Watch Creighton's Grant Gibbs Inbound The Ball Off An Alabama Guy's…

These are always great. Grant Gibbs goes off Nick Jacobs's lumbar for the easy layup, giving us the rare and wonderful highlight/lowlight combo. (Creighton won the game by a point.) Clark Kellogg calls it a "smart schoolyard play," which raises the question: What kind of schoolyard game features inbounds passes? [TBS] » 3/16/12 4:29pm 3/16/12 4:29pm

The Best And Very, Very Worst Of JaVale McGee: A Video Tribute

JaVale McGee is an elite athlete who does things that most people could never even dream of. That's what makes it all the better when JaVale decides his talents are best spent doing things like goaltending a shot into the fifth row and running back on defense while his team still has the ball. » 2/24/12 12:30pm 2/24/12 12:30pm

Eli Manning and Matt Ryan: Post-Turnover Face-Off

The quarterback matchup today isn't just about who can throw for more touchdowns, it's also about who can make the most ridiculous face after giving one away to the other team. While the Manning face is certainly more renowned, Matt Ryan is certainly no slouch. In anticipation of today's head-to-head battle, we've… » 1/08/12 12:30pm 1/08/12 12:30pm

The Year In Animals Running Onto The Field, Adorably: A Video

Humans weren't the only creatures invading our sporting events this year. There was the squirrel that interrupted an NLDS game, the fluffy owl who is sadly no longer with us, and a strangely high quantity of dogs running around soccer pitches. Here are some of our favorite animal trespassers from 2011, set to music… » 12/30/11 11:30am 12/30/11 11:30am

The Year In Fans Running Onto The Field: A Video

Is there anything more life-affirming than watching a fan—likely drunk, possibly naked, probably a moron—jump a barrier and dash onto a field in the middle of a sporting event? The responsible authoritarians who run the TV networks won't show you these occasional bursts of the anarchic spirit, but we will. Here's a… » 12/30/11 10:00am 12/30/11 10:00am

Tyler Palko Is Not The Next Kurt Warner

During Monday Night Football last week, Ron Jaworski briefly speculated that Tyler Palko was following the Kurt Warner archetype, of a guy who bumbles around for a while before finally getting his shot in the NFL. As Jaws pointed out, Kurt Warner didn't get his first NFL start until he was 28 years old—just like Palko. » 11/28/11 10:40am 11/28/11 10:40am

The Eagles' Nine-Minute Game-Winning Drive in 90 Seconds

To the surprise of just about everyone last night, Vince Young—whose play up until this point in the game could generously be described as erratic—led an 18-play, 80-yard death march of a touchdown drive that would eventually decide the game. Here's the drive, condensed into a much more palatable 90 seconds. » 11/21/11 10:30am 11/21/11 10:30am

The Dejected Faces Of Mark Sanchez

The great battle for AFC East supremacy last night turned into somewhat of a Patriots blowout and a game that was not all that much fun to watch. The one thing that did bring great joy was the body language of Mark Sanchez, whose moods ranged from misery to dejection to bike-pedaling, sisyphean existential despair.… » 11/14/11 10:35am 11/14/11 10:35am