Sunday September 21st, 2014

NFL Notes 

Julian Edelman :: Getty Images

Drew Brees showed some fire after getting suplexed by Captain Munnerlyn ... ​All the points in the Patriots-Raiders game were scored by 'Kowskis' ... Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch injured his knee celebrating a sack ... Johnny Manziel scored on a great trick play but it was called back due to a penalty ... Andy Dalton hauled in his first career touchdown catch ... Seahawks cornerback DeShawn Shead proposed to his girlfriend on the field after the game ... Pats owner Bob Kraft is still waiting for Marky Mark to slap him five ... Cameron Heyward destroyed Joey Porter with a chest bump ... Rams tight end Jared Cook shoved QB Austin Davis after dropping a touchdown ... Brian Hartline had my favorite touchdown celebration of the day, with DeSean Jackson being a close second


College Football Notes

If you missed any of this weekend's college football action, I suggest you check out Martin Rickman's Between the Hashes and Andy Staples' Punt, Pass and Pork columns. My three top items from the weekend were Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu assisting a fan with his keg stand, this Florida fan's tattoo and the heroic save of Texas A&Ms mascot, Miss Rev.

Ryder Cup Note

The Ryder Cup kicks off tomorrow in Scotland and Rory McIlory thinks Rickie Fowler is key if the Americans want to claim victory. Fowler, meanwhile, prepared for the tournament by getting "USA" shaved into the side of his head.

Lovely Lady of the Day

Dennis from Detroit requested photos of Laura Vandervoort, who is celebrating her 30th birthday today. So Happy Birthday Laura, you are today's LLOD (click here for full-size gallery).

One Reason to Own Kings Season Tickets

Los Angeles Kings season ticket owners got a nice surprise with their tickets this year. The team also sent a small vial of ice from the series-clinching Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals as a thank you to fans.

MLB Hazing Pic of the Day

MLB Hazing Pic of the Day, Part 2

From the Vault

Patrick Swayze, Scott Baio, Maureen McCormick, Ron Palillo and Greg Bradford :: Getty Images

Scott Baio turned 54 today. In this photo, Baio poses with co-stars Patrick Swayze, Maureen McCormick (a.k.a. - Marcia Brady), Ron Palillo and Greg Bradford on the set of Skatetown U.S.A. in 1978. The movie, which capitalized on the short-lived roller disco fad, bombed at the box office but remains a bit of a cult hit. For more classic sports photos (with the occasional cheesy '70s movie thrown in), visit the SI Vault on Twitter.

Odds & Ends

Here is an LSU-themed coffin full of beer ... Le'Veon Bell became the first player in 20 years to have an81-yard run and not reach the endzone ... Michael Moody, the son of WWE Hall of Famer Paul Bearer, passed away ... Tom Brady trolled Raiders fans before yesterday's game ... Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are not happy with the latest nude photo leaks ... A former FIFA board member says Qatar will not host the 2022 World Cup ... Tom Coughlin has no idea what an iPod is ... Salon has a good piece on the tragic last night of Phil Hartman ... Fifteen things you didn't know about tipping ... Here's a plan to connect Manhattan and Brooklyn by gondola.

South Park Takes on Redskins Name Controversy

This ad ran during the fourth quarter of yesterday's Washington-Philadelphia game.

High School Football Player of the Week

Apollos Hester, wide receiver for the East View Patriots in Texas, gives an epic interview. I hope the WWE signs him at some point.

10 Biggest Hockey Hits of All Time

The NHL season is fast approaching, FYI.

A Pete Rose PSA

Hall of Very Good looks at the commercials of Pete Rose, including this 1976 ad for MLB.

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