The most repulsive thing at the U.S. Open this weekend wasn’t John Millman’s shirt or Tennys Sandgren’s personality, but this chicken tender dipped into a soda by a woman in the stands. Fox 5 found Alexa Greenfield, the bold flavor revolutionary (or gross weirdo, depending on your worldview) and got an explanation.
Former Olympic swimmer and two-time gold medalist Klete Keller used the app Wag to find a dogsitter, and very much regretted it when he came home to find two shirtless men on his couch with “personal lubricant” and a camera.
Before a chat with Orlando Magic rookie Mo Bamba, J.J. Redick opened today’s episode of his podcast with an account of how he supposedly saw a person in a cage in his car service driver’s trunk yesterday. Wait, what?
You bright and risen angels! Tiger Woods is either contending for the British Open championship this weekend or, depending upon how seriously you take this comically overwrought Golf Channel promo, going nobly into that BATTLE we all must face, the final charge into the breach in pursuit of mastering our very SOULS…
First of all, it’s important to note that making predictions on draft night, or trying to grade teams’ picks, is a fool’s game. None of these guys has played an NBA game yet, and trying to parse the difference between Marvin Bagley III, whom the Kings just drafted at number-two overall, and Luka Doncic, who appeared…
The NHL issued an alert today that the league would be investigating emails received by numerous people purportedly from commissioner Gary Bettman “requesting a phone call or other calls to action,” claiming the emails were being sent from fake accounts:
Jim Mora, who once went on the radio to gush his interest in one head coaching job while he still had another, thinks Josh Rosen’s “concentration level” and “focus” might be a concern for NFL teams because Rosen [slaps forehead] is “a millennial.”
On Feb. 7, Constantinos “Danny” Filippidis was reported missing after he disappeared from a ski trip to Whiteface Mountain in upstate New York. Oddly, his car was still in the parking lot and all his belongings were intact at the ski lodge. Department of Environmental Conservation forest rangers, New York state…
Though all the evidence pointed Marvin Lewis finally leaving the Bengals—the usually reliable Adam Schefter reported on Dec. 17 that Lewis would be gone after the season—the team announced today that Lewis will receive a two-year extension. What?
In which Jon Gruden speaks at length about turkey holes:
We can only assume Jay Feely is suffering from a glitch in the Matrix:
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Golfer Greg Norman wanted to share the news of his horses trying to breed, so he uploaded this video of his horses actually committing the act for the world to see. The world would have taken The Shark at his word, but the transparency is appreciated.
Alex Rodriguez is in the booth with Kevin Burkhardt for tonight’s Yankees-Royals game, and MLB On Fox drummed up publicity for it with a photo of the former player looking at his notes. Rodriguez’s items included something that’s tough to parse, but doesn’t seem to be about baseball.
Because of an injury to Tony Parker, rookie Dejounte Murray has earned more minutes as the Spurs have advanced. This might be why everyone’s now noticed that Murray has an arm tattoo which looks like the evil twin of the honey bun that looks like E.T., or a facial composite of one of those Madballs, or the moon from Majora’s Mask.
Last year, Chechen dictator Ramzan Kadyrov made his young sons take part in staged MMA fights against other children their age. His sons fought against other 9-, 10-, and 11-year-olds is what resembled a full-on UFC event, which meant small gloves and no protective headgear. He caught heat from Russia’s most famous…
Yesterday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke at a prisoner re-entry conference in Jersey City. So did former world heavyweight champ Mike Tyson, who presented Christie with a title belt to commend him for his work on the subject.
You’ve spoken to a toddler, or at least know enough about children to imagine what speaking to a toddler might be like. You understand that a 2-year-old child, because his brain is still developing and he is just starting to experiment with language, is liable to say some dumb things. A toddler might say to you,…