I want you to try and imagine what an aggrieved Patriots fan who is so mad about some of New England’s players kneeling for the national anthem that he threw a party for other aggrieved Patriots fans to come and burn their Pats gear might look like. Okay, do you have the image in your head?
One day after Orioles outfielder Adam Jones was subject to a racist insult from a fan at Fenway Park, the Red Sox permanently banned a fan for using a racial slur during a separate incident at Tuesday night’s game.
There is a bar in Atlanta called Park Tavern that will be hosting a pep rally for Packers fans the day before the NFC championship game. The event is being put on by Packers Everywhere, a group that rents out bars and hosts events for Packers fans all across the country. A fanbase taking over a particular bar is…
I understand that playoff football brings out the emotions in all of us, but if a loss in the divisional round makes you do this to your TV:
The San Diego Chargers are on the cusp of officially moving to Los Angeles, bringing an end to a years-long breakup process that has understandably left Chargers fans with a bad taste in their mouths. One guy was so fed up that he went down to the Chargers’ building and hucked some dang eggs at it:
There really aren’t too many avenues for fans to express displeasure towards officials. There’s a large vocabulary to express that displeasure—like, any and every obscenity imaginable, to start—but actual methods of expression here are largely limited to just screaming from the stands like an asshole or posting…
My first instinct when watching a video of a sports fan losing his or her mind is to think the whole thing is staged. So I was skeptical about this rowdy Georgia fan who lost his shit during Saturday’s game against Mizzou:
This old dude right here is apparently known as “Boogieman,” and is a fixture at Kentucky basketball games. Someone please tell Boogieman that he is far too old to just go around scooping people up:
What’s worse than watching your team bone itself out of a playoff victory with a missed 27-yard field goal? Celebrating because you thought the kick was good.
After watching this GIF, it’s easy to conclude that Rich Old Guy Performatively Dressed In Casual Wear is your typical square who went and crapped all over what could have been a cool moment with his supreme awkwardness. But wait, let’s take a closer look:
What we have here is a Browns fan named Bill calling into the Bull & Fox sports radio show in Cleveland and getting choked up on the air.
Cam Newton really makes people furious, man. He makes them angry enough to write letters to the Charlotte Observer, in which they admonish him for having the audacity to dance.
The Lions finally got their first win of the season in a miserable overtime game today against Chicago. Lions superfan Earl Spring didn’t get to see the finish, though, because he and his bizarro world Road Warrior buddy got kicked out for, they say, standing and cheering.
Game 5 of the Rangers-Blue Jays ALDS was thrown into chaos by a controversial play in the seventh inning.
A Patriots fan with a Twitter account read today’s bombshell report about the New England Patriots, and offers this rebuttal:
Attempting to catch a baseball while holding a child is a risky proposition. It can make you look like a suspect parent who is also a super-cool badass if pulled off properly, but it can also make you look like a suspect parent who is not at all cool if the opportunity is flubbed. This guy falls into the latter…
Don’t ever go to Boston, man. Boston is bad.
This happened during this week’s series between the Yankees and Orioles, and it provides a good lesson on how to become the “crazy one” in your group of friends.
Maryland guard Dez Wells was kicked off the Xavier men's basketball team in 2012 after being accused of sexual assault. An Ohio grand jury ultimately decided not to bring charges against Wells, and he later settled a lawsuit filed against Xavier. It's something he still hears about from opposing fans, and while his…
Look, I'm going to play this one straight: I know absolutely nothing about this video. It was tweeted at us from an unknown Twitter account, has almost no description, and was posted by a seemingly normal YouTube account that has been around for five years. I cannot find any other trace of it on the internet. But…