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College baseball doesn't get the hype that college football and basketball receive. Maybe this is why: an LSU baseball fan showed up with the school's letters shaved vertically into his chest hair at the team's Super Regional game against Oklahoma in Baton Rouge, Lou. on Saturday night. Of course, the guy was captured on national TV.
ESPN's cameras caught the LSU fan rooting on the Tigers, who eventually went
If you know anyone who has ever been in a band, you know how awful an independently done music video can be. Hell, if you've seen R. Kelly's 'Trapped In The Closet,' you know how epically terrible professional music videos can be.
Brazilian Indy car driver Ana Beatriz was not among the favorites to win Sunday's Indy 500, but she may wind up with the day's most interesting story. Prior to the start of the 97th running of the legendary race, Beatriz's boyfriend Daniel Sousa dropped to a knee on p
When Tampa Bay Rays reporter Kelly Nash stopped by Fenway Park on Saturday to do some advance work, she thought it would be cool to take a self shot picture from on top of the Green Monster, the ballpark's iconic outfield wall
Adam Scott birdied the second playoff hole to beat Angel Cabrera and win the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia on Sunday. In winning his first-ever major, Scott became the first Australian ever to win the Masters
No stranger to controversy, golfer Tiger Woods found himself at the center of another mess at The Masters on Saturday when the Augusta National Golf Club's competition committee levied a two-stroke penalty on him for an improper ball drop on Friday
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night
A 1909 baseball card of Honus Wagner soldfor a record $2.1 million, the auction house that conducted the sale said Saturday. One of only 50 cards of its kind in existence, the T-206 American Tobacco Company card fetched $2,105,770.
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