Saturday, November 30, 2013

0 Gerald Henderson sends outlet pass to fan's head

Gerald Henderson was pretty sure someone was supposed to be there when he kicked it out last night. Unfortunately for a lady in the stands, there was no one, because she got drilled in the head.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

0 Jason Kidd gets extra timeout by spilling his drink

Things haven't been going well for Brooklyn Nets Head Coach Jason Kidd, so much so that he had to resort to fake spilling his drink last night because he had no timeouts left. It appears that Kidd says "hit me" to one of his players, then proceeds to spill his drink when he does.


Wednesday, November 27, 2013

0 Huntington wins on 3/4 court buzzer beater

Huntington University won over Marian Tuesday when Shane Merryman nailed it from 3/4 court distance.


Monday, November 25, 2013

0 Two Florida Gators block each other on a run play

I had seen the pictures over the weekend, but now their is video thanks to YouTube user Joenoles5. Two Florida Gators blocked each other in the loss to Georgia Southern.



[via Deadspin]

Sunday, November 24, 2013

0 Fresno St. scores on a fumblerooski

Fresno State was up 21-0, so I am not sure why they were doing trick plays, but nonetheless, they pulled out the fumblerooski.


Thursday, November 21, 2013

0 Things are going well when Roy Hibbert hits buzzer beating 3s

Things have been going extremely well for the Pacers so far this season, and you know that when Roy Hibbert is hitting buzzer beating three pointers.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

0 Jabari Parker takes entire ECU team to the rim

There were five ECU players, four of which had a chance to stop Jabari Parker, but no one could as the freshman phenom went coast to coast and finished with a dunk.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

0 Michigan State fans outsmart Columbia players

On two consecutive possessions, Michigan State fans outsmarted Columbia's players by mischanting the countdown on the shot clock, adding a few seconds to force shot clock violations.




[via Reddit]

0 College Football Power Rankings

By Kenny Howell

Pretty lackluster weekend in College Football, as nothing really became clearer. Some people had Stanford in the National title race, but they were completely blocking out that they had lost to a really bad Utah team. Luckily, they lost again so they wouldn't have sneaked into the title game.

1. Alabama (10-0)
2. Ohio State (10-0)
3. Florida State (10-0)
4. Auburn (10-1)
5. Clemson (9-1)
6. Baylor (9-0)
7. Texas A&M (8-2)
8. Oregon (9-1)
9. South Carolina (8-2)
10. Oklahoma (8-2)
11. Michigan State (9-1)
12. Oklahoma State (9-1)
13. UCLA (8-2)
14. LSU (7-3)
15. UCF (8-1)
16. Texas (7-3)
17. Missouri (9-1)
18. Ole Miss (7-3)
19. Arizona State (8-2)
20. Fresno State (9-0)
21. Northern Illinois (10-0)
22. Stanford (8-2)
23. Michigan (7-3)
24. Wisconsin (8-2)
25. Nebraska (7-3)
26. Notre Dame (7-3)
27. Louisville (9-1)
28. USC (8-3)
29. Georgia (6-4)
30. Minnesota (8-2)
31. Miami (7-3)
32. Cincinnati (8-2)
33. Duke (8-2)
34. Louisiana-Lafayette (8-2)
35. BYU (7-3)
36. Vanderbilt (6-4)
37. Washington (6-4)
38. East Carolina (8-2)
39. Toledo (7-3)
40. Georgia Tech (6-4)
41. Penn State (6-4)
42. Boise State (7-3)
43. Tennessee (4-6)
44. Ball State (9-2)
45. North Carolina (5-5)
46. Boston College (6-4)
47. Kansas State (6-4)
48. Texas Tech (7-4)
49. Oregon State (6-4)
50. San Diego State (6-4)
51. Buffalo (7-3)
52. North Texas (7-3)
53. Rice (7-3)
54. Houston (7-3)
55. Florida (4-6)
56. Iowa (6-4)
57. Arizona (6-4)
58. Mississippi State (5-6)
59. Virginia Tech (7-4)
60. Utah State (6-4)
61. Syracuse (5-5)
62. Rutgers (5-4)
63. MTSU (6-4)
64. Marshall (8-3)
65. Texas-San Antonio (5-5)
66. Washington State (5-5)
67. Maryland (6-4)
68. SMU (4-5)
69. Western Kentucky (6-4)
70. Bowling Green (7-3)
71. Arkansas State (6-4)
72. Florida Atlantic (4-6)
73. Arkansas (3-7)
74. Akron (4-7)
75. Navy (6-4)
76. Colorado State (6-5)
77. Louisiana-Monroe (5-5)
78. Central Michigan (4-6)
79. Wake Forest (4-6)
80. Utah (4-6)
81. Tulane (6-4)
82. UNLV (5-5)
83. Texas State (6-4)
84. Pittsburgh (5-5)
85. Indiana (4-6)
86. Ohio (6-4)
87. Memphis (3-6)
88. Kent State (2-8)
89. Colorado (4-6)
90. TCU (4-7)
91. Northwestern (4-6)
92. Kansas (3-7)
93. Louisiana Tech (4-6)
94. Air Force (2-8)
95. Virginia (2-8)
96. New Mexico State (1-9)
97. UTEP (2-8)
98. Army (2-7)
99. Eastern Michigan (2-8)
100. Idaho (1-9)
101. Nevada (4-7)
102. Kentucky (2-8)
103. Illinois (3-7)
104. San Jose State (5-5)
105. Troy (5-6)
106. South Florida (2-7)
107. Wyoming (4-6)
108. New Mexico (3-6)
109. South Alabama (3-6)
110. West Virginia (4-7)
111. N.C. State (3-7)
112. Temple (1-9)
113. Connecticut (0-9)
114. California (1-10)
115. Purdue (1-9)
116. Tulsa (2-8)
117. Iowa State (1-9)
118. UAB (2-8)
119. Southern Miss (0-9)
120. Florida International (1-9)
121. Hawaii (0-10)
122. UMASS (1-9)
123. Miami (Ohio) (0-10)
124. Western Michigan (0-10)
125. Georgia State (0-9)

