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When most post-college guys get drunk, they make booty calls; others decide to file for the NBA Draft despite never having played college basketball. That's the case of one Hoboken, N.J. resident who graduated from the University of Miami in 2010. According to his post on Reddit, he decided to declare hims
Texas-born Kacey Musgravesis a 24-year-old country music artist whose first full-length recording, 'Same Trailer, Different Park,' just dropped in March. The album debuted at No.2 on the Billboard charts. Her firs
In the most glaring example of a lack of marketing creativity and out of obvious desire for a paid name sponsor, the new four-team college football playoff system that is replacing the Bowl Championship Series will be called the
Tony Siragusa played 12 seasons in the NFL before starting a career as a Fox sideline reporter and host of DIY network's "Man Caves." Now he's "training guys who leak a little" as the, um, face of Depend Guards
NASCAR's roots are in the American South. Before its expansion over the past two decades, the racing circuit was thought of as a regional sport, one with a great deal in common with country music. In 1985, some of the biggest names i
Adam Scott birdied the second playoff hole to beat Angel Cabrera and win the 2013 Masters at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia on Sunday. In winning his first-ever major, Scott became the first Australian ever to win the Masters
It's cool for a guy to take his girlfriend to WrestleMania, right? Sure, unless that same guy has a wife, then things get complicated. For instance, that guy's wife could show up at WrestleMania with a sign calling him out for cheating and giving his section, row and seat number. Oof.
The woman in the photo above held a sign and wore a T-shirt calling out her husband for cheating and dub
Reserve guard Luke Hancock scored 22 points, including making all five of his 3-point shot attempts, as Louisville beat Michigan, 82-76, in the 2013 NCAA basketball championship in Atlanta on Monday night
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