Friday November 21st, 2014

Luis Suarez has a new autobiography out and British bookstore chain Waterstones' Liverpool location has a clever reminder of Suarez's penchant for sinking his teeth into opponents displayed with the books.

Before heading to Barcelona over the summer, Suárez rose to prominence with his tremendous play for Liverpool, but it seems the team's fans are focused more on his biting into Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic and Italy's Giorgio Chiellini these days.

Michigan State puts fake fireplace on scoreboard

Suarez's World Cup biting incident resulted in a four-month ban from soccer for the striker, which ended in late October.

Brendan Maloy

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