Inspired by some amazing sports things I've seen in places most sports fans either don't or won't look.
Send this exact cake to any and every Longhorn fan.
Casey at the Bat, told through the use of Baseball Cards. Awesome. Photoshop can be used for good kids!
I'm a homer so this top 20 list gets linked here. I'm not even going to argue over the order. The guy included Andre Tippet and Bill Buckner, two towering figures from my childhood. Go read my post about Buckner, not a shameless plug, but because I actually think it is worth reading.
Some English last names came by as a result of people being labelled by the jobs they did. In the 21st century some people are going back to their roots and letting their names speak for themselves.
In Basketball a Big Man Dance-off is a fun time for all. Not at all like the point and laugh NFL version.
The Onion gives suggestions on how to save the Lions. They also have a wonderful poor Eli story.
Only two links per site, that's the rule. So I'll pass over Inflatable Ben Wallace, a football player accidentally punching his coach, and a 720 slam dunk for........Quidditch! Spot the geek.
The Pats need that Van Pelt karma to help them make the playoffs!
I did not get the Extreme Ironing calendar I wanted for Xmas this year. I hate you Santa.
Larry Walker and Darren Daulton. Oh my the 90's truly was a scary time.
A very belated link to what Seattle sports fans have to be thankful for.
See you in a Capital One Bowl Week. (A length of time that stretches for as long as is conveniently necessary.)
Sports from the point view from the guy that holds the clipboard for the guy that holds the clipboard.
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