Ottawa Senators head coach Paul MacLean had to coach yesterday’s game against the visiting Florida Panthers at Ottawa’s Scotiabank Place with his clone or evil twin looking over his shoulder.
I’m not sure what you’re going as for Halloween, but I’m pretty sure that your costume isn’t nearly as good as Josh Sundquist’s.
I’m just going to present this without comment so you can all have your own natural reaction to it.
If you won the Masters in Augusta, Georgia on a Sunday, what would you do immediately do the next night?
Pau Gasol is one of the hot names in this morning’s sports highlight cycle after last night’s brief disagreement with Chris Paul. Jerod found the act and react photos rather humorous, as he often does with pictures involving Gasol. So he decided to find the best of the best and create a gallery. Here is is.
Quarterbacks and coaches meet midfield after every game to exhibit sportsmanship by congratulating eachother and wishing eachother luck moving forward. Sometimes pictures are taken of these moments that make it seem like a little bit more might be about to go on.
Forget a Reds hat, newly-elected Baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin should be enshrined wearing this…
With some players, the question of what hat to wear in the Hall is a big one. It’s not with Larkin, who played his entire 19-year career with the Cincinnati Reds. But maybe the Hall of Fame should eschew a baseball cap for Larkin and instead induct him wearing this sublimely quintessential 90s outfit.
This image, found at a post entitled “11 Accidentally Dirty Baseball Pictures” just may be the funniest baseball photobomb ever caught on camera. (Also: a bonus picture of Randy Johnson about to do ungodly things to a pole!)
Falcons fans – at least four them anyway – have their struggling quarterback’s back, support that they manifest with quite possibly the lamest fan headgear in NFL history. Here are…the Iceheads!
As always, the @SI_Vault Twitter account is tweeting out compelling photos this morning (which is why you should be following them). Just a few moments ago, a pic of Matt Cassel and Todd Haley having a…discussion…was tweeted out that I found to be quite funny.
Some posts go up on MSF for the education, edification, or entertainment of our reader base at large. Other posts go up simply to entertain Amanda Lawson. This post is an example of the latter.
Great Moments in Newspaper Headline History: Why yes, those do indeed appear to be “succulent racks”
Well played intrepid, clever headline editor…(hat tip in your direction)…well played.
A FOX Sports slide declaring the Cavs “losers” for their NBA draft haul was accompanied by this pic, and I swear that my split second, knee-jerk reaction to seeing it was, “Who the hell is the middle schooler on the left?”
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has never been reluctant to share strong opinions, a trait he clearly had early on in his NBA career.
Introducing Bat Catching, Red Stripe Drinking Mitch Davie – Early Nominee for 2011 Sports Fan of the Year
This post quickly recognizes Mitch Davie, the subject of one of the most incredible action pics of a sports fan I’ve ever seen, and an early nominee for 2011 Sports Fan of the Year.