0 UCF's Worton make game tying 1-handed catch

UCF was about to have an awful loss to a terrible Temple team, but J.J. Worton snagged a 1-handed catch from Blake Bortles. UCF eventually won the game.


0 The miracle hail mary at Auburn



You have already probably seen it by now, but why don't we watch it again. On 4th-and-18 with under a minute to go, Nick Marshall found Ricardo Louis, after two Georgia players kept the hail mary alive.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

0 Joe Johnson drops game winning layup



Phoenix was set up to take the last shot in overtime to either win or extend it to two overtimes, but Joe Johnson was able to snag a rebound and take it coast to coast for a Brooklyn win. Bad job of the Suns taking the shot too early to set it up for Johnson.

0 Zach Randolph accidentally scores 2 points



Zach Randolph was just trying to get a hold of the rebound last night, but got so much more.

Friday, November 15, 2013

0 OKC, Golden State trade game winners

It looked like Russell Westbrook had won it for the OKC Thunder last night when he hit a three with over 2 seconds to go, but Andre Iguodala had the answer with a three for the win.

Thursday, November 14, 2013

0 Cavs sideline reporter gets hit in the head, finishes report

Cleveland Cavaliers sideline reporter Allie Clifton was in the middle of a report under the basket during shoot arounds, and of course she got hit in the head. Unfazed, Clifton was the true professional and finished her report.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

0 Grantland spotlights HS coach who never punts, onside kicks every time



I love this kind of stuff. Pulaski Academy (Ark.) Head Coach Kevin Kelley has made a name for himself the last few years by never punting, going for it on every 4th down, and onside kicking it every time. He does this because he analyzed his game to find out what the risk reward of each of these were. He once led a team 29-0 before they even touched the ball.

There have been several pieces written on him, and he's been on national TV like HBO's Real Sports. It is well deserved because I think football is slow to change sometimes. I think many coaches are rehashing what they learn, and they've perfected their system over the years. Sometimes that works really well, sometimes it eventually will leave you behind. Kelley tries to get ahead of the curve, and he has been rewarded with three state championships in Arkansas. Above, Grantland did a short piece on him to kind of introduce you to him.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

0 College Football Power Rankings, Week 12

By Kenny Howell

Several upsets forced a lot of changes in the top of this week's power rankings, as the National Championship race is becoming a little more clear. 

