Four of the participant's at Saturday's soapbox derby in Providence. :: AP
An estimated 50,000 spectators were on hand last Saturday to witness The Numerator 2.0 dominate Brown's annual soap box derby. The winning car -- which was shaped like a calculator -- was operated by a group of students from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.
Forget declining graduation rates, increasing cost of operations and the problems that plague other major schools. Princeton has a bigger issue on its hands -- public urination.
We don't really understand the Souljah Boy phenomenon, but this is definitely the best version we've seen yet. And this is the worst.
Jalen's Last Laugh
Jalen Rose's homage to the Fab Five. :: AP
Jalen Rose felt like the University of Michigan was ignoring the accomplishments of the Fab Five, so he did what any former NBA star with too much money on his hands would do: He put up a billboard to honor them.
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We could tell you about P Diddyfacing assault charges after reportedly punching some guy in the face last weekend, but we decided to go with something more positive: NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams will be hosting Saturday Night Live next month.
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Mike Hart for Heisman!
We also heard he cured cancer and found Osama bin Laden, but that didn't make its way onto this video.
Watch Your Mouth!
Auburn defensive coordinator Will Muschamp gets his team fired up (Warning: swearing is involved).
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