October 12, 2012
A Call Werth Your Time
Jayson Werth :: Rob Carr/Getty Images

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Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth hit a game-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth inning against the Cardinals Thursday to force a Game 5 in Washington. The game gave us two of the most memorable sports photos you'll ever see -- the one above and this one of a young Nats fan. As for Werth's home run itself, here's a tremendous call by Washington radio play-by-play announcer Charlie Slowes.
Speaking Of Memorable Calls...
Here's an interesting one from a Ravenna (Ohio) high school football game after a miraculous touchdown throw.
Love These Quotes
Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's recently explained why he's not a nice guy during in-game interviews. He broke it down in as simple a way as possible. Said Popovich: "The quarter ends, you just got outscored by 12 points, they had eight offensive rebounds so the question will be 'You just got out-rebounded by X amount so what are you going to do about it?' I don't know. Am I going to make a trade during the timeout? I don't know."
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Maryse Ouellet :: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic
Former WWE Diva Maryse Ouellet is not wrestling anymore, but she's still modeling. Here's her latest work.
Let's Play The Feud
We always enjoy a good radio fight. Here's a ridiculous, yet amusing one between a Dallas radio host and a Batlimore Sun reporter over a false story about Tony Romo hanging up on writers during a conference call.
Babies Eating Lemons Video Of The Day
Four minutes of it, and it's simply outstanding.

Debate Video Of The Day
One of the things that happened during last week's presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was moderator Jim Lehrer getting trampled on by both men. Here's how the debate would've gone had Lehrer toughed up a bit.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day
Here is the latest installment of This Week in Unnecessary Censorship.

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