Nice highlight reel of Allen Iverson playing Basketball Football.Â Apparently he was better than Mike Vick in high school.Â Too bad he played basketball he would have been awsome to watch.Â He also holds the state record for INTS in a game, with 7.Â Pretty Crazy.
This commercial just gets me excited about Big Ten Football. Â It really gets Joe Pa excited too. Â At least watch the end when Joe Paterno says come to Penn State. Â But if you have to choose, don’t go to Penn State, go to Iowa! GO HAWKS!
Here it is, hopefully it stays up!Â LBJ gets dunked on by Xavier’s Jordan Crawford.Â In my opinion it’s really not a huge dunk. So Lebron should have never confinscated the videos to begin with.Â He really made this a huge PR mess.Â If he was smart he would make it into a commercial by …
Classic Video of the Detroit Lions Former QB Dan Orlovsky as he runs in to the endzone.Â For a Safety, not a touchdown.Â He is now with the Houstan Texans.Â Hopefully Matt Schaub doesn’t get hurt, because your two backups are Dan Orlovsky and Rex Grossman. Good Luck Texans!
Here is a classic highlight of the Baltimore Ravens’ Ed Reed.Â This highlight is from when he played for the Miami Hurricanes, Reed runs one back for a TD in the Miami Hurricanes vs. Boston College game in 2001.
Sorry Everyone, looks like they took it down. Â Hope everyone caught it while it was up! Â If they were smart they would have just stuck an ad in front of it and called it good. Â They would probably gain more fans out of it, and more buzz about UFC. Video of the Day! Â Found this …
In honor of Greg Maddux’s number being retired by theÂ AtlantaÂ Braves we thought we would dedicate our daily video to a classic Nike commercial, “Chicks Dig the Long Ball”. Â Enjoy.
As we approach the 1 year anniversary of legendary announcer Skip Caray’s death I think it is fitting we share his most famous call from the 1992 National League Championship series. “A lotta room in right-center, if he hits one there we can dance in the streets. The 2-1. Swung, line drive left field! One …
If only there were no fines in the NFL for celebrations.
Edwin Baptiste of Morgan State Know of a better catch?Â Send it to us.
Is this the greatest finish ever? November 20, 1982: Stanford has a 20-19 lead with 4 seconds left. Cal uses five lateral passes to return the ensuing kickoff for the winning TD…with the band on the field.