Ohio State coach absolutely destroys a fan who ran onto the field

Sep 28, 2014 By Abraham 1

Everyone knows that if you jump out of the stands at a sporting event and run onto the field, you’re going to get tackled and hauled off. Usually the tackling is done by security, but in this case Ohio State’s strength and conditioning coach got to the trespasser first.

And he was not happy that someone was interrupting his playtime.

It will come as no surprise that you don’t want to confront a man whose only job is to make big, scary men better at knocking over other big, scary men…

5-year-old does 20 90-degree pushups (like handstand pushups…but 100 times harder)

Sep 25, 2014 By Abraham 2

To complete a 90-degree pushup, you need to balance your body parallel to the floor on two hands and then push backward and up into a handstand. Now bring yourself back down and repeat.

Being able to do just one would say a lot about your balance and strength. This kid can do 20…

The most expensive regular season baseball game ever is happening tomorrow

Sep 24, 2014 By Joey White 0

If you’re looking to watch the New York Yankees take on the Baltimore Orioles Thursday night, you’ll have to shell out a lot more money than the face value of the ticket you’re buying. A lot more.

The game will be Derek Jeter’s last regular season game in Yankee Stadium as the 20-year veteran retires at the end of this year and the Yankees are all but officially eliminated from the playoffs.

As a sign of the impact Jeter has had on the ball club and the respect he has among his fans, look at how much tickets for his final game are going for on the second market site StubHub

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The cheapest ticket you’ll find at the moment is for $332, and you’ll be sitting in the bleachers with this obstructed view. Oh, and you’ll be with a bunch of strangers since this is a single ticket, not a pair…

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High school rallies around student who lost his mom to cancer in emotional show of support

Sep 23, 2014 By Joey White 1

When 17-year-old Dandric Piolet returned home from school last Thursday, he discovered that his mother had lost her battle with cancer. The Garland High School senior posted a note to his friends on Instagram, saying,

“Just letting this all sink in right now. Coming home and finding the woman who breaks her back and struggles day to day to take care of me dead.”

The next day, Dandric insisted on attending school. While he craved a return to normalcy, life was anything but normal as he grieved the loss of his mother who raised five boys by herself.

Fortunately, Dandric was far from alone. A student tweeted this photo of the hall full of students surrounding him in support…

Garland High School

As the captain of his football team, Dandric wasn’t about to miss a big game that night in a sport his mother, Tasha, loved to watch. Fans of Garland’s opponent, Naaman Forest, even painted Dandric’s number 42 on their backs as a show of support.

This story from FOX 4 helps capture some of the emotion of that day, where an entire community wrapped their arms around a young man during his darkest moment…

(via Uplifting News)

Entire kids football team adorably leveled by a banner. The cheerleader’s response is hilarious…

Sep 23, 2014 By Abraham 0

After their first home win this season, this team of 6- and 7-year-olds were going to celebrate by charging through a banner like they see the big kids do at high school games. Like most breakaway banners intended for this tradition, their banner was made of vinyl in two parts, connected by velcro.

It turns out they weren’t quite heavy enough to split that velcro seam, however. But that’s not even the funniest part. Check out the little cheerleader’s wonderfully incongruous reaction to the debacle…

NFL star Tom Brady’s college résumé shows a promising future…in finance

Sep 18, 2014 By Joey White 0

Tom Brady has been one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks over the course of 15 seasons with the New England Patriots. During the 2000 draft, though, he fell to the 6th round and wasn’t sure if anyone would pick him or if he’d be able to make a team even if he was picked.

So, the University of Michigan alumnus did what most other new college graduates do and created a résumé.

Today, Brady posted that résumé to his Facebook page, giving us a look at a young man ready to take on the world of finance with a fairly straightforward résumé, just with a few experiences that are rather unique…

Tom Bradys Resume