See him do it.
The Cameron Crazies get partial credit for "Air . . . Ball".
Hint: it's mostly splash, splash, splash.
They beat Bart Starr with a wooden paddle until his back resembled a piece of raw meat. The quarterback was never the same again.
For more than 60 years, Bart Starr and his wife, Cherry, have kept a dark secret hidden away from the narrative of the Hall of Fame quarterback's career. No more. One of the most respected football players in the history of the game, and arguably one of the toughest, was hazed so badly while at the University of Alabama that it derailed his college career, disqualified him from military service and affected him throughout his 16 years with the Green Bay Packers.
I, for one, hadn't seen anything like this before.
(The one posted in the comments is pretty great, too.)
Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins lowers the boom--again--on the NFL's case against Tom Brady.
If you're as old as I am you might well remember the famous tagline from ABC's "The Wide World of Sports".
If that show was still on they'd probably now include a clip from the recent 2AAA Minnesota boys' basketball game featuring Waseca and Marshall.
Not one, not two, but three buzzer beaters. Four overtimes. Clutch free throws and missed free throws. The likeliest of heroes and perhaps the unlikeliest.
Link courtesy of Michael Greenspan.
Piece puts in perspective just how outstanding Curry's 3-point shooting is this season.
"Football Manager... the computer game that identified Lionel Messi as a talented schoolboy and has more scouts than any club in the world"
Pretty amazing that a video game can support that kind of staff. But they've sold a lot of copies.
". .. . professional surfer Tom Dosland fell 40-feet down the front of a wave at Jaws, Maui's legendary surfing break."