Oh yeah baby, oh yeah! Someone give me a high-five!
Five Ohio State players were selected in the NFL draft’s first round, which ought to make coach Urban Meyer very proud. But for at least one moment last night, Urbz was left by his lonesome.
Kansas State's Wesley Iwundu took technical free throws against Texas Tech tonight, meaning that there were no teammates on the lines to high-five between shots. Iwundu still went through the motions, though.
These three dudes were right there after Andre Iguodala's buzzer-beater to beat the Thunder, and they were right there to give Iguodala a giant high five after it happened. Look at their faces. Look at the way two of them follow through after Iguodala turns and walks away. Look at how the dude to the far left just…
Australia's Brad Haddin went to celebrate a wicket with teammate James Faulkner during Sunday's cricket match against India. Yes! High five! Shit. Sorry.
Koji Uehara came on in the eighth inning and retired the White Sox in order. He was a little fired up when he returned to the dugout, where Shane Victorino got caught looking.