1. Super Bowls, Super Budgets
In about three minutes, you’ll know as much about every single Super Bowl ticket as those four old guys on TV that have been to every game. Ever wonder why you don’t like those guys? It’s probably (as you’ll discover) because the average household income of attendees is $222,318.
2. Did Paul see this coming?
If you weren’t sure just how crazy Europe is about soccer, and you thought Paul the soccer psychic octopus was just a World Cup fad, you now have confirmation that it was much more than that. The match-predicting mollusk has been honored permanently with a statue. Seriously.
3. Top 10 memorable sports speeches
It’s an absolute crime that Valvano and Gehrig don’t rank higher on this list. Actually, it’s a crime that Al Pacino, playing a fictional coach in a glorified soap opera of a movie, ranks higher than both Valvano and Gehrig.
4. A real Knokk-out
Say you have a problem. You like billiards. You like bowling. But you just hate picking between the two when you want to raise cain with the boys after a night of dancing the Charleston. Well sir, your dilemma is solved. Now you’ll have more time to uncover the other great mysteries of the universe. After a game or two, of course.
5. Girlfriends as sports analysts?
The Onion Sportsdome has been sort of polarizing since its launch, but if you’ve ever had a girlfriend that isn’t into sports, this segment pretty much pegs the experience, only amped up as if she were hired as an analyst for a sports network.
'Trick Shot Titus' Strikes Again