1. Alabama (9-0)
2. Ohio State (9-0)
3. Florida State (9-0)
4. Auburn (9-1)
5. Clemson (8-1)
6. Baylor (8-0)
7. Texas A&M (8-2)
8. Oregon (8-1)
9. South Carolina (7-2)
10. Texas (7-2)
11. Oklahoma (7-2)
12. Michigan State (8-1)
13. Stanford (8-1)
14. Oklahoma State (8-1)
15. UCLA (7-2)
16. LSU (7-3)
17. UCF (7-1)
18. Missouri (9-1)
19. Nebraska (7-2)
20. Ole Miss (6-3)
21. Miami (7-2)
22. Arizona State (7-2)
23. Fresno State (9-0)
24. Georgia (6-3)
25. Northern Illinois (9-0)
26. Michigan (6-3)
27. Wisconsin (7-2)
28. Notre Dame (7-3)
29. Louisville(8-1)
30. Washington (6-3)
31. USC (7-3)
32. Minnesota (8-2)
33. Cincinnati (7-2)
34. Duke (7-2)
35. Georgia Tech (6-3)
36. Louisiana-Lafayette (7-2)
37. Ball State (9-1)
38. Buffalo (7-2)
39. Arizona (6-3)
40. Oregon State (6-3)
41. Virginia Tech (7-3)
42. Texas Tech (7-3)
43. Tennessee (4-6)
44. BYU (6-3)
45. Houston (7-2)
46. Vanderbilt (5-4)
47. Florida (4-5)
48. East Carolina (7-2)
49. Toledo (6-3)
50. Mississippi State (5-5)
51. Rutgers (5-3)
52. Penn State (5-4)
53. Boise State (6-3)
54. North Carolina (4-5)
55. Syracuse (5-4)
56. Boston College (5-4)
57. Kansas State (5-4)
58. San Diego State (5-4)
59. North Texas (7-3)
60. Rice (6-3)
61. Iowa (6-4)
62. Utah State (6-4)
63. Texas State (6-3)
64. Middle Tennessee (6-4)
65. Marshall (7-3)
66. Ohio (6-3)
67. Pittsburgh (5-4)
68. Texas-San Antonio (5-5)
69. Washington State (4-5)
70. Maryland (5-4)
71. TCU (4-6)
72. Utah (4-5)
73. Indiana (4-5)
74. SMU (3-5)
75. Louisiana Tech (4-5)
76. Western Kentucky (6-4)
77. San Jose State (5-4)
78. Northwestern (4-5)
79. Bowling Green (6-3)
80. Arkansas State (5-4)
81. Florida Atlantic (3-6)
82. Arkansas (3-7)
83. Akron (3-7)
84. Navy (5-4)
85. Colorado State (5-5)
86. South Florida (2-6)
87. Kentucky (2-7)
88. Memphis (2-6)
89. West Virginia (4-6)
90. New Mexico (3-5)
91. Louisiana-Monroe (5-5)
92. South Alabama (3-5)
93. Central Michigan (3-6)
94. Wake Forest (4-6)
95. Wyoming (4-5)
96. Tulane (6-4)
97. Illinois (3-6) 
98. UNLV (5-5)
99. Troy (5-5)
100. N.C. State (3-6)
101. Kent State (2-8)
102. Connecticut (0-8)
103. Colorado (3-6)
104. Kansas (2-7)
105. California (1-9)
106. Air Force (2-8)
107. Purdue (1-8)
108. Temple (1-8)
109. Virginia (2-8)
110. New Mexico State (1-9)
111. UTEP (1-8)
112. Army (2-7)
113. Tulsa (2-7)
114. Eastern Michigan (2-8)
115. Idaho (1-9)
116. Iowa State (1-8)
117. UAB (2-7)
118. Southern Miss (0-8)
119. Florida International (1-8)
120. Hawaii (0-9)
121. Nevada (3-7)
122. UMASS (1-8)
123. Miami (Ohio) (0-9)
124. Western Michigan (0-9)
125. Georgia State (0-8)

0 Green, Celtics stun Heat with buzzer beater

Jeff Green hit a three-pointer with 0.6 seconds last night as the Celtics knocked off the defending champion Heat.


Tuesday, November 5, 2013

0 Iguodala made a perfect behind the back pass going out of bounds

Andre Iguodala made going out of bounds look impressive, as he sent a bullet of a behind the back pass to David Lee for the easy lay up.

0 Kentucky's James Young saves ball...into the opponents basket

Kentucky was getting a tune up before the season against Division II Montavello last night. In it, James Young was chasing a ball out of bounds and threw it up behind him, nailing it from three-point range for the other team. See kids, hustle never pays off ever.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

0 College Football Power Rankings, Week 11

By Kenny Howell

A lot of elite teams were off this week, so not much change atop the Power Rankings. Quick recap, how I come up with these power rankings, before the season started I took the last few years of recruiting, how many starters each team had coming back, and what they finished up last season, and ranked all 125 teams. So it was more based off potential. Winners rise and losers fall. The losers fall based on who they lost to, so if you lost to a top flight team, you are not going to see much drop. If you lost to an FCS school, you took a huge tumble. Margin of victory is not considered.

