Philadelphia Eagles fans are very excited about their big win over the Dallas Cowboys and clinching the NFC East title, but no one more than Mr. G. Watch the WPVI TV report:
A compilation of the best fan reactions to the last play of the Auburn vs. Alabama 2013 Iron Bowl game, aka the greatest ending in college football history:
An F1 cameraman was hit by Mark Webber’s flying tire during Sunday’s German Grand Prix. Webber was leaving his first pit stop at the Nürburgring when a tire came loose from his Red Bull car and hit TV cameraman Paul Allen, who didn’t see the tire coming towards him.
Christian Terrell, a 6’2″ basketball player from Providence High School in Jacksonville, Florida, throws down a monster dunk on an opposing defender.
Shawn Stefani hits the first-ever hole-in-one during a U.S. Open hosted at Merion Golf Club and the 43rd in U.S. Open history.
A baseball hit the mic of Fox Sports Wisconsin’s Sophia Minnaert while she was reporting from the Pirates-Brewers game yesterday.
A fan watching today’s 10th stage of the Giro D’Italia took a wrong step and ended up falling down the hill as the cyclists cruised past him. Hope he was OK – that was quite a drop.
Moldovan Goalkeeper Radu Mitu managed to score the worst own goal in football history on his debut. Mitu’s team Milsami-Ursidos were playing against Rapid Ghidighici on Saturday when the young keeper threw the ball into his own net. His team lost the Moldovan First Division match 2-1.
Russian linesman Musa Kadyrov was banned for life after punching and kicking a player during a match between Amkar Perm and Terek Grozny on Sunday. Kadyrov launched his vicious attack on 18-year-old Amkar left-back Ilya Krichmar after the referee blew the final whistle. Kadyrov said Krichmar had insulted him but the player denied the allegation.
Luis Suarez already apologized for biting Branislav Ivanovic’s arm during the Liverpool‘s 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, but I think this time the FA won’t let it slide. The footage speaks for itself: