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These game stats have to be seen to be believed.
Lions, Spartans, and Ducks, oh shoot.
Apparently fed up that they could only crush 100,000+ Volunteers fans inside Neyland Stadium, the University of Tennessee has decided to play a football game against Virginia Tech inside the cavernous Bristol Motor Speedway in 2016.
I can tell you one thing; I know what I like when I see it.
This video has kinda been everywhere already, but I always like to close out the day with someone getting hit in the face whenever possible.
I watched plenty of football on Saturday and Sunday, but this right here was the highlight of my sports-viewing weekend.
So, this isn't particularly sports-related, but tomorrow is the one-year anniversary of the horrific massacre at the Virginia Tech campus, and Miami (Ohio) University is going to give it the solemn respect it deserves: they're asking men on campus to paint their fingernails red.
Kansas opened up its playbook on offense and took advantage of three costly Virginia Tech turnovers to defeat the favored Hokies 24-21 in the Orange Bowl.
Boston College narrowly avoided this season's curse of being the #2 team in the country, eking out a 14-10 victory over Virginia Tech last night by scoring two touchdowns in the final 2:11 of the game.
Being a site devoted not only to the majestic clash of titans in sport, but also to sweet, sweet poon, I thought I'd respond to the demands of several readers with a follow-up to my focus on SEC Poon.
The great thing about the ceremony honoring the victims of the Virginia Tech shooting before the game on Saturday is that it was treated with such solemn -- HAHAHA fart sounds.
Spring's around the corner, which means it's just about time for me to start caring about college basketball in time for the conference tournaments.