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The upcoming sequel to Anchorman is generating a lot of buzz. That might have to do with the fact that Will Ferrell is on one heck of a marketing tour. On December 5, he and co-star David Koechner will be guest hosts on ESPN's Sports Center. Here's a sneak preview of what to expect.
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They say quarterback is the most important position on the football field, but these two examples of high school quarterback plays show that "doing it all" is a major plus for your team. While neither of these two passers won their games, they did leave a lasting impression on their opponents and the internet. These players are just as prolific with their legs as they are with their arms!
When a Cleveland Browns fan encounters a Pittsburgh Steelers fan, how does one prove they are the biggest fan? By farting, of course! This video by JLE depicts exactly that as two total strangers (and sworn enemies) engage in a gassy showdown. Are you #fanenough?
This past weekend was a great weekend for college football. Auburn and Alabama, archrivals, played one another during the yearly Iron Bowl. It was a close game with a last possible second win for Auburn. The college town was ravaged after the game by enthusiastic fans. That's not snow. It's toilet paper.
When you watch a football game, how often do you think about what it takes to broadcast that game? In order to bring you the highlights, replays, sounds, and angles, these men and women have to do a lot. So, when you're watching the game on Thanksgiving, be thankful for those hardworking people.
Daniel Dennehy is the ultimate freestyle football champ. In fact, he keeps his soccer ball so close by at all times, you might think they are surgically attached to one another.
A fifth grade Bridgewater, Massachusetts football team is really a band of brothers. Their first grade waterboy was recently being picked on. To combat it, the boys did something remarkable.
High School Sports reporter David Amador got a little too close to the action. Standing in front of the break-through, David was soon face-to-face with an entire high school football team. Some of them aren't exactly small. After holding his ground, the inevitable trampling occurred.
Football is a game of field position, and one Arkansas high school coach is managing yardage with a unique approach. Coach Kevin Kelley has taken away punting from his team's game plan and uses statistics to back those practices. The coach does not believe in giving the ball back to the other team, so much so that he attempts onside kicks after nearly every score. Grantland highlights the unusual strategy and the coach behind it.
The Broncos face the Chiefs in what could be the game of the year in Week 11 of the NFL season. So, naturally, Broncos fans are getting hyped up about the upcoming matchup. One Denver rapper went as far as to make a music video on a song that he made for the game in which he mocks the Chiefs. The only issue is that he evidently doesn't know that Kansas City is not in Kansas, which essentially ruins the premise of his trash talk.
Sports announcing is a tough business. The folks at Above Average highlight the potential horrors of bad sports anchor auditions. Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharoah makes an appreance as a descriptive play-by-play man, who shares the same name as a famous writer.
Patrick Fish, the punter for the University of South Carolina, has some sweet moves, and even better hair. We just wish he would do this during an actual game to see if it worked.