You've surely seen your fair share of people running onto the field at sporting events.

The script usually goes something like this: A fan appears on the field, does one or two stupid gestures and is promptly tackled by security.

With that in mind, wait until you get a load of what one man pulled off at the Valero Alamo Bowl over the weekend.

During a break in the action, this guy hopped onto the field at one end zone and sprinted all the way across the gridiron. He even had enough time to stop and pull off a Heisman pose on the field.

The man proceeded to climb into the stands after his 120-yard run. He received lots of high fives from fans as he sauntered up the stands with no security in sight.

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While this fan did have his moment in the sun, apparently things didn't end well for him.


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Derek Rabelo, a teen who has been surfing for just a few years, recently ventured to Hawaii to ride one of the most dangerous waves in the entire world. And did we mention he's blind?

The 19-year-old, who hails from the Brazilian coastal town of Guarapari, made waves recently when a short film of him surfing in Hawaii went viral. His story is straight from Hollywood: Blinded by glaucoma since birth, Derek goes on to tackle physical challenges that few with perfect vision even consider.

"I swim, surf, skate, ride a bicycle," Derek says in a feature produced by Storyhunter. "With God, anything is possible."

Despite his relative inexperience on the board, Derek has developed a knack for riding the waves. He says he can tell the size and shape of the wave by the sound of the water. Derek also has the sport in his blood, as his father was a professional surfer.

Earlier this year Derek took on the ultimate surfing challenge: Hawaii's Banzai Pipeline. Cameras crews followed him to the Hawaiian Islands and captured his time in the water.

Check it out:

For more footage of Derek, see here.

(H/T to Bro Bible)

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There's no shortage of pressure for these Los Angeles Lakers. Tabbed as a Finals favorite before the season even began, the squad had sky-high hopes entering the 2012-13 campaign.

And even though these guys are professionals, even they could use some help dealing with the lofty expectations. So Metta World Peace went to see the best that money offers -- a team of kid therapists.

The entertainment channel NOC has produced a series of hilarious videos of World Peace getting advice from a group of youngsters, and the first video was released this week.

In the clip, World Peace seeks tips on how to deal with pressure. It is adorably hilarious.

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One of the girls asked the Lakers forward what his hobbies are, and the first thing he said was that he likes to find earthworms. Excuse us? That's kind of bizarre, although at this point nothing should surprise us about World Peace.

(H/T to BuzzFeed)

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You may remember Michelle Jenneke, the Australian hurdler whose pre-race routine went viral this summer for reasons that are quite apparent.

Well, she's back. And once again, YouTube is excited to see her.

Jenneke filmed a parody video with some of the guys from the website theCHIVE.com, and since they posted the video one week ago, it has more than seven million views.

Basically, the video shows one of the guys living out every man's fantasy: playing video games, eating pancakes and watching Up. All with Jenneke by his side.

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It doesn't get much cuter than this.

A recently released video of an adorable girl rapping about the San Francisco 49ers has exploded on YouTube, and you can see why.

Sarah Redden, perhaps the best 5-year-old rapper you've never heard of, lays down a solid track in her latest video. With her arms covered in Colin Kaepernick-esque tattoos, Redden raps about the hottest team in the NFL:

"Out here, by the Bay. / Ballin' hard, everyday. / Out here, 'bout to throw. / Everybody 'bout to know."

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The song has become so popular in the Bay Area that even Kaepernick himself took note:

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Joe Johnson's buzzer-beater in double overtime for the Nets against Detroit required a call as exciting as the shot itself.

And sure enough, Nets' play-by-play man Ian Eagle delivered.

With Jerry Seinfeld sitting courtside for Johnson's game-winner, Eagle crafted a famous Seinfeld line into his call:

"That was real, and that was spectacular!"

The quote comes from this episode of Seinfeld, where it is used for a very different purpose.

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With Festivus right around the corner, let's hope for one or two more Seinfeld references at sporting games in the days to come.

(H/T to Awful Announcing)

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One year ago Oklahoma guard James Fraschilla produced a trick shot video that garnered nearly 60,000 views on YouTube, and now the walk-on is back with another, even more impressive compilation.

Fraschilla, who is the son of ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla, takes his talents inside and outside of the gym for this video. He mixes in a dazzling array of underhand, behind-the-back and over-the-shoulder shots.

The sophomore even recruits a couple Oklahoma football players, quarterback Landry Jones and kicker Eric Hosek, to help him out.

If that's not a good enough reason to check out this compilation, than how about this: Fraschilla is using the video as a way to raise awareness for the charity Hayden's Hope, which helps children needing life-saving organ transplants.

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(H/T to Bro Bible)

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He can throw, he can run and he can sing.

Is there anything Johnny Manziel can't do?

Fresh off accepting the Heisman Trophy in New York last weekend, the redshirt freshman took the stage at the KILT Ten Man Jam in Houston and sung along with country music singer Kevin Fowler.

Manziel joined in on Fowler's hit song, "Beer, Bait and Ammo."

In between turns at the microphone, Manziel signed autographs for fans and even put his John Hancock on Fowler's guitar.

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(H/T to Busted Coverage)

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It's a tradition unlike any other.

Every year, NBA organizations embarrass their players with hilarious(ly bad) renditions of holiday classics. Like death and taxes, these quirky acts are inevitable.

The list of teams releasing their own holiday singles over the past few years includes: the Denver Nuggets, the Atlanta Hawks, the Chicago Bulls, the New Orleans Hornets, the Detroit Pistons and the Memphis Grizzlies.

The first two renditions of this holiday season are out, and they are spectacular. The first is from the Houston Rockets, and it's the Hanukkah song "Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel."

Give some credit to the Rockets for trying something new here, even if most of the players look like they've never heard the song before.

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The Dallas Mavericks also released a video, this one to the tune of "Sleigh Ride." These guys get into it a little more than the Rockets, and even coach Rick Carlisle joins in.

Of all the players in these two videos, Mavericks center Chris Kaman probably deserves the MVP award. He is trying really, really hard.

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The rivalry between Louisville Male High School and duPont Manual High School goes back more than one century, making it one of the oldest in the state of Kentucky. And the mutual hatred between the schools is so high that during a recent basketball game, even the mascots got into a tussle.

As you'll see in the video below, the Male Bulldog begins the confrontation by charging at the Manuel Ram. The Ram proceeds to dropkick his counterpart, and then things really get ugly.

With the students going wild, the Bulldog and the Ram hit the deck, rolling around and trading punches. After about 20 seconds the fight is finally broken up.

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Male won the game, beating Manuel, 63-45. However the agression continued afterwards, as the schools' students reportedly broke out into fights.

(H/T to Sports Grid)

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