Johnny Jetski: Manziel Snags Deep Ball
Johnny Jetski: Manziel Snags Deep Ball
Johnny Jetski: Manziel Sn...

Johnny Jetski: Manziel Snags Deep Ball

Bama Fans Propose at Spring Game
Bama Fans Propose at Spring Game
Bama Fans Propose at Spri...

Bama Fans Propose at Spring Game

All That and a Bag of Mail: Men Peeing in the Shower Edition
All That and a Bag of Mail: Men Peeing in the Shower Edition
All That and a Bag of Mai...

All That and a Bag of Mail: Men Peeing in the Shower Edition

Kentucky Fan Gets Asked to Prom Via Jersey
Kentucky Fan Gets Asked to Prom Via Jersey
Kentucky Fan Gets Asked t...

Kentucky Fan Gets Asked to Prom Via Jersey

A GLOSSARY FOR THE NFL DRAFT
A GLOSSARY FOR THE NFL DRAFT
A GLOSSARY FOR THE NFL DR...

A GLOSSARY FOR THE NFL DRAFT

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Johnny Jetski: Manziel Snags Deep Ball

Written by: Clay Travis

Since the NFL made the ridiculous decision to push back the NFL Draft we're still a couple of weeks until the draft. This means there is even more time to talk about who the Houston Texans might take with the overall number one pick in the draft. And if there's one thing we all need, it's more draft talk. (Sports talk radio hosts across America are furious at the NFL for pushing back the draft so we can extend, yet again, the number of calls we receive where we talk about hypothetical draft picks. This is awful, boring radio). 

You know what isn't awful and boring?

Johnny Manziel. 

Nearly a month after his pro day and fresh off debuting a new lady friend at the Texas Rangers game, Manziel took to his jetski to catch a deep bomb.  

This is pretty impressive. 

Meet Johnny Jetski. 

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King Joffrey is finally dead. 

In a move that left 100% of "Game of Thrones," viewers thrilled, Joffrey choked to death at his own wedding after being poisoned by someone. I'll confess this -- I'll miss Joffrey. Not because I didn't hate his character, but precisely because he was so damn good at playing, what I think it's fair to say, is probably the most hated character in television history. I'll write more about this later, but there's a distinction between hating Joffrey and the hate that I felt for Dana on "Homeland." Dana's hate was motivated by the vapidity of her character combined with truly terrible acting and awful writing. When was the last time you heard a line from Dana and thought, "Damn, that was a great line?"   Has it ever happened?   It hasn't for me.    It happens all the time with Joffrey. Consider just these three lines from the final moments of his life on the show, "Bring me my goblet," "Kneel before your king," and, his final line, which it its bossy, arrogant, petulant delivery despite its quotidian nature is absolutely perfect for the final line of King Joffrey, "Hurry up, this pie is dry."   Then came his death, in which never have so many rooted for one man to choke to death. Across America I pictured all of you standing and cheering, like your favorite team just scored a last-second touchdown.    Yes!   At long last Joffrey was dead.    And that death, how perfect was the final gesture, a finger pointed at Tyrion? It wasn't just that Joffrey clearly believed Tyrion had poisoned him to death -- even if it's not true -- it was that in the final moments of his life Joffrey believed that the imp, the brother he'd ridiculed to no end, had finally bested him for all eternity.  

It's draft season, which means the Wonderlic numbers are starting to leak. And according to Albert Breer on Twitter, the top three quarterbacks scored the following on the Wonderlic: Johnny Manziel, 32, Blake Bortles, 28, and Teddy Bridgewater, 20. How does that compare to the past Wonderlic scores of starting NFL quarterbacks and Super Bowl winners?

Here you go. 

With the exception of Ben Roethlisberger, who scored a 25, every quarterback who has won a Super Bowl and is currently playing in the league right now scored a 28 or above. 

Anyway, food for thought as the prolonged wait for the NFL Draft continues.

Kliff Kingsbury Has Dance Off With Wide Receiver

Written by: Clay Travis

Kliff Kingsbury made news earlier this week for saying he'd flirt with a recruit's mom if it helped in recruiting. Now he's proving that he'll engage in a dance off if he has to win over his team. 

Courtesy of Aaron Dickens on Twitter, comes this fabulous short dance off between Kingsbury and Texas Tech wide receiver Derrek Edwards. 

Kingsbury told me last month that he wasn't pleased with his rap debut, but I think it's fair to say this is the best white coach dancing moves we've ever seen. 

Somewhere Mike Gundy and Butch Jones are quietly weeping. 

Sometimes the cliches are just too easy.

Did a drunk Alabama fan really drive his crimson truck into a Waffle House at 3:45 in the morning?

Yes, yes he did.  

The Alabama defenders among you are asking, "How do you know he's a Bama fan, gay Clay?" Well, he crashed a crimson truck into a Waffle House at 3:45. Which other fan base is pulling that off?

