The NCAA has announced that it’s opening an investigation into the Kentucky basketball program for serious recruiting violations. Specifically, they’re looking at improper gifts, including milk bones, rope tug toys and grooming sessions, that were part of the team’s recruitment of Fetch, the basketball-playing dog and a very good boy. Faced with these terrible allegations, Kentucky fans can’t help but wonder if Mr. Boots, the team’s basketball-playing pig, was also recruited unfairly. How devastating for them!
When University of Alabama freshman Jack Blankenship decided to buck the trend of waving giant celebrity face signs at Crimson Tide basketball games, he had no idea he was headed for Internet stardom. But when the natural-born prankster started waving around a giant sign of his own face, which was also making the same weird face as his real face underneath … well, it certainly didn’t take long for Jack’s antics to catch the attention of the game’s announcers, then the local media and now the entire Internet. Well done, sir! Bravo!
BREAKING NEWS: Following his second Super Bowl win, Giants quarterback Eli Manning asks his dad if he can finally stop playing football now … (click on the second image below to play the video)
And here’s the video segment detailing this shocking new development:
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When the world as we know it finally comes to an end, only the owners of a certain kind of pickup truck are able to survive the apocalyptic destruction …
Check out some of the most exciting highlights from this year’s Puppy Bowl, which was held at the Animal Planet Stadium. And what a thrilling match it was!