Texas A&M is down by a touchdown to the University of Louisiana at halftime. It seems their fans are a bit upset by this.
The Mets lost to the Brewers tonight by six runs. Aside from Eric Thames’s big dinger, what happened on the field was not particularly notable (the Mets lose all the time). However, right next to the field, Mr. Met provided the highlight of the night when he flipped off a fan who was videotaping the interaction.
The Penguins beat the Blue Jackets 4-1 yesterday, and the best performance of the night belonged not to anyone on the ice, but to this spectator:
The Process is not without its acolytes, such as Your Dad here.
The Twins called up starting pitcher Jose Berrios on Tuesday, and as the 21-year-old met his new major-league teammates in the dugout, reliever Glen Perkins was seen in the background giving the middle finger. Though it appeared that Perkins was flipping off Berrios, the actual target wasn’t in frame.
The Tigers are comfortably ahead of the Oakland A’s this evening in Detroit thanks to Miguel Cabrera knocking in a pair of dingers off Kendall Graveman. In the sixth inning, Tigers center fielder Tyler Collins missed an easy fly ball by a few feet after he lost it in the lights, and Tigers fans were none too happy…
Architects of the next financial crisis, right here.
Sergey Kovalev battered Jean Pascal in retaining his three light heavyweight belts tonight in Montreal, but the Russian wasn’t content to stop landing blows after Pascal’s trainer Freddie Roach threw in the towel after the seventh round. Kovalev brought up the failed attempts at unifying the light heavyweight title by…
Interrupting the game and making an obscene gesture all in one motion? PLEASE DON’T LET THE RAIDERS LEAVE OAKLAND.
Ahh, a Michigan Man. Is there anything he can’t accomplish through a flourish of words and a commanding gesture? This is excellent broadcast work by ESPN, here.