Also, he's sitting in the back of the police cruiser in his Bama hat.

Some of y'all are thinking, "Man, that sucks for the employees and people who were eating there." You're only partially right. If the Bama fan hadn't crashed into the Waffle House, he probably would have teabagged people inside. 

So either way patrons and employees were going to lose. 

It's also important to note that the Bama fan also had a passenger in the truck with him who fled the scene. 

Fingers crossed it was Lane Kiffin. 

 By Cippy Wallace

“Welcome, friends." Don’t know about the rest of you, but I’ve been waiting 365 days to hear Jimmy say “a tradition unlike any other” 192 times a day. The only way to appropriately celebrate (or drown your sorrows that Eldrick's got a backache) is with a drinking game. Drink up!

I'm going to be honest with y'all, I didn't plan on writing anything else today because I've already written 3,000 words on the WWE Network and I'm in the midst of binge-watching "House of Cards." (Last night I was up until three in the morning obsessing about this show.) But then AJ McCarron and Katherine Webb had to go and announce that they're filming a reality show focused on their engagement and their wedding and, of course, I had to give up my afternoon of watching Frank Underwood Nick Saban the nation's capitol so I could go ahead and map out the ten episode story arc of this show that will inevitably air on the SEC Network.  

Everyone likes to pretend that reality television is real, but the truth is it's all mapped out in advance. You find out what the cliched reality show storylines are and then you craft the episodes to fit them. There's a very simple reality show formula. 

So here's the ten episode storyline.  

By Josh Parcell

Spring games are a dying breed in college football. Major programs are slowly starting to do away with the annual tradition to split up the roster and welcome in the fans for an early look at the upcoming season.

There are a handful of reasons why this is happening. Last year Florida was forced to do away with its Orange & Blue game after injuries to the offensive line left them unable to even field a team.

Pittsburgh head coach Paul Chryst cancelled the Panthers’ spring game before they even took the field to practice back in late February in an effort to “maximize limited practice time.”

For several years now many people -- including me, back when I questioned ESPN's long range future back in 2011 -- have argued that the existing sports cable marketplace is in danger of an economic collapse. The reason? Technology's rapid advance which, in theory, made it unnecessary for content providers to ink major partnerships with cable sports networks. After all, the cable sports networks are effectively middlemen in the transaction, paying substantial guarantees to the sports leagues in exchange for more money on the back end through cable subscriber fees. 

Why, I wondered, can't a sports entity simply eliminate the middleman and, by taking advantage of existing technology, take its product directly to the consumer? Instead of allowing the ESPNs of the world and the cable and satellite companies to take a bite out of the profits, why not take all of that money yourself, charging less to consumers in the process? In theory it makes a ton of sense, but when would a sports league see if it made sense?

Well, World Wrestling Entertainment, the WWE, finally did just that, starting its own streaming network online that costs $9.99 a month with a six month commitment. For that price you receive all pay-per-view events and access to an archive of virtually every match the league has ever hosted. The WWE released its subscriber totals on Monday, a day after Wrestlemania 30, 667,287 subscribers had signed up. The WWE said it was on track for one million subscribers by the end of the year. Based on current subscribers, the WWE would make $80 million a year, at one million subscribers, the net turns to $120 million a year. But, while the WWE keeps 100% of the revenue for anyone who signs up online at its site, you have to take a 30% cut out of this number for any subscribers that sign up via Apple or Roku. So even with a direct "over the top" business model there are still middle men cutting into the profits.  

So let's assume that with one million subscribers at least $25 million would come off the top end number, that knocks us down to $95 million in yearly revenue.  

That's a good number, but it's a pittance when you compare it to existing sports television contracts. 

By Cippy Wallace

THAT GUY. Everyone knows THAT GUY. The guy at the party you can count on to creep out any girls you're trying to hit on, the guy who without fail gets entirely too drunk at the most inappropriate times, the name dropper, the cheap skate, the guy who takes a rivalry too far (lookin’ at you Harvey). As much as THAT GUY drives you insane, deep down there’s a special place in your heart for him. If you don’t know who THAT GUY is in your group of friends, I’m fairly confident in saying that it’s you. Don’t worry, I’m here to help you out. 

Kentucky fans took last night's loss well, reacting in a manner befitting their storied basketball program.

After all, this was just a game, right? They demonstrated the proper perspective, intelligence and discretion for which.... 

Oh, hell, who am I kidding? 

They attempted to burn down a house, set 17 couch fires, and attacked Rex Chapman on Twitter, blaming his Tweet about Cal leaving for the Los Angeles Lakers for the team's performance. (Even though no one on the team knew about the Tweet), Let's focus on the Tweets sent to Chapman.

I had the good fortune of being able to read the Tweets that Kentucky fans were sending in the immediate aftermath of the Wildcat loss to Connecticut.

All of these Tweets were sent within 45 minutes of the game ending and they are all 100% real.

Enjoy.  

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