And Now, Steve Johnson's Rap Debut

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Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson's rap debut is here and it's got all the football references you'd expect from a football guy rapping, including "she opened up her shirt like Cam New" and the oddly-appropriate-for-comparing-football-to-sex hashtag "lights out, Shawne Merriman".


Steve Johnson Eats Ass

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I don't want to be presumptuous, but is it safe to assume that a guy who orders, proudly displays and probably eats a birthday cake shaped like an enormous black lady-ass probably doesn't have healthy relationships with women.


Superman Almost Looked Like A Figure Skater (Now With Video)


Last month we posted thankfully didn't finish.


College Football Fans Love Rap Music

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If you’re anything like me, you’ve got multiple restraining orders against Victoria’s Secret models and you vaguely remember watching ESPN’s “Dream Job” reality series, which lasted three seasons.


God Dropped Steve Johnson’s Pass

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UPDATE: Vote in the ASYLUM poll: Would You Want Steve Johnson On Your Team? Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson has been a very pleasant addition to two of my fantasy football rosters this season, but I guess it's worth pointing out that Bills fans are pretty excited to have an actual playmaker receiver on their roster for the first time since some guy named Andre Reed was strapping on his Hall of Fame shoes.


Superman Almost Looked Like an Energy Drink Can or a Figure Skater

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Hey remember Superman Lives, that movie Jon Peters and Kevin Smith Tim Burton were making back in the 90s.


Great Moments In Cinematic History With Duke Basketball

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As if this wasn't good enough, watch the guys from Duke reenact famous scenes from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, The Godfather (with Steve Wojciechowski), Titanic and Gladiator.


Season Cancelled: Duke Basketball

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While normally the highlights from Midnight Madness are simply dunk contests and cameos from former players, the guys at Duke (with help from the school's improv department) took it to a whole new level.

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