1. Refusing To Forget
Animosity that's been brewing since a dirty hit in the 1963 Canadian Football League Grey Cup game finally bubbled to the surface 48 years later when two 73-year-old former players, Joe Kapp and Angelo Mosca, fought on stage at the recent CFL alumni luncheon. Apparently, neither Kapp nor Mosca believe in the saying, "let bygones be bygones."
2. Pete's Perfect Foresight
After hearing about Peyton Manning's mysterious neck injury this past summer, a man from California named Pete bet $10 on 1,000-1 odds that the Colts would go winless this season. They say hindsight is 20/20, but in this case it was Pete's foresight that could help him win $10,000.
3. Bryan's Sweet Shot
Bob Bryan hit a stunningly precise, though-the-legs return last week during the ATP World Tour Finals. As the announcer so eloquently puts it, "This is the shot of the tournament."
4. Caught Flopping
Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita had a Superman-esque moment on Sunday, when he sent Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Jerome Simpson flying through the air with what seemed to be just a light push. So either Fujita has superhuman strength, or Simpson just got caught flopping.
5. NMA On The End Of The NBA Lockout
The NBA lockout is finally over, and yes, Next Media Animation has made a video cartoonishly explaining the events that led us to this point. Did you really think I could make it through this entire High Five without mentioning that the lockout is finally over?
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