You might've heard last how Washington State fans last week emptied a plane of its liquor on a flight to Vegas. From what we can see, the fun continued at Sam Boyd Stadium where there was this handjob photobomb. Also, need a beer at Ohio State? Freebies for the ladies. Oh, and there's a guy who will vote for Obama if South Carolina loses. They didn't. Football - 2012! JUMP!
Talk about wearing your emotions on your sleeve. This South Carolina trainer made her thoughts very clear as WR Bruce Ellington walked by her in nothing but his undershirt. She looked him up and down more than once, and as he passed by, a big smile formed on her face. Ellington had a strong game, with 5 catches for 98 yards, before a shoulder injury sidelined him for the rest of the game, so she could've been admiring his on-field effort...right? JUMP!
It's that time of year again. The 2013 calendar's are rolling out left and right and UFC ring girl Arianny Celeste isn't going to disappoint. She released a behind-the-scenes video from her Miami, Florida shoot and...well let's just say we pre-ordered the calendar. In the video, Arianny looks incredible, especially when she is in the sauna rocking only a skimpy white towel. We pulled 14 of the sexiest screen grabs from the behind the scenes video...you won't want to miss these. JUMP!
The Big 12 is off to a solid start this season. New conference member West Virginia has been steamrolling opponents and quarterback Geno Smith has as many incomplete passes as he does touchdowns (9). Aside from WVU, teams like Texas, Oklahoma and TCU are all off to strong 2012 campaigns. Also off to a strong 2012 is the poon of the Big 12. The lady Longhorns are doing Texas proud. Also making a statement is a Sooners fan Hooters waitress! JUMP!
You know how HBO's Hard Knocks is on its last legs, thanks to NFL teams staying away from allowing cameras around their training camp? Yeah, well the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Making The Team is in its seventh season and going strong on Country Music Television. This week, the DCC was rocked by a naked photo scandal. Coaches had to call in Carla Ann to confront her over naked cellphone pics that her old boyfriend sent to the team. JUMP!
Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at work look like a tool on a daily basis? Does your dog lick his balls in an odd fashion? Is your neighbor working on some sort of outer space vehicle behind his shed? We want your WTF photos. Email us: email@example.com
The #14 ranked Texas Longhorns rolled into Oxford, Mississippi on Saturday and laid the wood on the Rebels, winning 66-31. By now Ole Miss fans must be used to it, but at least one guy got his 15-seconds of fame on Saturday. Apparently fed up with the showing by Ole Miss, this frat bro took off ran out to 25-yard-line and gave the crowd a bare-ass mooning! Soon after the bro was destroyed by two security guards. JUMP!
Is there a worse football fan base than Patriots fans? Obviously the Raiders are in the running, but Patriots fans are a different kind of awful. Just snobby, entitled d-bags. Yesterday is a perfect example. Kicker Stephen Gostkowski missed a 42-yard field goal, causing the Pats to lose to the lowly Cardinals at home. Gostkowski has been one of the most reliable kickers in recent history and all that went out the door. Death threats! Rape threats! Twitter lost it! JUMP!
In case you were still passed out or tailgating Saturday morning, Tom Rinaldi's piece on GameDay didn't revolve around a dead person or someone who will die within days. Rinaldi actually investigated Derek Dooley's orange pants. It was your typical Rinaldi piece with great writing, sappy clichés, moving metaphors, etc. Then, at the end of the piece Rinaldi was wearing orange pants. Then, he wore the pants straight to the airport. JUMP!
Via: State excise officers were out in full force this past weekend in Bloomington, Ind., arresting 188 individuals, more than 100 of which were arrested during the Ball State and IU football game. Saturday officers arrested 110 people on 129 charges at Memorial Stadium. An addition 10 people were arrested on 12 charges after the game, eight of which were minors. As for the real tailgating, that was up against a Ford F-150 (via @IUWonka).
Remember the Raiders home opener against the Chargers where fans were brawling in the first row? Yes, the same game where the sheriff said fan violence was about normal for a Raiders game. Yeah, well, it wasn't too safe. Fans were actually fighting in at least one bathroom, as seen in this video that was just uploaded on Sunday, showing us all the fun. The best part: the fight is in beautiful 1080p HD! Think there's any piss on that floor? JUMP!
• NSFW stadium sex at Yankees Stadium • The missed FG in the Pats-Cardinals game • Bama Nation trolling Tebow with these tissues • UCLA Cheerleaders: Pick favorite from Sat.'s gm • Tony Stewart grabbing Kevin Harvick's wife's ass • 46 Hot Mexicans For Mexican Independence Day • NSFW: The Topless Kate Middleton PHOTOS • Malin Akerman with all sorts of cleav-slaw
What did we learn this weekend in the NFL? The Saints most likely won't make the playoffs, Bob Kraft didn't think his kicker would miss that gimme, Tony Romo can't win in Seattle and the Jets probably weren't a good fit for Tim Tebow. One carry for 22 yards? In NASCAR news, last week a woman gave birth in a New Hampshire NASCAR track parking lot. As a reward, the track has given the baby tickets to races for life. Let's get rolling!
The Minnesota Vikings were getting dominated by the Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck. It was 4th and 4 in the red zone when the Vikings decided to go for it late in the fourth quarter. Percy Harvin and Adrian Peterson weren't even on the field. Christian Ponder chucked up a pass that was tipped by another player and landed in the hands of Stephen Burton. Unbelievable. Can Minnesota come back and take down the Colts? JUMP!
While the Houston Texans took on the Jacksonville Jaguars, a run by Ben Tate was called a touchdown on the field and then overturned. It looked pretty obvious that Tate was in the end zone. Arian Foster ended up getting the touchdown and it didn't matter for the team but it matters for those of us who play fantasy football. I'll take those points from Arian Foster. JUMP!
How long has it been since ESPN GameDay has been to the University of Tennessee? Oh, just 8 years. The last visit was a 2004 game when Auburn whooped the Vols 30-10. Worse yet, Tennessee hasn't won a GameDay featured matchup since 2001 (beat Florida 34-32). The Vols are 2-5 at home when GameDay visits. Shall we stop? Florida is 5-1 against UT on GameDay. You get the point. If you see a sign, screencap it and tweet at us @bustedcoverage. JUMP!