Just in time for Christmas.
The most wholesome guy on the entire planet, Tim Tebow, was in one of the most depraved places on earth yesterday. Baby Jesus was in Sin City, where he did... probably exactly what you think he would have done. In other words, the complete opposite of what we would have done. Here are the details of Tebow's Vegas jaunt and a little food for thought for Churchy. Check it!
The Oregon Ducks are slinging the helmets they wore in the Rose Bowl online and you can have one for just $1,000. Seems like a great investment, huh? Actually, the helmets are authentic, but they've never been worn by anyone, so we don't really know what kind of investment they are. Some nutjobs seem to be into them though. There were reportedly three sold in the first hour. Go figure. Check it!
We've got New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez out and about with girlfriend Torrie Wilson. So what, you say? Well, first of all, they have matching bikes. Awww... isn't that cute! Second of all, ARod is fully decked out in Adidas gear and, well, last we checked, he was a paid endorser of Nike gear. Maybe he just ran out of Nike stuff. Maybe he doesn't care. Maybe he just thought no one would see him. All debatable. What isn't, is this photo. Check it!
Cake is delicious and so when you combine cake and sports you sometimes end up with something pretty cool. New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire recently received a pristine cake featuring his new Nikes, so we thought we go on the search for some cool sports-themed cakes, whether they're made for fans or given to some athlete to celebrate a birthday, we've got a full gallery of some pretty awesome sports cakes. Check it!
FIIIIIRRREEE! The Western New Mexico football team is one resilient bunch. After their team bus exploded while en route to play Fort Lewis College on Friday, the team got a new bus, new equipment, Nike threw in some cleats & they finished their trip and beat Fort Lewis anyway. No one was injured in the fire... except the bus. Check out the charred remains here.