The game of football is always evolving. As the players become bigger, stronger and faster it becomes easier and more routine to accomplish certain plays and that's why the rules are tweaked every so often. NFL owners meeting in San Francisco have approved a rule change regarding points after a touchdown.
So he can add this to his highlight reel! Penn State Defensive tackle Anthony Zettel show his defensive skills in the forest...by tackling a tree. Yes. The tree is probably rotting, but I've never come across a rotting tree and gone "I bet I can tackle that
I think the highlight of the All-Star game every year is probably the "Slam Dunk" Contestant. I know everyone wants to see their favorite players, but what if they opened it up to normal everyday people and they competed against the pros? You think this guy would win?
There were a number of firsts in Saturday night's 31st annual NASCAR Sprint All-Star race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. After nine appearances, Denny Hamlin finally won the non-points event and the one million dollar first place prize that came with it
Once in a while, the social media gods send us a gift. Today, it comes courtesy of the Discovery Channel, which was just doing its Discovery Channel thing by tweeting out a little flightless Antarctic bird factoid:
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