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Young Royals Fan Goes Full George Costanza, Eats Ice Cream the Right Way

A young Kansas City Royals fan channeled his inner George Costanza while enjoying some ice cream Tuesday night. During the Royals' game against the Detroit Tigers, cameras caught up with the young fan eating ice cream the way it should be eaten: with no regrets. Show More Summary

Where Would the Houston Astros Be Today If They Never Left the NL?

There will be a great many stories to tell about the 2015 MLB season, including the story of how the Houston Astros at last settled into their new home. It was in 2013 when the Astros jumped from the National League Central to the American League West, thus bringing about an overdue balance between the two leagues. Show 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

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

4 juniors ready to rule college basketball in 2015-16

Providence Kris Dunn and Notre Dame's Demetrius Jackson lead a strong crop of juniors. NBC Sports' Scott Phillips joined me to talk about the top juniors in the country. Previously: Freshmen Sophomores More words below: PG Kris DunnShow More Summary

How ready is Nebraska's rebuild? BYU will put it to an immediate test.

The remodeling Cornhuskers definitely do not get into ease into Mike Riley's first schedule. Week one opponents Nebraska and BYU (September 5 at 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC) are pretty comparable programs at this point. Both rely on casting a wide net in recruiting, as neither is in a state that produces a ton of elite talent. Show More Summary

Shane Victorino crashed into and broke the dang outfield wall in Oakland

An outfielder crashing into and breaking a wall is not a new phenomenon in baseball. White Sox minor leaguer Rodney McCray is probably the most famous example, but it's happened on multiple occasions. Typically it happens in minor league parks with low budget walls, not in fancy Major League parks worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Show More Summary

Cuban Baseball Player Wants a Tryout with Dodgers, Camps Outside of Stadium

Cuban baseball player Loah Linares wants a tryout with the Los Angeles Dodgers so badly that he is willing to camp outside of Dodger Stadium until he gets one. According to Adrienne Bankert of ABC 7, Linares has been sleeping outside of the stadium for 18 days now. Show More Summary

It's hard to be right about college football. It's even harder to be this wrong.

Easy Call will be back for a new season starting Sept. 1 and will have new episodes every Tuesday [with cool new stuff]. We might even get some picks right this time. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

Why you should be excited about 130 college football teams in 2015

It's time for college football, and YOUR TEAM is going to have a great year! Here's why every fan of every team should be happy about the upcoming season! Air Force: The Falcons went from two wins in 2013 to 10 wins in 2014, so they're...Show More Summary

The 1980s were the NBA's best decade

Beyond, Magic, Bird and Michael Jordan, the best basketball the NBA ever produced was played during the 1980s. What you like when you were growing up will survive in your memory long after everyone else has exposed its flaws and written its obituary. Show More Summary

A surprise coach firing and a thrilling upset already? COLLEGE FOOTBALL IS BACK

Good morning. It's your wakeup roundup of college football stuff. Illinois fired its head football coach, Tim Beckman. This wouldn't be a shock, especially since he's been accused of mishandling player injuries, except the season is starting, uh, now. Show More Summary

Fan Creates Mashup of 'Perfect Strangers' and the Chicago Cubs

Major League Baseball and '90s sitcoms go together like peanut butter and jelly, or something like that. Presumably drawing inspiration from the San Francisco Giants' rendition of the Full House theme song and another compilation ofShow More Summary

Google denies it is working to erase college football history

You're a sophisticated Internet user, so you've probably visited You're also a sports fan, so you may have used that site to search for a football team's upcoming season schedule. When you do, Google accommodates youShow More Summary

Ken Griffey Jr. Recreates 1989 Rookie Card in Macklemore's 'Downtown' Video

Seattle native Macklemore just gave Seattle Mariners fans—and all baseball fans—a huge dose of nostalgia. For their "Downtown" music video, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis got retired slugger Ken Griffey Jr. to recreate his 1989 rookie card photo. Show More Summary

Darryl Dawkins was too strong and too funky for our basketball world

Wishing Chocolate Thunder a pleasant journey back to his home world, Planet Lovetron. Darryl Dawkins died at the age of 58 Thursday in Pennsylvania. There is no official cause of death, but it was sudden: Wednesday he was tweeting about...Show More Summary

Dartmouth's invincible football robot is good but probably capable of evil

Dartmouth's football team has welcomed a new teammate and entry in the coming robot wars: remote-controlled, foam-encased robotic dummies. Built by the Dartmouth engineering school, the "Mobile Virtual Player" -- MVP! Get it? -- is designed...Show More Summary

This Madden 16 glitch might not be safe for work

Forever we have celebrated big sports plays by mimicking war — end zone bombs, violent spikes, the classic video game franchise NFL Blitz. Now, perhaps thanks to the Supreme Court, we can celebrate by mimicking love. [NSFW] Madden 16, rated M for Mature. Show More Summary

Jim Harbaugh mistook Michael Jordan for a prank caller

"Come oooon!" Two weeks ago, it was announced that Michigan's football team would be wearing Michael Jordan's "Jumpman" logo on their uniforms as part of their deal with Nike. Apparently, during the negotiation phase, Michael Jordan personally called Jim Harbaugh to let him know about the deal. Show More Summary

Jordan Spieth harnessed the power of Jim Mora to give everyone a friendly playoff reminder

The mobile app Dubsmash has been making the rounds on social media in recent weeks, especially with celebrities. That's how Aaron Rodgers and Olivia Munn made these silly karaoke videos, and how John Cena and Nikki Bella changed the meaning of "Let It Go." Now it's Jordan Spieth's turn, but he didn't make a karaoke video. Show More Summary

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