1. Alabama (8-0)
2. Ohio State (9-0)
3. Oregon (8-0)
4. Florida State (8-0)
5. Auburn (8-1)
6. Clemson (8-1)
7. Oklahoma (7-1)
8. Baylor (7-0)
9. Miami (7-1)
10. Notre Dame (7-2)
11. Texas A&M (7-2)
12. LSU (7-2)
13. South Carolina (7-2)
14. Texas (6-2)
15. Michigan State (8-1)
16. Stanford (7-1)
17. Oklahoma State (7-1)
18. Michigan (6-2)
19. UCLA (6-2)
20. UCF (6-1)
21. Missouri (8-1)
22. Nebraska (6-2)
23. Ole Miss (5-3)
24. Georgia (6-3)
25. Arizona State (6-2)
26. Texas Tech (7-2)
27. Fresno State (8-0)
28. Northern Illinois (9-0)
29. Wisconsin (6-2)
30. Louisville (7-1)
31. Florida (4-4)
32. Arizona (6-2)
33. Washington (5-3)
34. USC (6-3)
35. BYU (6-2)
36. Tennessee (4-5)
37. Houston (7-1)
38. Minnesota (7-2)
39. Cincinnati (6-2)
40. Duke (6-2)
41. Penn State (5-3)
42. Mississippi State (5-4)
43. Georgia Tech (6-3)
44. Louisiana-Lafayette (6-2)
45. Ball State (8-1)
46. Buffalo (6-2)
47. Oregon State (6-3)
48. Virginia Tech (6-3)
49. Vanderbilt (4-4)
50. East Carolina (6-2)
51. Toledo (6-3)
52. Ohio (6-2)
53. Maryland (5-3)
54. Rutgers (5-3)
55. Boise State (6-3)
56. North Carolina (3-5)
57. Syracuse (4-4)
58. Boston College (4-4)
59. San Jose State (5-3)
60. SMU (3-4)
61. Utah (4-4)
62. Kansas State (4-4)
63. San Diego State (4-4)
64. North Texas (6-3)
65. Rice (6-3)
66. Iowa (5-4)
67. Louisiana-Monroe (5-4)
68. Utah State (5-4)
69. Arkansas (3-6)
70. Texas State (6-3)
71. Middle Tennessee (5-4)
72. Marshall (6-3)
73. Pittsburgh (4-4)
74. Kentucky (2-6)
75. Texas-San Antonio (4-5)
76. Washington State (4-5)
77. TCU (3-6)
78. Indiana (3-5)
79. West Virginia (4-5)
80. Central Michigan (3-5)
81. Louisiana Tech (3-5)
82. Western Kentucky (5-4)
83. Illinois (3-5)
84. Tulane (6-3)
85. Northwestern (4-5)
86. Bowling Green (5-3)
87. Arkansas State (4-4)
88. UNLV (5-4)
89. Florida Atlantic (3-6)
90. Wyoming (4-4)
91. Air Force (2-7)
92. Akron (3-7)
93. Troy (5-4)
94. Wake Forest (4-5)
95. N.C State (3-5)
96. Navy (4-4)
97. Connecticut (0-7)
98. Colorado State (4-5)
99. Purdue (1-7)
100. South Florida (2-6)
101. Colorado (3-5)
102. Kansas (2-6)
103.  Memphis (1-6)
104. Virginia (2-7)
105. California (1-8)
106. New Mexico State (1-8)
107. New Mexico (2-5)
108. UTEP (1-7)
109. Army (2-6)
110. Tulsa (2-6)
111. South Alabama (3-5)
112. Idaho (1-8)
113. Iowa State (1-7)
114. UAB (2-6)
115. Southern Miss (0-7)
116. Florida International (1-7)
117. Hawaii (0-8)
118. Temple (1-8)
119. Nevada (3-6)
120. UMASS (1-8)
121. Kent State (2-8)
122. Eastern Michigan (1-8)
123. Miami (Ohio) (0-8)
124. Western Michigan (0-8)
125. Georgia State (0-8)

0 Nebraska beats Northwestern on a hail mary

You don't see this very often, but it looked like Nebraska was going to go down at home against Northwestern, but Ron Kellogg III's pass was tipped at the goal line and pulled in by Jordan Westerkamp for a 51-yard score as time expired.

Friday, November 1, 2013

0 Chris Paul-Blake Griffin alley oops on 3 straight possessions

Thanks to the Clippers D, Chris Paul found Blake Griffin on alley oops on three straight possessions last night.


0 Derrick Rose gets game winner vs. Knicks

Derrick Rose got his first big play since coming back from missing seemingly 17 years with a torn ACL. He hit the game winner against the Knicks with 10.8 seconds left.

 

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