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2015 NFL season recap in under 3 minutes

Recap the entire 2015 NFL Season in under 3 minutes with special guest, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube The NFL's endlessly long offseason is finally ending! Quite a bit happened in the league last season and this offseason. Show More Summary

Chart Party: Jeff Francoeur, my favorite worst baseball player

Jeff Francoeur's start was historically great, and the rest of his career has been historically not. But through it all, he remains. He is my favorite baseball player. Chart Party is researched, calculated, written, illustrated, produced, and narrated by me, Jon Bois. Show More Summary

AFC South Preview: Riding the Jagwagon all the way to 8 wins

The Uffsides crew previews all the relevant issues in the AFC South, including J.J. Watt's medical history, Tennessee's "exotic smashmouth" offense, kidney lacerations, prescription drug abuse, and the finest unlicensed law firm in Duval County. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

College football and lakes: 2 things Nick Saban can drive over without even looking

This is The Top Whatever, Spencer Hall's weekly ranking of only the college football teams that deserve to be ranked at this time. 1. ALABAMA Nick Saban, after beating USC 52-6, said, "We need to get more players that can play winning...Show More Summary

Maikel Jova's Death-Defying Journey to US a Success, Far from MLB Limelight

"I hate boats," Maikel Jova tells me. Then he smiles. We're sitting on plastic chairs an easy toss from the first base line at cozy Albert Park, adjacent to a playground and a maple-lined suburb. Jova has just finished batting practice. Show More Summary

Stanford's pass interference wasn't called, but it was a textbook takedown

This is probably not regulation. Trailing late in the first half against Stanford on Friday, Kansas State quarterback Jesse Ertz threw for receiver Byron Pringle in the Cardinal end zone. Defensive back Alijah Holder had some real blanket...Show More Summary

Barcelona cries poverty because they're mad Manchester United signed Paul Pogba

The system is clearly unfair to Barcelona, who can't compete financially with the big bad Premier League. Want Backheel Breakfast in your inbox? Sign up for the email version here. Premier League clubs spent a lot of money this summer. Show More Summary

AFC North preview: Which team can cheap-shot its way to the playoffs?

The Bengals lost two of their top three wide receivers to free agency. The Steelers have lost offensive weapons to suspension. The Ravens lost key players to injury. And the Browns just... lost. How will each team fare in 2016? It all depends on whether the Bengals dedicate their season to Harambe. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

13 thoughts on that Jessie Fleming GIF and her inevitable domination of women's college soccer

There's absolutely no reason that we should be watching Jessie Fleming play college soccer. Enjoy the results anyway. Here's the best soccer thing that happened over the weekend. It's Jessie Fleming of UCLA pulling one of the sickest moves you're ever going to see. Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade’s tragedy explains why athletes speak out, no matter the consequences

Terrible tragedies like the death of Wade’s cousin due to gun violence are powerful motivating factors, as they should be. On Thursday, Dwyane Wade appeared during an ESPN town hall about gun violence and athletes’ roles in helping to solve the issue. Show More Summary

What things will you get sick of hearing about this college football season?

Some of these narratives are kind of true. Some are just repeated a lot. Add yours in the comments! I hear these takes a’ comin’, they’re rollin’ round the bend. College football has lots of truisms that aren’t really true. This means some teams and leagues get too much credit, and others don’t get enough. Show More Summary

Angels' Albert Pujols Joins Top 10 of All-Time Home Runs List

Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols owns 583 career home runs, placing him 10th on the all-time list with two more than notorious slugger Mark McGwire (581), per Nicknamed "The Machine" for his yearly...Show More Summary

Joel Embiid blocked the hell out of this small kid

Nah, kid. NBA players swatting the crap out of kids’ hopes and hoop dreams never gets old. The latest incident: This kid tried to make a shot off Joel Embiid at the Sixers Beach Bash, and Embiid shut him down within a split-second. Embiid is way, way taller than this kid — 7 feet tall, and you can’t teach that — so this was to be expected. Show More Summary

NWSL Week 16 preview: The Olympics break is over and every game matters

It’s the first week of NWSL games post-Olympic break, but with a tight playoff race, some teams on the brink of elimination and others primed to clinch a postseason berth, don’t expect anyone to ease back into the season. Hello friends. Show More Summary

August 26 is apparently 'National Russell Westbrook Sings Taylor Swift Day'

Russell Westbrook may have started his own tradition. It was exactly one year ago that I wrote about Russell Westbrook attending a Taylor Swift concert and singing along to “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” It was totally innocuous and it was great seeing Westbrook be an unabashed Taylor Swift fan. T SWIFT...WAS ROCKINNNN LAST NIGHT!!.... Show More Summary

A minor league baseball game got delayed by a wandering sheep

Or maybe it was the sheep's grazing that was delayed by a baseball game. Your browser does not support iframes. Minor league baseball games have been delayed or canceled by weird mishaps before, such as a rabbit on the loose, a broken...Show More Summary

Renaming the City of Durant in Oklahoma is a really bad idea

Good morning. We have that and more in Friday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let’s basketball. REACHING ACROSS THE AISLE: This week John Wall and Bradley Beal told the world how tough it is to play with each other, giving Wizards fans some level of heartburn. Show More Summary

Should the Giants Be Worried About Suddenly Mortal Madison Bumgarner?

The second half of the season has not been kind to the San Francisco Giants, to put it mildly. Since the All-Star break, they've gone 11-25 with a minus-29 run differential and watched a 6.5-game lead over the archrival Los Angeles Dodgers evaporate into a three-game deficit. Show More Summary

NFC North preview: How many birds can the Vikings' stadium kill?

Last season the Vikings ended the Packers' streak of dominance in the NFC North. Minnesota will again be led by Adrian Peterson and excellent defense, but Aaron Rodgers should bounce back from a down season with the return of Jordy Nelson. The Bears and Lions are also expected to play this season. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

Teddy Bridgewater back at practice Tuesday, sleeper fantasy potential for 2016

The Vikings’ young quarterback returned to practice after sitting out the team’s second preseason game last Thursday. We explore the fantasy implications. Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater returned to practice for the team on Tuesday for the first time since August 16. Show More Summary

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