifier, and not the Champions League. Udinese defender Pablo Armero, after scoring earlier, found himself all alone with a chance to clinch things. He would not, as you see, and Braga would score the equalizer and win on PKs thanks to a failed…
"McCutchen's impressive hustle," MLB.com labels this highlight. It could just as easily be called "the Diamondback are bad at defense and baseball and should have sharp objects removed from their homes."