Tebowing is sort of like planking, except people take photos of themselves in the Tebow pose.
If you haven't been to Tebowing.com, then this post probably doesn't make much sense. If you don't know, Tebowing is taking a photograph of yourself in the Tebow kneeling pose. It's sort of like planking, except with Tebow. And since it's sort of silly, we decided to take it a step further and create a gallery of something we call Teblowing (which is pretty self-explanatory.)
When Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robinson launched his foot into the goods of Green Bay Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang, NFL fans across the nation recoiled in horror. But a quick look around the sports landscape proves that attacking your opponents privates has been in practice since the dawn of competition. Don't believe us? Just check out our tribute to below the belt cheap shots.
UAB might need some help in the "people who care about UAB" department.
This was the scene at the UAB Blazers home game tonight (Oct. 20th) against the UCF Knights. Even if UAB pulls off the upset and the fan(s) storm the field, I'm pretty sure that goal post has absolutely nothing to worry about. I'm not sure if I've ever seen a more epic case of no one showing up to a sporting event (that was also on TV) in my life.
The Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals square off in the 2011 World Series
The 2011 World Series kicks off tonight with a battle between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Texas Rangers. So to get you ready for this fall classic, let's take a look at both team's managers, players and even front office executives who you'll be watching for the next 4 to 7 games.
Mike Martz is an NFL offensive play calling genius. Here's a few of his unique plays
Anyone who saw the Chicago Bears self-destruct against the Detroit Lions on Monday night probably thought Chicago’s offense was in complete disarray. Well, you thought wrong. We’ve obtained an exclusive look at Mike Martz’s playbook for Monday night’s debacle and from the looks of it, the Bears' offense executed to near perfection.
Someone got some legendary ink of the ex-Oakland Raiders owner
As you probably know, Al Davis, the enigmatic and controversial owner of the Oakland Raiders died on Saturday. And what better way to commemorate the death of someone who was important to you, than to get a gigantic tattoo of their head and famous slogan all over your legs.