Just when we finally started getting it out of our heads, the YouTube parodies of Gotye's "Somebody I Used To Know," a.k.a. the breakup song du jour, emerged with a vengence that could rival your most horrific ex.

For instance, there's an homage to feathered friends in "Some Poultry That I Used to Know."

And then this incredibly awesome version with The Muppets, which, as a warning, contains Muppet nudity.

But if you're a football lover looking for your own Gotye parody, you have come to the right place. HUMORdy, an Austin, Texas-based comedy group, produced their own video that will surely speak to the hearts of Peyton Manning and Tim Tebow fans. Get out your box of tissues as an Indianapolis Colts fan croons to a Denver Broncos fan about the departures of their beloved quarterbacks.

We give co-writers and directors David Ward and Kody Gibson props for the well-crafted lyrics and actors Russell Groves and Lizabeth Waters a nod for their vocal chops.

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A fight broke out in a rugby match between clubs New South Whales and Queensland, or as diehards of the sport call it, "a normal Wednesday."

Not that this sort of thing doesn't happen in American sports. It's frowned upon, but it still happens. The difference is the fact that it's Australia and it's rugby, and combined, it perhaps creates maybe the toughest sport on the planet. Does this fracas look like one you'd want to be a part of? If so, bravo, you are braver than the rest of us.

The best part about the whole sequence is that Michael Jennings comes running out of nowhere and lands a Superman punch, and then his teammate is incredulous with the dismissal. The fact that you could even make any argument in the defense of a player who just punched another man square in the back of the head says a lot about the level of abuse that is acceptable in such a physically brutal sport.

It is also tremendous that the name of the penalty box is the "sin bin." Every sport needs a sin bin. Metta World Peace throws an elbow, and we can already hear Marv Albert's giddy anticipation when the referee sends him to the box. "Yesssssss! Peace to the sin bin!" Cole Hamels plunks Matt Kemp, and you'd get to hear Vin Scully's dulcet tones announce a trip to the sin bin. The possibilities are endless.

Anyway...what a fight, huh? And since you're probably wondering, Queensland won 18-10 in the state-of-origin match.

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Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley traveled out to the 137th Preakness Stakes this weekend, toured the facilities and even got to be a part of the trophy participation. Trouble is, O'Malley must have eaten a few too many crab cakes before giving this speech to the owner of winner and now Triple Crown contender "I'll Have Another." Because the claim below is a stretch, to say the least.

Never mind that the majority of the world had just watched Chelsea win the Champions League championship, which is the Super Bowl of club soccer. Oh, and it's called the Super Bowl of club soccer because that's how big the Super Bowl is, so maybe the Vince Lombardi Trophy would be a more coveted trophy than the uber-compelling Woodlawn Vase. And while the NBA's Larry O'Brien trophy and MLB's Commissioner's Trophy are handed out to the winners of more popular sports, there really is no comparison to the Stanley Cup. It's the Stanley Cup, the coolest trophy on the planet. And cool things are coveted, way more coveted, in fact, than vases.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich reportedly has spent in the ballpark of $2 billion over nearly a decade in an effort to win the Champions League. Anyone ever spent that much trying to get the Woodlawn Vase?

And we haven't even gotten to the FIFA World Cup trophy, which millions of people around the world adore. A trophy rewarded at the end of a tournament in which teams' and players' failures have sometimes wound up destroying lives. And hey, how about an Olympic gold medal? Michael Phelps has only spent most of his life underwater to win as many as possible.

Anyway, you get the point. We understand getting swept up in the moment and wanting to make it bigger than it is -- and no question, it's a tremendous achievement -- but the most coveted in all sports? It's not even the most popular vase in America, ranking far behind whatever Bed, Bath and Beyond's bestseller was this year.

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Those clever advertisers. The best ones make you love a viral video you don't even want to, simply based on principle.

But it was a genius move the day that Pepsi decided to suit up the Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving as "Uncle Drew" and take him down to a city basketball court. Whether it was staged or not, and whether the players were all actors doesn't really seem to matter to viewers. A staggering 2 million people have watched the video on YouTube in the last four days.

The clever take has to fall into the NBA commercial hall of fame, alongside the old from the 90's, Bird vs. Jordan for McDonald's and the LeBron and Kobe puppets for Nike, right? Even though it's not technically a commercial by traditional standards, it still has to be considered.

Say those hoopsters really had no idea the old uncle was really a star to begin the night. How long do you think it took them to realize there was really an impressive baller underneath the slick disguise?

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Chances are you've seen the dueling van dances set to Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."

First it was the Harvard baseball team that flashed its moves.

Then the SMU women's rowing team countered with a different interpretation.

Now here they are, side by side, thanks to the creativity of a man named Mark O'Neill.

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Imagine you're preparing for your bachelor party and your buddy suggests bungee jumping. Now, maybe you're a risk taker and maybe you're not. Regardless, there's going to be plenty of adrenaline flowing when it finally happens. And then your buddy adds a twist, "We're going to blindfold you." Oh, OK.

As you teeter over the edge, prepared to plummet, you wonder what you've gotten yourself into. But it's now or never, and you're going for it. You jump, and instantly find yourself underwater.

Those jerks.

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Anything you can do, I can do better.

Granted, we don't know that to be the SMU women's rowing team's actual motto, but it sure seems that way.

Harvard's baseball team, clearly bored in a team van, ended up covering Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" tune. The Ivy League hardball players' video quickly went viral, seen more than 5,752,000 times as of Tuesday morning.

While the Crimson ballplayers used their hands, the ladies from SMU decided to try and one up the boys with their legs.

And so you can judge for yourself, here was the Harvard rendition:

H/T: USA Today

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A triple play is one of the most rare plays in baseball. An unassisted triple play is another matter entirely, as just 15 have ever been recorded in MLB history, the last by Philadelphia Phillies second baseman Eric Bruntlett in 2009. And that's why the little man below is in such good company.

Ross, the shortstop in the middle of this madness, has already made SportsCenter's Top 10 plays today, so we might as well give him his due on the Internet. He's earned it.

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There are no shortage of Frisbee catches on the Internet. What originally caught speed as a way to kill time between classes in college has turned into multiple styles of sports with fledgling leagues and growing followings. And we're certainly no strangers to impressive Frisbee skills videos at ThePostGame.

So, you may ask yourself, why watch another? What could it possibly offer that other videos haven't? The answer? A little in-game drama, and that pivotal moment that comes with any awesome Frisbee catch video when you know the receiver might get there, but it's going to be close. It all depends on how long that disc stays aloft.

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The Harvard Crimson baseball team was on the road recently, you know, listening to some Carly Rae Jepsen like a normal group of masculine college dudes.

Things were getting dull, as they tend to do on game road trips. Of course, the guys could play a game of "I spy," or bust out a Chinese fire drill. But who are we kidding? That's for amateurs, not for the Ivy League. Watch and learn how Harvard gentlemen pass the time:

Those perfectly stoic faces combined with moves that must have taken hours of practice make you wonder if any of the players submitted music videos as part of their Harvard applications. But seriously, we applaud Marcus Way, Jon Smart and company for their well-executed road trip entertainment. On any season road trip, it was probably the perfect shot in the arm -- or at the very least, a tempting pitch to the Harvard ladies.

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