Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery had to watch out for more than Northwestern's gameplan on Sunday. He had to watch out for a shoe.
That's right. A shoe.
Northwestern's Alex Marcotullio's shoe came off midway through the second half of the Iowa-Northwestern game yesterday, that's where Iowa's Aaron White comes into the picture. White, with a heads up move, tossed the shoe off the court and out of harms way.
On the court at least.
White haphazardly threw the shoe towards the Iowa bench where it nearly struck his coach right in the face and instead hit a spectator in the first row. Silver lining for White is that the fan was probably a Northwestern fan anyways.
So, if you are an Iowa bench player, or coach, be sure to look out for Aaron White and his shoe throwing techniques.
After the Monday Night game between the New England Patriots and Houston Texans, ESPN NFL analyst Steve Young went on the air to talk about how unpredictable an NFL regular season can be when this happened...
NBA? I'm glad Suzy Kolber caught it right off the bat, but Young was completely oblivious to the fact that he completely confused the NFL, the league of which he is a Hall of Fame member of, with the NBA.
Then later this happened...
Wait, what?! Did he just say the Houston Texans have "the biggest dick in the league"? I'll let Steve Young be the judge of that one.
Maybe you should go back to the hotel, Steve, and get some rest and clear your head.
Belgian midfielder Jonathan Legear decided to drown his sorrows on Saturday night after not being selected by his team, Terek Grozny.
Perhaps that wasn't the greatest idea.
Legear drove his Porsche into a store in Tongeren, Belgium. Legear apparently mistook the gas pedal as the brake.
The man at the end if the video was not seriously injured.
Legear stated, "Contrary to the judgment already made by some media, I was not in a state of deep intoxication and my blood alcohol level was only slightly above the legal limit."
Well, as long as it was slightly above the limit.
Esso, the owners of the gas station, reports that a gas pump has been destroyed and the store has received about €200,000 to €300,000 worth of damage. Legear's license has been suspended for two weeks, only a slap on the wrist considering the carnage he unleashed.
This isn't his first go around with driving into buildings. In 2009, he drove his BMW X5 into a house and was ordered to complete 50 hours of community service.
After scoring a four yard touchdown run against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Tom Brady had a message to Bills fans.
I guess Buffalo has a problem with keeping their pants up.
On Sunday's game against Rapid Vienna, Red Bull Salzburg's Jonathan Soriano was awarded a penalty kick in the 79th minute with his team trailing 2-0, when this happened.
Word of advice to Mr. Soriano, the goal isn't that far away from you.
Looks like the ball had a little too much Red Bull. I'm sorry for the awful pun.