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Meet Shelby Osborne, college football's first female defensive back

Shelby Osborne will be attending Campbellsville University in Kentucky next year to play football. She answered SB Nation's questions about how she got into football, her recruiting process and what she expects in her first season of...Show More Summary

Watch Snoop Dogg (in a Hartford Whalers sweater) rap with PSY

Oppan Whalers style! Here is Snoop Dogg on Jimmy Kimmel. Looking sharp! Cue "Brass Bonanza." RT @cjzero: Snoop Dogg wearing a Hartford Whalers sweater on Jimmy Kimmel with Psy — Cindy Boren (@CindyBoren) June...Show More Summary

Watch John Oliver accurately describe the plight of every sports fan on the planet

1. John Oliver's gotten really, really good at his job really, really quickly. Everyone will watch this today, and then share it on your social media platform of choice with "WATCH JOHN OLIVER SHRED FIFA LOL", and you'll miss the central and most painful point of this. Show More Summary

2014 FedEx St. Jude Classic results: Ben Crane wins, Phil Mickelson struggles in final round

An ugly weather week in Memphis ends with Ben Crane finishing it off on Sunday at the St. Jude Classic. It wasn't especially pretty in the final round, but Ben Crane pulled off a wire-to-wire win in Memphis to take the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Show More Summary

MLB Draft 2014: Final Analysis of Team-by-Team Grades for Overall Results

Three days, 40 rounds and 1,215 picks later, the 2014 MLB first-year player draft is in the books. Perhaps the grueling longevity causes the MLB amateur draft to take a distant backseat to the NFL and NBA selection processes. There's...Show More Summary

Landry Fields is Lionel Richie and Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias and Nicki Minaj

Landry Fields is the master of disguise. So,  there's a show these days on ABC called Sing Your Face Off. It's a take on a European show, and it involves moderately famous people impersonating very famous singers and performing in front of moderately famous judges. Show More Summary

'Old man game' is real, and it's all over the NBA Finals

The 2014 NBA Finals give us the opportunity to watch three future Hall of Famers show us what having an "old man game" is truly all about. I remember the first time I heard someone describe someone else's style of play as having "an old man's game." I couldn't tell if it was they were being complimentary or throwing shade. Show More Summary

Quotable: Reactions to a four-day draft, Doug Martin trade rumors, and Motown serenades

It's NFL Silly Season, all right. Read on for more on changes to the NFL Draft, weird Doug Martin trade rumors, Arian Foster serenading Andre Johnson with the sweet sounds of soul, and more! If you liked the endless buildup to a three-day NFL Draft, you're going to LOVE the league's plans for next season. Show More Summary

World Cup of Cars 2014: America's chance for international glory

The world's greatest tournament decided by automotive aptitude (and bad ass looking cars). Every four years, soccer fans around the world join together in one of the most revered traditions in sports: wondering why the U.S. isn't better at soccer. Show More Summary

Yankees' Mark Teixeira Has a Hilarious Fake Talk Show

New York Yankees star Mark Teixeira has his own talk show that is both awkward and hilarious. The show starring the first baseman appears on Yankees broadcasts and on the YES Network YouTube channel. There have been three episodes so far, and they are all well worth your time. [YES Network, h/t MLB] Read more MLB news on

How No. 1 prospect Thon Maker can fast-track path to stardom

The best player in the class of 2016 would likely be the best player in the class of 2015, too. Will Thon Maker skip of year of high school and reclassify? Thon Maker can't help it if he already seems like more of a myth than a man.Show More Summary

Spencer Adams: Prospect Profile for Chicago White Sox 2nd-Round Pick

Player: Spencer Adams Drafted by: Chicago White Sox Position: RHP DOB: 04/13/1996 (Age: 18) Height/Weight: 6’4”, 180 pounds Bats/Throws: R/R School: White County High School (Ga.) College Commitment: Georgia Background A three-sport standout at White County High School, Spencer Adams was previously known for his dunking prowess. Show More Summary

"Wimpy Goat" may or may not be sports

At the very least, there's room for debate. .embed-container {position: relative; padding-bottom: 100%; height: 0; overflow: hidden;}.embed-container iframe,.embed-container object,.embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } We understand all this. Show More Summary

2014 Baseball Draft: Prospects That Will Be Surefire Stars in Major Leagues

While the MLB draft normally doesn't draw as much attention in the sports community as both the NBA and NFL drafts, its importance can't be overstated for teams on the rise. A full selection process much longer than the seven rounds of the NFL draft or 60 picks in the NBA draft will take place, but the first round is still tremendously crucial. Show More Summary

Dan Girardi needs to be better for the New York Rangers

A disappointing playoff performance hit rock bottom for Dan Girardi in overtime of Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Just before the NHL trade deadline, the New York Rangers faced two major decisions to make regarding two of their top...Show More Summary

A brief history of the World Cup opening ceremony

Flags! Balloons! Schoolchildren! Welcome to the World Cup! Before the soccer, the opening ceremony. Though not quite as much of a cultural institution as their Olympic counterparts, the World Cup's opening ceremonies have been quietly expanding in size, importance and grandiosity over the years. Show More Summary

NFL players in contract years who could cash in

Big names are heading into contract years, including Brian Orakpo, Jake Locker and Jason Pierre-Paul. Who stands to gain or lose the most from the 2014 season? Contract years must be a terrifying thing for NFL players. In exchange for...Show More Summary

The big Aaron Gordon scouting report: The NBA Draft's 5-tool prospect

The former Arizona forward can do a little bit of everything, but has one potentially fatal flaw. Is that package enough to be a high lottery pick? Aaron Gordon is basketball's version of a five-tool player. He's a versatile forward who can play multiple different roles on both ends of the floor. Show More Summary

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