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Senior Ronnie Stanley returns Notre Dame to NFL relevancy

After Ohio State, no team may make a bigger impact on the 2016 draft than the Irish. After the powerhouse that is Ohio State, no single college football team will have an imprint on the 2016 NFL Draft as much as Notre Dame. That imprint begins in a big way with left tackle Ronnie Stanley. Show More Summary

Vince Wilfork is wearing overalls and not much else at Texans practice

Vince Wilfork, frequently hilarious dude, is a member of the Houston Texans. The Houston Texans are being featured on HBO's Hard Knocks this year. Obviously that was going to add up to something even more awesome than bubbling shoes eventually. Aaaand there it is. Show More Summary

20,000 tickets still available for North Carolina-South Carolina opener

Shockingly, there's not much demand for $70 tickets to see two mediocre teams. Thursday night's season opening matchup between North Carolina and South Carolina, being played at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium, is 20,000 ticketsShow More Summary

Harbaugh debut highlights Week 1 picks, locks, and surprises

It's here! Ty and Dan welcome in week one of the 2015 season by talking actual football matchups (!), which include, but aren't limited to a bevy of neutral site blockbusters. Subscribe to The Solid Verbal:>iTunes | RSS Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | SoundCloud

Kansas City Royals fan devours his ice cream all over his little face

This little boy just crushed his ice cream Kansas City Royals little fan, get your ice cream cone eating on. Three words for you: Treat. Yo. Self. http://t.co/jfPl29dP9z pic.twitter.com/jXgBN96WKJ — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) September 2, 2015 Just like the rest of the American League Central against the Royals, that ice cream never had a chance.

Sony changed aspects of 'Concussion' to avoid 'kicking the hornet’s nest' of the NFL

Sony Pictures is scheduled to release a new movie called Concussion in December, and it will focus on how chronic brain injuries from football affect players and even lead to early death. Based on it's premise, the NFL is probably not going to be a big fan of the movie. Show More Summary

Nick Kyrgios is whiffing on shots and losing his racket at the US Open

The unpredictable, young Australian added to his must see highlight reel. Whether for good or bad, entertaining or insane, Nick Kyrgios has established himself as a must see in tennis. And during the first set of his US Open first round...Show More Summary

Boise State, Virginia Tech and the vicious lurking teams

Ty and Dan walk through their “Tier 4? teams and discuss Louisville as a ACC sleeper, Boise State’s nastiness, Al Golden’s hot seat, Wisconsin’s jet-puffed schedule, Frank Beamer’s Eight-Win Bed, and much more. Subscribe to The Solid Verbal: iTunes | RSS Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | SoundCloud

These are the minds shaping 2015's best college football schemes

Dan hosts Smart Football’s Chris B. Brown and Fox Sports’s Joel Klatt to talk about the nation's brightest defensive minds, new QBs, evolving systems, and how to properly gauge teams. Subscribe to The Solid Verbal: iTunes | RSS Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | SoundCloud

Rockies turn a super casual triple play like it was nothing

A triple play can be the most exciting play in baseball. Not only for the rarity, but because they typically come with frantic action. A diving play, a race to a base with balls and runners scattering around the diamond. The RockiesShow More Summary

If RG3 is lucky he’ll never have to play football for Washington again

Doesn't really seem like anyone can disagree with Troy Aikman's assertion that Washington is more dysfunctional than even the Kardashians. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

5-star guard Malik Monk cuts list to 6, sets official visits

Monk has scheduled four official visits this fall. Dynamic 6'3 guard Malik Monk is one of the most sought after players in the class of 2016, and on Tuesday night he announced his final list of college choices. Monk is considering Oregon, Kansas, Kentucky, Arkansas, North Carolina and Florida State, according to Jon Rothstein of CBS. Show More Summary

5-star PG Frank Jackson commits to Duke, gives Coach K another terrifying recruiting class

Jackson joins elite wing Jayson Tatum in what's shaping up to be another powerful recruiting class for Duke. A year ago at this time, Frank Jackson seemed determined to wait until the 2018-19 season to make his debut in college basketball. Show More Summary

Victoria Azarenka disses umpire by saying she sucked at tennis

The WTA star had another, memorable blowup with an umpire. Victoria Azarenka is one of the most fiery personalities in tennis, and during her first round win at the US Open Tuesday afternoon, she let the poor chair umpire have it during...Show More Summary

Why you should bet against Ohio State and Texas A&M in Week 1

Let's pick week one's biggest games - Alabama-Wisconsin, Virginia Tech-Ohio State, Louisville-Auburn, Texas-Notre Dame, and Arizona State-Texas A&M - against the spread. Oh and let's also learn how to make perfect brisket tacos fromShow More Summary

Jason Day's 3-year-old son hitting golf balls is adorable and impressive

It's no secret that Dash Day is an adorable sports kid, but apparently he's also a pretty good golfer already. As always, this guy trumps anything else we do in life. #dashday @JDayGolf pic.twitter.com/c56ZnSibXw — Ellie Day (@ellielaneday)...Show More Summary

T-Pain sang the national anthem at a Dodgers game -- without Auto-Tune! -- and it was BEAUTIFUL

Did you know that T-Pain could sing without Auto-Tune? Did you know that he could sing WONDERFULLY without Auto-Tune? At first, hearing that T-Pain was singing the national anthem at a Dodgers-Giants game, you might expect something not-so-great. Show More Summary

Mariners rookie Tony Zych will be lowest-ranked player alphabetically in MLB history

From Aardsma to Zych, the new saying goes. Big news out of Seattle: #Mariners recall OF Stefen Romero & Jose Ramirez from AAA Tacoma; select INF Shawn O'Malley & RHP Tony Zych from AAA. — MarinersPR (@MarinersPR) September 1, 2015 Tony Zych is now the last player, alphabetically, in MLB history. Show More Summary

Andrew Wiggins keeps dunking on everyone at the FIBA Americas tournament

WIGGINS pic.twitter.com/kx6oCGfixl — Zach Harper (@talkhoops) September 1, 2015 Andrew Wiggins is the future of Canadian basketball, and if the early returns are any indiction, his reign of power will include more than a few facial dunks. Show More Summary

When the Chiefs aren't playing football, they're playing Mario Kart like a bunch of kids at a sleepover

THIS IS HOW OUR DEFENSE GETS DOWN WHEN WE ARE NOT ON THE FIELD @jhouston50 @stunt4president @habdullah39 @superdj56 #familyfirst #SQUADUP #CHIEFSKINGDOM #trainingcamp #donkeykong #nintendosomthing A video posted by Tamba Hali (@tambahali)...Show More Summary

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