Tim Tebow has a right to gloat over his success. And what better place to do it than on his eyeblack
Tim Tebow's eyeblack has been one of his trademarks since his days at the University of Florida. Usually reserved for a Bible verse he wanted to get out to the masses, his eyeblack became a billboard that hearkened back to the days of Jim McMahon's headbands.
Now that Tim's gone through a heavy dose of hatred from the media over his time under center with the Broncos--and come out of it with a 6-1 record--it's time Tim was able to enjoy his success and talk a little smack with his eyeblack.
Ever wonder what it would look like if sports stars starred in classic 80s movies? Wonder no more
Earlier this week, New England Patriots wide receiver and world-renowned Twitter addict Chad Ochocinco posted a new avatar featuring himself, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick photoshopped onto the movie poster for Lethal Weapon 3. As you can see, the results were spectacular. Ochocinco has already dropped the avatar, but in honor of his work, we decided to update some other classic movie posters with the biggest stars in sports.
College football uniforms are out of control. And they're only going to get worse.
College football uniforms have been in the news lately. With Maryland's flag uniforms that looked like something out of Middle Earth, Boise State's "Power Rangers" getup and Oklahoma State's all grey, we're not sure what's going on with the current state of uniforms. What happened to the classics?
In an effort to see what uniforms will look like in the future, we looked into our crystal ball (which is actually just Photoshop) and saw what the college football uniforms will look like in the upcoming seasons.
These are all fakes, but that doesn't mean they aren't entertaining.
Everyone loves a viral video. Even marketing departments of giant corporations. Which is why it's no secret that many of the viral vids your co-workers send you are not actually "real." They're real in that they are a video that's going viral. But they're not real in the fact that the people and stunts in the video are paid actors and the actions taking place are CGI'd more often than you want to believe.